Women come to Kopanang to share their hopes for a different future by the way they embrace their present reality of struggle and sickness.
Learning skills that lift them into a new awareness of the power of community, enabling them to share their cultural and spiritual stories and hopes. At Kopanang they find their voice. Currently 54 women form the Kopanang project on site, with 14 at a sister project, Ingomusa, in Mpumalanga. Collectively their dependents number around 600. Kopanang is essentially about relationships and the power of faith, lived through courage.