by Sr. Elsa Joseph
Hope House continues to provide Palliative Nursing care to our clients, as Swaziland celebrated World Health Day on the 7th April. The Global theme for the 2018 World Health Day is “Universal Health Coverage: everyone, everywhere” The wealth of nation is health. Millions of people die every year due to communicable and non-communicable diseases, and preventable diseases like AIDS, TB and Malaria. Read more
by Sr. Elsa Joseph
Hope House is a faith Based charity centre which, continuous to render a quality care to the people of the kingdom of Swaziland and many clients were able to walk back home with the efficient care & support provided by the centre. It was officially opened in 2001.
HIV AIDS clients & all terminally ill people, regardless of their religious affiliation, or age are able to utilise the services of Hope House. Accommodation is provided in individual furnished units. Read more
By Sr. Elsa Joseph
Year 2018 had its own ups and downs in our mission. We had many kids admitted at the centre even from the same family three kids and the parents. Two kids were born with HIV and the other was infected later. Since the mother had another baby we had to hire someone take care of the other sick babies at the centre. As the days went by the hired minder began to ill-treat the babies and we had look for the mother to care for the kids. Now they have made a very good progress and responding well to the medication.
by Bp José Luis IMC
Bishop José Luis was invited to be the “guest speaker” at the Aids Day in Hope House. This was his speech
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“Having received the invitation of Sr Elsa Joseph to be the “guest speaker” at today’s Aid’s day at Hope House I started wondering which biblical text could be a good image of Hope House.
True that today, Hope House goes beyond the reality of HIV/Aids but one can never disconnect it fully nor can we forget how it all started. Read more