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What we do

We are motivated by passion to serve the underprivileged

Adhope day care
Adhope Creche

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FoodForward SA

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Adhope Food

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Adhope Soccer

The Simunye Cup for African unity. Awereness themes are developed more

Who are We?

African Diaspora Hope is a well established multi-discipline (NGO)

To apply an integrated health care services by partnering with public sector, private sector and communities in order to propel the Government strategy of early intervention and prevention of HIV and AIDS and other chronic diseases

The organization aims to promote and enhance the quality of life of African nationals infected and affected with HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases, in the spirit of UBUNTU.

We are a non-profit organization which is motivated by passion to serve underprivileged African peoplewho are either infected or affected with HIV AIDS and other chronic diseases through our integrated holistic services.


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African Diaspora Hope (ADHOPE) is a well established multi-discipline non governmental organization (NGO) which cares for the fast growing African national population of South African and development project settlement and surroundings.

ADHOPE started in 2008 with the aim of supporting all African nationals including African foreign nationals living in South Africa. ADHOPE was formed due to a variety of factors, including lack of opportunities, barrier of communication, poor access to health facilities and other cultural issues for the vast majority of African foreign nationals living in the marginalised economy and survive largely by means of informal trading and family remittances in conditions of perpetual dependency and abject poverty.

Initially the objective was to focus on HIV/AIDS and empowerment as there is very little support for African foreign nationals living in South Africa. This support includes counselling, home visit, children and orphan support, education, foods distribution and material necessities. Many families are unable to find jobs and are in desperate need of assistance.

As our projects have grown we have come to understand better the needs of the African community and in this regard our focus has also widened to include other types of support ie: Education to local laws to help enable a person to gain suitable employment or even starting their own small business.
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