Mankweng Community Law Advice Office is a Non-Profit Organization established in 2009 and was duly registered with the Department of Social Development in August 2010. Mankweng Community Law Advice office renders human rights services, with special focus on domestic violence, gender-based violence, children and women’s rights, HIV/AIDS and outh empowerment. Mankweng Community Law Advice Office provides consultation, mediation and support on Labour Relations, Grants, Civil Claims, Dispute resolutions, poverty alleviation projects and HIV/AIDS-related issues, provides education on human rights and free legal advice. It targets women and children, people affected and infected by HIV/AIDS, refugees, farmworkers and elderly people amongst others.

We aim to soften the blow of the COVID-19 crisis as people on the fringes of economic activity find themselves unable to do anything to fend for their families. This program seeks to assist these impoverished families and individuals to at least have access to basic foodstuffs as the country and the world continues to implement measures that aim at containing and eradicating the COVID-19 pandemic.