What we do
Give a child a home
The Social Worker ensures each house mother provides the best care and that each
home spends daily family time doing age appropriate activities.
keep a kid healthy
This program falls under our medical and health management department. Lily of the Valley has an onsite clinic, including a pharmacy, which is overseen by our Medical Coordinator and part time Doctor to assess each child’s needs and establish a care plan. The children often come to Lily in a very poor physical state. This is due to neglect, abuse or poverty in their family environment, leading to inadequate nutrition
or medical care , especially for those that are HIV positive or disabled.
give a child an education
With the onset of Covid 19 in 2020, we have had to re-think how we can best educate our children, this is no small feat, as there are so many contributing factor to their education that has hindered them from receiving the best that is available.
To ensure that as we move forward we are looking to get the services of an educational management consultant, who will go through every aspect of the educational need of the children and to know how we can best serve them. This project will need some financialsupport.
If you want to support this area please use “LOV Education project” as a reference when
making a donation.
empower a life with resilience
Lifeskills and Mentoring for long term survival.
Our Youth Development program focuses on helping our kids to develop a healthy lifestyle,
good social interaction, resilience, team work, and various other Life-skills. This is
coordinated through activities including arts and crafts, drama and dance, sports and various
We aim to give as much individual support as needed for the young adults to grow on their
way to their adult independent life outside of Lily. Some of our services are career testing, job
shadowing and work experience. Practical training like “taking public transport” and
budgeting are also part of our program. Moreover, we help the young people to settle into
their new lives outside helping them practically and empowering to find their own ways. .