is a human rights and social welfare organisation focussing on the
plight and wellbeing of refugees and locals in South Africa, especially
women and children. We have carried out several activities within
different sectors of society that continue to suffer. We are peace
building activists. Our vision is to live in a world where all people
regardless of their nationality, gender or status live in dignity and
Program for the Well-being of Children (PWC-Africa) was founded by Roberto Kabaka. Night
after night Roberto walked home from his job, always noticing the
groups of small children living alone on the street.They were so thin
and their clothes were old and torn. He could see that there was no one
to help them. Because of the AIDS crisis in Africa many children have
lost their parents and are raising themselves. They have no one to help
them. Roberto decided he had to do something so that they could feel at
least loved and cared for.
He started PWC-Africa in 2005 with a
group of five other friends and colleagues who also felt compassion for
these children and wanted to help. A constitution was drafted.
We do support also other marginalised groups such as the disabled,orphan's and street kids through their basic needs.