A HOME OF HOPE AND HEALING
THE ONLY REHABILITATION AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE IN NAMIBIA
LIVING WATER VILLAGE HOME OF HOPE AND HEALING IS A SECTION 21, NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION, CREATED FOR NAMIBIANS WITH DISABILITIES
THIS NEW AND EXCITING PROJECT FOCUSES ON IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF DISABLED INDIVIDUALS AS WELL AS THEIR FAMILIES
To create a Namibian society which is sensitive and aware of the challenges encountered by persons with disabilities. We want to empower disabled individuals to take control
of their lives and achieve full participation in the Living Water Village, Home of Hope and Healing Project and in the wider society.
To challenge and remove the barriers from the environment so that people with disabilities can develop their talents. We want to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities and their families through the provision of residential and work activity programmes with an emphasis on inclusion, full participation and independent choice. We want persons with disabilities to feel a sense of belonging, have self-respect, respect for other people, identify and developed their talents, to become independent and be able to practice self-determination.
To provide a safe home of hope and healing for persons with disabilities and to ensure inclusion of persons with disabilities in a changing world. We want to reaffirm that all persons with all types of disabilities must enjoy all human rights and fundamental freedoms.
The Living Water Village will be located on a 140 Ha plot North of Hochfeld, about 135km north of Okahandja. From 1998 to 2011 it was used as a missionary training facility as well as a school for orphans.
COMMITTED TO BEING AGENTS OF POSITIVE CHANGE
Living Water Village, Home of Hope and Healing will be open to persons with a variety of disabilities between the age of 18 and 55. We aim to holistically evaluate and identity the needs of our residents and will offer individualized support and services related to each persons unique abilities.
Living Water Village has the approval and support of Namibia's Deputy Minister of Disability, Honourable Alexia Manombe-Ncube.
You are welcome to contact us for more information about the project and how you can get involved or offer support.
+264 81 466 1715