KTD196 started unofficially in 2003 after a focus group with 180 Home Based Care volunteers who were very stressed about the problems facing the orphaned and vulnerable children of their villages. Read More
KTD196 has 2 programs aimed at Children and Adults with a series of different projects under each program
The training we provide is primarily focused around supporting children.
Ongoing Support is provided in many different ways,here are some examples
Advocacy and Prevention
Advocacy and Awareness Raising Activities regarding children
Voice Of The Child
This is were the kids get to share their journeys around supporting children.
For those of you who want to understand our Impact in depth
Children’s Rights are taught in the context of Children’s Responsibilities
There are lots of opportunities for you to get involved with KTD 196
Thank you so much for being a part of our success story! Thank you so much for assisting our children to have a...
My name is Nyiko and I am 10 years old. I started scouts in 2018 I am from Sedan village. Before I joined scouts I...
Good morning, I trust you are well? Thank you for your ongoing support of KTD196, I know I say this every week but...
Thank you so much for all you are doing for the children and their mothers in Limpopo! Your donations are bringing...
By Louise and the KTD196 Dream Team - Jack of all trades, master of none! Avuxeni, minjani, umfekile minje! (Hello,...
One of the many reasons I love my job is because of the people I meet! The work we do has such a profound impact on...
I am so excited! It is wonderful to see the way in which the Self Help Groups (SHGs) are growing and being...
Thank you so much for your support each and every day. We are only as productive as the people who are involved...
It was my great privilege and pleasure to attend the Keep The Dream196 award ceremony held on the 4th of September 2021.
It was just incredible to see the difference that KTD196 is making in the lives of children across Limpopo. Where the teenage pregnancy rate is low to almost invisible within the program, the kids who attend scouts don’t join gangs, that really stood out for me. And the absolute lack of a welfare mentality which is imbibed into these children by adults who are walking tall and think that living off welfare, off others is an achievement.
What struck me is the ethos of a “Can Do” mentality to problem-solving, of not sitting back and playing victim but doing what you have to do, digging deep if you have to, and aspiring to values that make for a community that works. So as an example, when the sound system didn’t work there was a plan A, then a plan B, and finally a plan C. There was not a shred of self-pity amongst anybody.
As a donor, I want every cent to make a difference and to have confidence in the KTD196 leadership that they will carry through the change I want to see. I was so impressed with the depth of leadership. It gave me more confidence than ever before. The KTD196 leadership of today is growing solid leaders for tomorrow as well, in ways that I could hardly believe could ever become a reality in Limpopo. Kudos to them all!
I would encourage anyone to support this program, monthly donations are a great option no matter what amount because the organization is truly making the difference they say they are. I have seen it with my own eyes and I am so excited about the future.