Since 2006, Generation Ubuntu has helped over 200 children & their families annually in Khayelitsha, South Africa.


The Generation Ubuntu model is a standard of care for every child living with HIV in under-resourced healthcare settings.


Generation Ubuntu improves the health and well-being of children and teens living with HIV in South Africa through a comprehensive care model of health and nutrition, psycho-social support, HIV and life skills education, and community engagement.


At Generation Ubuntu, we see the person first, not the illness. HIV is no longer a death sentence – it is a manageable condition and the right whole-person care can enable children to live full, successful and meaningful lives.
Generation Ubuntu is fueled by the optimism of the children themselves – it is their spirit of hope that gets us up in the morning, and keeps us determined to secure a sustainable future – for the organization and the communities we serve. We celebrate them.
This ethos of positivity and affirmation in the face of adversity is what we are all about – is what ‘ubuntu’ is all about – a sense of togetherness and a generosity of spirit. At Generation Ubuntu we don’t underplay the hardship, but joining us is joining a family of energy and laughter, happiness and fun, despite the desperate start in life these children have experienced.
Think positive, think Ubuntu.