DOCKDA currently partners with 14 women-led Community Based Organisations (CBOs) in the Northern Cape.
Iteke Odirele Seshaba
Iteke Odirele Seshaba is an organisation that serves roughly 700 beneficiaries in the community of Batlharos.
They provide programmes for orphans and vulnerable children, a youth programme on pregnancy, HIV, and sexual education, and a gender based violence programme including a support group.
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Tirisanommogo HBC is a home based care organisation in the small community of Ga-Shubane, which has a population of approximately 400.
They provide treatment care to elders and help transport them to and from the hospital when necessary. They serve approximately 55 patients.
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Bakaulengwe HB is a home based care organisation in the village of Ga-lotolo, a community of approximately 100 households, with a reported 12 people per household.
They serve approximately 400 community members by providing treatment and care and offer referrals for orphans and vulnerable children to other service providers.
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Lefelo La Kutlwelo Bothloko
Lefelo La Kutlwelo Bothloko is an organisation in Kuruman that provides aftercare and educational support for children from various schools in the area.
In the past years, they have provided +400 students from different schools with programmes for spiritual, social, skills, sports, art, and cultural development, and mitigating the impact of HIV/AIDS.
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Gomotsang HBC is a home based care organisation in Lokaleng, a village of approximately 600.
Their focus is on home based care, orphans and vulnerable children, food gardens, alcohol abuse, and helping seniors with social grants. They serve about 230 beneficiaries.
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Maruping Health Care Group
Maruping Health Care Group is a community based organisation in Maruping that serves 5 surrounding villages.
They provide health education and home based care services as well as an orphan and vulnerable children programme, a youth programme on pregnancy, HIV, and sexual education, as well as a gender based violence programme that includes a support group.
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Aganang HBC is a home based care organisation in Wrenchville that provides home based care services for sick people and support for their vulnerable family members as well as homework help to children and assistance with acquiring legal documents.
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Wrenchville Community Development Organisation
Wrenchville Community Development Organisation is a community based organisation in Wrenchville that works mainly with youth.
They address drug related issues and strive for youth upliftment. They also offer referrals to social services and educational outreach to young children.
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Madidibabe HBC is a home based care organisation in Bendel that serves 5 villages.
They provide home based care and offer support for transport services. They have programmes to support patients with TB, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS. They also support the elderly and orphans and vulnerable children in addition to running a savings group.
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Ikageng HBC is a home based care organisation in Bothitong, a village of approximately 3000.
They provide home based care services for sick people and support for their families as well as monthly food parcels. They also refer survivors of abuse and rape and run a support group and workshops for people living with AIDS. They also help people apply for legal documents and grants.
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Bosele HBC is a home based care organisation in Churchill, a village of approximately 600 people.
They provide home based care services and HIV support to approximately 440 people in Churchill and 2 other villages. They also have a door-to-door HIV awareness campaign.
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Youth United HBC
Youth United HBC is a home based care organisation in Ditshipeng.
They support elderly patients and those with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes and HIV/AIDS. They also operate a food garden and a savings group.
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Tswelopele HBC is a home based care organisation in Gamakgatle, a village with an estimated population of 300.
They support youth, orphans and vulnerable children, and disabled people and also operate a food garden.
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Tlhokomelang HBC is a home based care organisation in the village of Radiatsongwa.
They provide home based care services, support orphans and vulnerable children, run a food garden, as well as assist people in acquiring legal documents like birth certificates and IDs.