Jabulani Khakhi Boys Home
A charity children’s home dedicated to positively impacting the lives of street kids. Founded and run by Stefanie Burnett, Jabulani Khakibos is a home established for boys, previously abused, abandoned or orphaned and living on the streets. Many children have had to escape exploitative home environments, but then they face another set of challenges once on the streets. In addition to the lack of basic necessities, they are vulnerable to alcohol, substance abuse, crime, and sexual and physical violence. Jabulani provides a loving, safe place and a caring environment in which children can flourish. Ongoing financial support as well as community involvement is needed to help grow these boys into grounded and balanced men.
People helped by the project
A charity children’s home dedicated to positively impacting the lives of street kids .
“We rejoice, sing, dance and celebrate because the children who were
regarded as disposable, unwanted, “onkruid” (rubbish), inferior,”malundi” or a nuisance to society (like Khakibos), have now become a sweet smelling perfume – sought after, a pleasure to be with prized, valuable, welcome citizens of our Rainbow Nation”
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