The first Ndlovu Nutritional Unit (NNU) was established in 1996 and three more strategically placed NNU’s soon followed, with a fifth recently at the Ndlovu Bloempoort Mini Campus. 1 out 4 children grow up stunted due to malnourishment.
The Ndlovu Disability Rehabilitation Centre (Joris House) opened its doors during the first quarter of 2017. The principle is to bring care not only to the children in the centre, but to the care givers and community. It de-stigmatises the community around cultural and common prejudices related to disability.
Ndlovu Care Group’s view is that sports is a natural stepping stone for the individual and especially vulnerable children in the Maslow Hierarchy of needs towards a sense of belonging self-exploration and achievement.
The ITREMA project is a collaboration between investigators from the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU), Utrecht University, Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, the University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa) and Ndlovu Care Group (NCG, Limpopo, South Africa).
Ndlovu Wits Audiology (NWA) provides comprehensive ear-and hearing care services. This is done through the prevention programmes (community education programmes), early identification and management of ear and hearing problems (new-born hearing screening, school screening, community screening and diagnostic assessments) and maintaining active research (evidence-based model).
Ndlovu Youth Choir
The uniqueness of the choir is the background of its singers. Former disadvantaged children show world class ability.