"I feel we must especially take care of the children who are victims of the poverty in this world, it's a call for humanity."
— Me' Anton (Founder)
Alone we can do so little and together we can do so much.
We’re dedicated to raising awareness and donating a portion of our profits to great causes. We’re proud to present the very impressive www.pulanechildren.org Please read on to see how Pulane Children´s Centre has made a valuable difference in the fields of education, nutrition, and general wellbeing. We hope that after reading about these wonderful cause, you will feel as passionately about them as we do.
The focus of Pulane children is helping children in need.
In 2006, an old Methodist hospital project became the home for 21 children in the high mountains of Semonkong, Lesotho.
Over the next few years, the Centre grew and branched out to a second location, resulting in the Pulane Children's Centre.
The Semonkong Hospital Compound dates back to 1979. It was then that Rev. Headley Sleuth, the Welsh-born Superintendent of the Methodist Church in Lesotho, came to Semonkong to establish this Methodist Centre.
The aim is simply to help the children in the area who have no where else to go. The children attend local schools, and integrate as much as possible with their Sotho culture.
Not every child is taken into the Centre, but only those identified by the local committee to have no other options.
The children's ages range from babies, to young adults.
They are continually in the process of trying to improve the Centre's facilities, and make it into a wonderful home for the big family.