Othandweni Family Care Centre

739 Elias Motsoaledi Road
Mofolo South
Soweto
South Africa

(011) 984-4117  /   (011) 984-4118

739 Elias Motsoaledi Road, Mofolo South, Soweto, South Africa
Othandweni Family Care Centre in Soweto is home to 30 children in the nursery and 60 children in the five cottages on the property. At this facility, Jo'burg Child Welfare provides a safe and loving environment for all of its residents by catering to their emotional, spiritual, and educational needs. We strive to provide these children with a well-balanced, stable home...

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Soweto, Greater Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

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