◾Terminally ill community members: these are people who are bedridden in the communities. Although the intervention is targeted at people infected with HIV it does not discriminate against people whose causes for illness are not HIV related. This target group includes people returning from hospitals who spend the rest of their illness in their homes due to the unavailability of step-down facilities.
◾Orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs): the focus here is mainly AIDS orphans although other orphans are not excluded. Vulnerable children include children that are not necessarily orphans, but who come from families that live below the poverty datum. This category also includes children who are, generally, neglected by their families. Because of hunger and starvation they get different ailments which can be eliminated with a sustained food programme. Hunger and starvation also affects their progress in school.
◾People Living With HIV (PLWAs): People infected with HIV who are confronted by the realities of hunger, poor diet, lack of skills and day to day stigma and discrimination in their families and in the community.
◾Youth: Young persons that are out of school and unemployed are targeted through education and awareness on HIV & AIDS, drugs and substance abuse, teenage pregnancy and sexual harassment in order to promote healthy lifestyles.
◾Women: unemployed women are targeted with a view to strengthen their capacity through skills that improve their employability and enable them to engage in self-help and income generating initiatives