HACT’s award-winning economic empowerment projects help create brighter futures for HIV impacted families and communities through practical skills development and training opportunities which result in sustainable job creation and poverty alleviation.
Woza Moya “come winds of change” is HACT’s award-winning economic empower project that uplifts, empowers and inspires local people impacted by HIV/AIDS by providing training and support to local artists and crafters.
Through its four Durban-based retail outlets, online shop and network of local and international partners, Woza Moya currently enables of 350 local crafters to earn a sustainable income through the sale of their proudly South Africa, hand-made products and market access to a further 1500 crafters every month.
Over 95% of our Woza Moya project beneficiaries are currently women, many of whom are the breadwinners in their families.
Our Woza Moya Team can be contacted at:
Tel: +27 31 765 5866
HACT’s Clothing Scheme provides local, unemployed women who have been impacted by HIV/AIDS with income-generating opportunities as well as skills development training that enables them to financially support themselves and their families through the sale of donated, second hand clothing.
All donations of new or second hand clothing are gratefully accepted from the public. If you would like to help our Clothing Scheme beneficiaries, please drop your clothing at our Centre’s reception which is open Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm.