It is a Shocking number that whites are in White squatter camps in South Africa.
We have 460 White squatter camps in each Makeshift squatter camp is 700 Makeshift Shacks that Whites Call Home and in each camp, is about 1200 to 1300 People. This is a Total of 322 000 Makeshift Shacks and a Total of 598 000 People living in the camps.
They are really in need of the following to make life worth living and it will create jobs for them as the project goes on.
We need to get them Gas Stoves (2 Burner) for cooking food, Gas Bottle 9Kg Full, Gas Bottle Regulator
Solar Lighting Kit (2 Lights) so they can have lights in the Makeshift Shack Home,
Bunk Beds, Foam Mattress, Bed Blankets, Pillows,
Educational tools to stimulate the children,
Water Tank-green with Pipe and Fittings L 1000 etc.
They are unemployed to the fact of BEEE and the color of their skin.
The South African Government will not give assistance dew to them been a Minority and the color of their skin.
As a Non-Profit organization, we cannot do it without your help and the help of the Community.
Most of the People that we have been working with and helping have started giving up hope into the future.
Beyond the unstable shacks, lie ditches and pools of muddy, stagnant water. Despite this, the squatter camps are fast growing.
It’s hard but they are living. they have little or no food every night but they say they have a roof over the head. It’s hard but they are living.
When it rains it is difficult, because they limited to a Makeshift Shack they call Home. You just have to stay in the Makeshift Shack Home and that makes it difficult; but you get used to that as well.
The first thing they need is better shelter to stay in. They haven’t got any electricity at the moment and maybe water can also help a lot. Not having Electricity and water makes their living conditions even harder.
Even though this communities have fallen on hard times they are making do with what they have to keep these camps going.
The do not qualify for community Land and Government Housing as they are sitting with the wrong color skin and the Government is sitting with a chip on the shoulder showing the Minority Groups that they will pay the price of apartheid.
Also, as it stands Not One Political Party is helping or standing up for this Minority Groups in white squatter camps in South Africa.
Children run along the rocky, arid ground at the camps - they were born after the end of apartheid in 1994.
Old cars sit next to the flimsy shelters and makeshift toilets in the camp where families are forced to survive.
They will wait until the morning breaks and then maybe they will get help from someone. But Passersby are prejudiced against them.
But Everyone stands together in the camps and tries to help each other as much as they can. If They can help someone in any way, they try and do it.
Working-class white people, most of them Afrikaans-speakers, are going through an intense crisis in South Africa.
It is sad as soon as people read about white squatter camps in South Africa and see people are from a white squatter camp, they turn them down. So, it's very difficult for them to get a job if employers know they live in a white squatter camps.
They were supposed to be born into a free and fair South Africa. Does this look fair?'
You are welcome to go and visit a white squatter camps near your city or town they are in need of Clothing, Blankets, Water, Food, also if you have a gas stove, commitment will be welcome if gas can be supplied each month.
If you stay far from a white squatter camps and rather want to deposit a cash Donation it is welcome and the One Stop Care-Line Crisis & Trauma Centre will get the items and distribute it for you.
Again, I thank you for your support in the reading this.
The One Stop Care-Line Crisis & Trauma Centre NPO/ 034-680 works with Minority Groups that have life challenges.
Since the One Stop Care-Line Crisis & Trauma Centre existence it has never received funding from Private or Government os the OSCC&TC has had great difficulties in doing its work for the Minority in South Africa.
Founder/ Directors/ Chairperson/ President One Stop Care-Line Crisis & Trauma Centre NPO/ 034-680