We provide palliative
care for children
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Goal : R 1,200,000.00
Umduduzi offers all our services within the many communities we serve completely free of charge, thus we are 100% dependent on sponsorship and donations to run our programmes. We rely on the generosity of our donors to enable us to carry out the important work we do bringing comfort and relief to the children of...

Who we care for

Samuel

Happy and loved little boy

Clement

Hope in tough times

Lemees

The light of the family

Our Story

Who we are

We bring compassion, dignity, relevant care and relief from discomfort and pain to children diagnosed with a life
threatening or life limiting illness within KZN. We do this through direct patient care, mentorship.

Our Story

What we do

Umduduzi treats children as people, not just as patients, and seeks to ensure that children with life-threatening or life-limiting conditions receive the best possible care and comfort.

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Families supported since 2013
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Health Districts supported in KZN
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Hospitals supported in eThekwini

Our People

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Every donation enables members of the Umduduzi Team to continue doing the vital work we do every day.

 

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US

“The KwaZulu Natal province has a high burden of infectious (in particular HIV and TB) and non-communicble diseases with over 3 million children. Acute and chronic life-threatening and life-limiting diseases pose a significant socioeconomic and emotional burden to children and their family support structures. Umduduzi has provided the support and care for children and their families through the hospice and in-patient support as the only dedicated provider of paediatric palliative care in KwaZulu Natal. Through their passion and compassion, they provide our “little” people with comfort and a voice.”

Prof Refiloe Masekela
Head of the Department of Paediatrics, Nelson Mandela Medical School, UKZN, 2020

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