In March 2012, the first abandoned baby arrived at "Project Canaan", the 2,500-acre land development where Heart for Africa's homes for children and other programs are located. It has grown tremendously, adding more homes for children and training and employment programs for men and women from surrounding communities that include Project Canaan Farm, Khutsala Artisans, Lusito Mechanic Shop and the Kufundza Center. Today, over 270 babies and children under ten years of age call Project Canaan home. Heart for Africa has made a solemn promise to care for them until they complete their High School education. Nearly 300 men and women work on Project Canaan Farm and with Khutsala Artisans.
Khutsala Artisans is a Heart for Africa initiative that trains and employs local Artisans in bead craft, jewelry making, pottery and more. 100% of the profits from the sale of Khutsala Artisan goods goes directly back to the care of the children living at Project Canaan.
With you, we can extend HOPE to the furthest reaches of Eswatini. In this country, where food, water, medicine and employment are scarce, you can join us in ensuring that HOPE is abundant. Learn more at www.heartforafrica.org.