Meeting Mentor Mothers
Our Mentor Mothers are at the heart of our peer-to-peer community engagement. Here you can meet some of them, and get a deeper picture of their work.
Zukiswa Ngetu joined One to One Africa in 2019. She is 30 years old and she’s married and has two children who are 7 and 5 years old. Previously, Zukiswa worked for Small Projects Foundation for 2 years and was based at Pilani Clinic. Zukiswa loves serving and improving the lives of the community.
Nosipho Mbava is a 35-year-old single mother of 2 girls aged 6 and 13 years. She joined One to One Africa in July 2016 when the programme started in Nyandeni. She is one of the first trained group on the Enable Model.
Nokwandisa Sithonga is a single mother of 2 children. Prior to joining One to One Africa in August 2019, she worked in different community projects which included preschools, roadworks and volunteering in the local clinic.
Nosizwe “Mama” Peter is 53 years old. She is a widow with of 4 children aged 15, 25, 28 and 35 years old. She joined One to One Africa in July 2016. She previously ran a shebeen and also worked for community projects in her area.
Nokhanyile “Mam’D” Salingxolo started working for Enable in July 2016. She is a 50-year-old widow with four children, who are 28, 26 (twins) and 18 years old. She previously worked in her community doing various programmes.
A qualified staff nurse with over two decades of experience, Nomsa Marutha joined One to One Africa in 2016 as a Nurse Supervisor; in 2019, she was promoted to manage the Community Health Workers arm of the Enable programme.