How Collen Mashawana Foundation has been changing millions of lives in Africa.
On the 30th of November, the Collen Mashawana Foundation in partnership with Ottobock SA fulfilled its promise to Bongiwe Mputhi who needed a new prosthetic leg
The 36 year old Oupa Emmanuel Letsolo who was born blind in 1984 was raised by his grandparents who passed away in 2013 leaving him to fend for himself.
“We promised we would come back and on that day we would be opening doors of a new home. Today is that day. We donated a two bedroom house, with a lounge, kitchen and toilet.
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Youth with disabilities are amongst the most marginalized and poorest of all the world’s youth. They commonly face more discrimination and sever social, economic and civic disparities as compared with those without disabilities, especially in developing countries such as South Africa.