Many schools in the Eastern Cape are under-sourced and understaffed, which is detrimental to the skills development and education of our children. In the Hobeni community we established that pupils have a dire need of extra tutoring and supervised homework. In August 2017 we started a co-operation with Hobeni Junior Secondary School and with Nkintshane [...]
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We won 2nd prize in Eastern Cape competition "Female Farmer of the Year 2015" Our group of female farmers was formed in 2013, when we five women thought about how to fight poverty in our homes. In our community there are hardly any jobs, we all are poor and many drop out from school because [...]
Organic Farm Since 2005 the team at Ikhaya Loxolo trained Hobeni community members in sustainable agriculture (crops and life-stock) and together created a 3ha organic farm, which feeds 50 people on a daily basis with three meals of high nutritional value. Through word of mouth we are now at a point where [...]
Ikhaya Loxolo is a residential home and organic farm for children and youth with special needs in rural Eastern Cape. All people involved in Ikhaya Loxolo – with and without special needs – live, learn and work together to create and maintain a home and to live sustainably off the land. Ikhaya Loxolo was [...]