Kwa.Mama’s Story

Kwa.mama care centre began as an empty room in which to wash children once a month back in 2009, five years later, Kwa.mama care centre runs a free pre-school with more than 200 registered little ones, a soup kitchen that feeds besides their own children, approximately 50 old and ill people and in October 2013, Kwa.mama care centre started an international volunteer program.

In 2018 political turmoil caused us to close down the original preschool and move our organisation to a deep rural setting  at Manaba Thokazi area in northern KZN of South Africa where we now support several independent exsisting structures. So far 6 preschools are inviting our attention and each establishment has approximately 20 little students.

Preschools in this area are a new sight and more are being started up as the local community bands together.  The children are between the age of two to six. They learn how to play, share and be together.

Considering the fact that speaking and understanding English will highly improve the chances of these babies future’s, Kwa.mama would love to invite English speaking volunteers from all over the world!

The youth program is focused on conservation. It has become of utmost importance to expose the youth to a hidden part of their rightful heritage conserning the gift of wildlife that they are not aware of!  We are of the oppinion that once they start to phisically see the animals their hearts will start to beat to the rythym of creating a safe environment for humans and wildlife side by side.

Our new location is close to two primary scools and one over crowded high school..all eager to participate.

Our new deep rural location is surrounded by national parks and conservancies.