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"For the millions of children across Africa who have been orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS, the promise of the future lies in the compassionate response of families and community members taking action on their behalf.

Investing in community-based organizations that strengthen the capacity of families to support children in need is one of the most effective ways a donor can make a real difference.  We must never forget the importance of family and community in the life of a child."
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu
The Mophato oa Mants'ase Society was established in 1979 for the relief of destitute children and was named for the Principal Chief of Taung who gave land for the Society's projects.  

The Society’s aims are to foster the well being of vulnerable children through their own families wherever possible, and where this is not possible to provide residential care for as long as it may be needed.

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