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Heavena is a temporary refuge for homeless and abused women and children through the Community Concern Society. Women can live here for 6-8 months while they build themselves physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. While living at Heavena, women can take part in vocational training such as sewing, cookery and computer literacy. Children study at Morning Star School (MSS) and other government schools while staying at Heavena. When the residents leave Heavena, they are ready to step into the future with a strong mind, body and soul.

The HIV Drop In Centre is located next to the IDH Government hospital and provides support for HIV positive people who use the hospital. Often these people need advice with health, social and physical issues, and often they find themselves in dire situations. Many of the people who run the centre are HIV positive and all of them are trained as we provide aid in a variety of ways.

Learn more about Community Concern Society Project


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