Naledi Hospice

Welcome To Naledi Hospice

Naledi Hospice Board and Management appreciates the role of our Care Givers who still serve our community with so much love and dedication irrespective of the unsettling circumstances that we often encounter in our organisation.

We aim to embarked on a new strategic direction, with our brand new board and its innovative plans. Naledi Board aims at creating a new and clear strategic plan, with strong fundamentals, solid financials and a healthy growth trajectory to guide us through 2015 and beyond.

On implementation level, Naledi Hospice have established a stronger relationships with the Department of Health with the aim to join forces in meeting the objectives of the Local, Provincial and National Health Strategic Plan. At the same time, we continued with ongoing, quality care and have intensified our case findings, resulting in a strong patient care statistics. Our TB screening numbers exceeds our annual targets.

All this could not have been realised if it was not for the exceptional support we have been receiving from HPCA our Palliative Care partners in SA. Our Organisation recognises that we owe our gratitude to the mentoring, trainings and advocacy we have received from HPCA. Our gratitude is also extended to CaSIPO Project for the role it played with Referral and retention of patients within the Health System in Mangaung Metro Municipality clinics and within the Free State. HPCA has not only provided formal trainings to our Organisation but  we aspire to live up to its commendable example.

Naledi Hospice is a Non Governmental Organisation. It was Registered as an NPO through the Department of Social Development on the 12th of November 2003 (NPO 003-863). Our core business is to render adult palliative care to Mangaung Metro community patients with life limiting and life threatening diseases in their homes. Naledi Hospice is a member of HPCA Hospice Palliative Care Association On the 18th May 2005 Naledi Hospice became registered by SARS Tax Exemption unit as a PBO, (PBO 930016372) in terms of Section 30 of Income Tax Act for the purpose of section 18A (1)(a) of the Act Naledi Hospice. Naledi Hospice has been conducting its Governance and financial affairs in compliance with set standards and procedures of the NPO Act. Our Books were audited by Masapo Finance Consultants in 2014-2015. The current Board will announce the auditor for Naledi Hospice books for the 2015-2016 audit. The history of Naledi Hospice dates back since 1989. Naledi Hospice has been providing palliative care for people of all races with life-limiting and life threatening diseases. Presently our staff is reduced to 15 employees who deliver quality holistic care and support services to approximately 310 patients and their families in the Mangaung Metro Municipality of the Free State.

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Welcome To Naledi Hospice

Naledi Hospice Board and Management appreciates the role of our Care Givers who still serve our community with so much love and dedication irrespective of the unsettling circumstances that we often encounter in our organisation. We aim to embarked on a new strategic direction, with our brand new board and its innovative plans. Naledi Board aims at creating a new and clear strategic plan, with […]

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Foreword By Chairperson

Foreword By Chairperson

The HIV/AIDS pandemic is one of the major challenges facing South Africa. The Free State has its own challenges which are exacerbated by the demographics of the province. The problem of the HIV prevalence in the Province, especially around the Mangaung area has been due to the fact that it also draws a large number of migrant workers from the neighbouring Provinces and countries and […]

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General Managers Comment

General Managers Comment

On behalf of Naledi Hospice, Management and Staff, I would like to express our gratitude to all our partners who made it possible for this organisation to continue serving our community in the past year. Our gratitude is warmly extended to the very New Naledi Hospice Board that has served with passion since it came into office in September 2014. We also realise that this […]

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Garden at the Hospice

Garden at the Hospice

Our vegetables are growing nicely, well take care of. We appreciate the help we are getting with regards to the garden. You are what you eat. We are grateful that the land is taking care of us so we can cook natural food for our clients.

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Services
  • We Cared for 800 patients within the period 1st April 2014 to 31st March 2015, diagnosed with life threatening and life limiting diseases and admitted into our programme.
  • 468 were TB and TB Co infections in the year
  • 71 were MDR TB patients and 2 were XDR TB patients HPCA is providing the Organisation with N95 masks.
Achievements 
  • On the 29th September 2015 Naledi Hospice held a Special General Meeting and elected a Board composed
of seven Board members. This New Board has been active up to date.  Pictures on page
  • Naledi Care Givers received competence training and Certificate on I ACT from HPCA Nastad & Mr T Nkwe . They are currently running I ACT training in Mangaung Metro Municipality.
  • Naledi Care Givers received Competence training and Certificates in HCT from Free State Regional Training Center, and are conducting HCT  in Mangaung Metro for NDoH
  • Department of Agriculture is assisting us with homestead gardens.
  • MDR TB contract with HPCA has given us the opportunity to work closely with the Department of Health thus contributing to the NSP.
  • Students and pupils from local institutions come to Naledi Hospice for practical exposure.

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