Baby JJ

Baby JJ was abandoned by his mother when he was two weeks old. He was found at the Cape Town Station and placed, via Cape Town social workers, into our care, during May 2010. He was taken to a local GP in private practice who donated her services to Atlantic Hope. She diagnosed Baby JJ with an eye infection, chest cold and severe thrush. During the two weeks that Baby JJ stayed with us, he received dedicated care. He soon gained weight and returned to good health. Baby JJ is now in the devoted care of Sister Margaret at Nazareth House. Baby JJ’s story remains one of hope – he is regularly visited by his biological father, who is committed to have Baby JJ placed in his care. Plans are currently in motion for Baby JJ to move in with his father