Discharged clients increase at Hope House

by Sr Elsa Joseph


The Story of Mr. Alfred Tfwala

Mr. Tfwala who was admitted at Hope was assisted by the social worker, who went around looking for his home until he was finally taken home, but the family did not accept him, stating that he is a witch, he has killed many people and they don’t want him in their home etc. Finally the social Hezekiel Ngwenya successfully managed to solve the problem and found a home for Mr. Tfwala. Read more

“Keep the promise – Know your status”

by Nercha Executive director

On Friday 30 November 2018, Hope House commemorated the 2018 World AIDS day under the theme “live positively – Know your status”. The speeches reminded us where we are coming from and how much has been achieved. We remembered the suffering, the tears, the struggle to keep our hope alive, the funerals we attended. We pray daily to God, asking Him to keep us strong but also to help us stop so much suffering. God listened to our prayers. Though there is still no cure for Aids, it is no longer a death sentence. Read more

Hope house, a hope for many!

by Sr. Elsa

Hope House clients continue to experience the generosity of so many generous people who contribute so generously. All our units are full and we have a burn case which was very severe and is improving very fast under the efficient wound care and pain management of our nursing staff. We have a volunteer as well as a part time physiotherapist, who is excellent and the clients are benefiting a lot, many clients were able to walk back home, particularly the clients with stroke, especially associated with HIV/AIDS. A balanced diet with the vegetables from our garden as well as the generosity of so many people contribute a speedy recovery to our clients. Bible society donated Bibles and food items to all the clients and staff; it was sponsored by a Canadian Couple Dave& ABBY Dever from a society call Bible for the poor society. They prayed with the clients, minders and staff. Read more

Other great moments in life

By Sr Elsa

At Hope house a young lady by the name of Sithembile was admitted on the 17th April, 2018 with cancer on the one eye. The right eye was removed before her coming to Hope House. She is completely blind and most areas of the face are destroyed by the Cancer. To relieve the pain, she has been on Morphine since 2013.

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