The boys stay at Madalo (Meaning “Blessing”). This forty three acre property was bought after we acquired the freehold property of seven acres on which Kondanani Children’s Village is situated.
After spending the first few years at Caring Hands, the boys are integrated into homes within Madalo to grow up alongside older boys with shared playgrounds and sports fields. On average there are twelve boys per house who are supervised by a House Mother and a Nanny.
Currently there are seven houses (Bata, Brielle, Broeker’s, Hillary’s, Keesida, Langham and Wendy’s.) Each named after people who have significantly contributed towards their construction.
Most of the Children will stay at Kondanani until they get married, move away by themselves (once old enough) or be integrated into one of the many departments as staff at Kondanani after receiving adequate education and training.
Also on this property is our Head Office, Grade 1 Classroom, Recreational Hall, Library, Games Room and Fila Farm.