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For over 78 year’s Cotlands has been a forerunner in advocating for children’s rights. From our earlier years as a sanctuary for unwed mothers and abandoned babies to a decade of service as an HIV/Aids pediatric hospice to today were we offer early learning opportunities to our country’s most vulnerable citizens – our children.

Over the years we have made headlines for our innovative thinking and our successes have been regularly tracked by the media. Our transformation and remarkable progress have been well documented by local and international information leaders. Here are our stories as told by independent journalists.

Mail and Guardian – Cotlands resurrected as a haven of hope and learning

Williamette University – Africa’s Legal Renaissance

The Christian Science Monitor – AIDS: Orphanage closes its hospice, babies no longer dying

The Beeld – Kinders Kan speelgoed ‘uitneem’

The Saturday Star – Where doors are opened to living

Mail and Guardian – Affording children their basic rights

Destiny Man – Progress through play. Father figures in ECD