HOPE Cape Town’s footprint has dramatically grown since the first contact and opening of the G7 iThemba Ward at Tygerberg Children’s Hospital in 2001.

Today, we are actively supporting more than 200 000 people annually through medical care, counselling and social services, training and development, education and empowerment in various township clinics in the Western Cape, at Container Village Blikkiesdorp and at HOPE Cape Town’s headquarters at The Nex-Indawo Yethu Campus in Delft.


In 2002, as an extension of services offered at Tygerberg Hospital, HOPE Cape Town placed its first fully trained community health worker at Mfuleni clinic. Today HOPE Cape Town Community Health Workers offer services and programmes at ten local clinics and hospitals in low-income communities.

Our twelve HOPE Community Health Workers provide ancillary medical treatment and care and also increase the staff capacity at the local clinic facilities. They act as champions for HIV counselling, testing, treatment and monitor the patient’s adherence to medication where the focus is on paediatric/adolescent patients and their families. 

Specific paediatric clinics that focus on HIV care and neurodevelopmental challenges are managed at various public facilities by HOPE Cape Town Medical Officers and the Occupational Therapist. In addition, further support for HIV affected youth is offered in dedicated youth clubs that HOPE Cape Town organize and run.

Community facilities where we work:

Delft CHC

Delft South

Delft Symphony Way






Delft – The Nex-Indawo Yethu