One of ten short stories of PWRDF and partner projects.
"In Mtatha, they pronounce hope 'Temba'. In 1999 Lulu Boxoza founded Temba House in South Africa, originally a place where those in the final stages of HIV could died with dignity. However, the purpose quickly changed when Temba House realized that with the proper care, people began to recover and could resume living their lives. The centre became known as the place to live, rather than the place to die. Temba house is supported by its volunteers, they help run educational programs, hospice care and counselling services and make home visits to those in need". [Text of entire article.]