BRIEFLY ABOUT US
Ndlovu Care Group was founded in 1994 as a medical facility. Ndlovu Care Group is registered as Ndlovu Medical Trust which was established in 1999. Ndlovu Medical Trust is a registered NGO (registered in 2002) and Public Benefit Organisation.100003061797110
Ndlovu Care Group's Vision
Our vision is to provide opportunities and hope with innovative Healthcare, Childcare and Community Development developed by means of comprehensive Research.
Ndlovu Care Group's Mission
The mission of Ndlovu Care Group is to advance the rural communities with
through a uniquely researched and evidence based developed model that is aligned with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and the National Strategic Plan for South Africa (NSP).
Ndlovu Care Group has its head offices in Groblersdal and is operational in two sites: the first is 30km from Groblersdal in Elandsdoorn in the Moutse Valley, serving a community of 100 000 people. All, but the professional staff, are recruited from the communities and receive in-service training
Ndlovu Health Care Programs
Health Care Programs are designed towards prevention rather than treatment of compromised conditions, and normalising the lives of the afflicted (READ MORE)
Ndlovu Child Care Programs
The Ndlovu Child Care Programs focus on a range of services aimed at addressing the prevention, intervention and maintenance steps to promote normalised development.(READ MORE)
Ndlovu Community Development Programs
Ndlovu Community Development Programs are aligned with the Maslov Hierarchy of Needs. Care and development is escalated one step at a time. (READ MORE)
Ndlovu Research Programs
The Ndlovu Research Consortium is the backbone of various disciplines involved are epidemiology, infectious diseases, social sciences, virology and immunology. (READ MORE)
News about our new Research Building
DID YOU KNOW Ndlovu Care Group strives to limit the emission of Greenhouse Gases by making use of Renewable Energy. It is for this reason that we have installed the rooftop solar electricty generation system as part of the new Research building. The system comprise 126 x 320W PV modules to provide a maximum of 33kW as a grid-tie generation system.
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