Project

Khulani Special School

Khulani Special School (KSS) began in 1998 as a daily gathering of special needs children from the community under a tree watched over by two caring mothers, Elsie Nsukwini and Crazentia Ngobesie.

From these humble beginnings, KSS has grown to provide hundreds of children with basic medical care while meeting their educational needs through the guidance and support of qualified teachers. More than this though, KSS has become a place of refuge for children who are vulnerable to abuse and ridicule in a community already battling an array of poverty and health challenges.

Grant #1 – January 2016

Empowers Africa made a grant to Khulani Special School toward the general support of the students’ healthcare and educational needs.

Grant #2 – February 2016

Empowers Africa continues its support for Khulani Special School with a grant toward the purchase of wheelchairs for disabled students.