Jane Botsheja felt like she was at her very end when she met our people from Humana Child Aid. A resident of the town of Selebi Phikwe, Jane felt she had no more hope and had lost interest in all that was going on around her. She had no job; she had no source of income and as a result had no way of providing for her family. They were living in poverty, but to add on to this, she was caring for her child who was very ill."When I first met them, they were going door to door to assess the well being of children in our area, and were looking for children who were affected by HIV," she recalls. "Mme Monica and Mma Mokgwathi introduced themselves to me, and I showed them my child." She describes how the child was so very sick at the time and even had sores all over her body. Her child had also been unable to complete her Form Five for two successive years, because of her illness.Jane was offered counseling by the Child Aid officers, while working closely with the child, Lebo. They counseled Lebo, and also referred her to other service providers to get treatment. "They gave me such intense counseling, if you had seen the state I was in when they came here, you would just not believe it!" she laughs. That was in 2009, and she remembers that the Humana Child Aid offices were housed at the Selebi Phikwe Town Council then, and it is at this time that she began her journey with Humana.