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Ubuntu House

Ubuntu House

We are part of the uMephi project of the AFM Executive Welfare Council and are a place of safety / halfway home for newborn babies, given up by their mothers, mostly saved from abortions and rejection due to HIV or abandoned and sometimes just thrown away.
Since the opening of the house in September 2003, we already cared for 434 babies and placed 422 with adopted parents and some reunited with their birth mothers. Our aim is to have these babies adopted before the age of three months but sometimes for various reasons they stay for longer periods. We rely a lot on Organizations like Yours and Business People to help us in our financial needs to look after these little babies and to find suitable homes and parents for them.