Working closely with the community and using a holistic approach Woza Moya offers services in the areas of Home-based Care, Child and Youth Care, Food Security, Paralegal services, Youth and Media; and WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene).  Based at the Woza Moya Community Centre the staff are a close-knit team of passionate and dedicated members of the community. Together with the team of 35 community care workers, many support groups and other outreach programmes, their work is invaluable in providing quality care and support for people throughout the Ufafa Valley infected and affected by HIV and AIDS and poverty, with a particular focus on orphaned children and their caregivers.  The project has become firmly established and widely respected, not only in our own community, but also further afield, amongst the network of NGOs in KwaZulu-Natal and South Africa as a whole.

Effective community development activates scaled social reflexivity, sufficient to create a tipping-point towards locally perpetuated ownership of improved outcomes.  Woza Moya’s ultimate success, therefore, would be indicated by a transformed Ofafa Valley, driven by local volition, resilience and agency; where every member is healthy, well nourished, feels safe, and experiences an annual progression towards an improved future.