Sunday, January 25, 2015

TTL is back online!! New website!

Watch out world, TTL is back online and looking better than ever! 

The creative genius, Mr Angel Escamilla, has designed a visually spectacular, wonderful and  interactive new website for TTL and we could not be happier with his work! Check out this brilliant new website here!

The stunning new front page

In October 2014, creative genius Angel Escamilla walked through our doors and offered to redesign TTL's website. We could not believe our luck! We are so geographically isolated from the world, we heavily rely on our online portals to connect with people like your good selves. Therefore, the offer of a brand new and smart redesign for our website was very much appreciated!
There's even an interactive map of where we work!

The end result could not be better. We never imagined that our website could look so brilliant! It offers brand new interactive features, such as: online donations, interactive maps of where we work, a brand new video gallery, a meet the staff page and interactive updates of our social media! We are so excited to share it with you. So, without further ado, we invite you to check out our brand new website on:!

The new website now allows you to make automatic transfers to
TTL's bank account!

Monday, January 12, 2015

Progress Report on TTL's Tiny Twins!

You may remember TTL's tiniest twins, admitted to the Safe Home early in December? One month old they weighed no more than a bag of flour between the two of them!

 *Thuso was so severely malnourished he could hardly keep milk down. His brother, *Thabang, was not only severely malnourished but also suffering from pneumonia. They had entered the world under very peculiar circumstances- which had not only affected their development but had also made a severe impact on their mother's mental health. The kiddos forced their way into the world prematurely and caught their young mother by surprise. She gave birth to Thabang at home, panicked, and decided to walk 14 miles to Mokhotlong Hospital to give birth to Thuso. Unfortunately this ordeal was too much for her to deal with, and she has been hospitalised every since for psychosis and post-natal depression.

TTL has been working very hard with both the twins and the mother. The babies are doing extremely well in the Safe Home. They have grown into huge babes (weighing 4.2kg and 4.8kg respectively) and *Thabang has already started to be able to lift his head when placed on his stomach. 'M'e Lehela (Safe Home Supervisor) has also been visiting the mother on regular basis to keep track of her progress and to give her updates on her babies.

We are doing everything possible to aid both Mum and babes' progress in the hope that they will soon be able to return home!