Children like Ruth and Lolita
Ruth is a seven-year-old girl who lives in Kalingalinga. Ruth is desperately poor and faces a threat of severe hunger, even starvation. Her life will be changed for the better as a result of your financial gift. With your support, and the support of other caring sponsors, we will work with Ruth’s family and other members of the community to help feed and educate her, and provide her with basic medical care.
Lolita is a seven-year-old girl who lives in in Africa. Lolita is desperately poor and faces a threat of severe hunger, even starvation. Her life will be changed for the better as a result of your financial gift. With your support, and the support of other caring sponsors, the school will work with Lolita’s family and other members of the community to help feed and educate her, and provide her with basic medical care.
We would like to raise money to empower the orphans and vulnerable children in our care. These children deserve the very best. A way out of their past of abandonment and a way forward into their bright future. We believe in partnerships, and with generous gifts from people like you, we can make their dream of living with a family a reality.
Proper nutrition is crucial to ensure that children grow up healthy. Yet in many places, children are at risk of malnutrition because proper nutrition is not possible. Thus, the school provides a feeding program that needs to be sustained by your contributions.
As a school we intend to Produce nearly all of our own food through kitchen gardens, integrated perennial food systems, animal husbandry, aquaculture, and more providing culturally and ecologically appropriate food (with enough excess to share with the local community).
We also want to Insure clean, available water through a fresh well, rainwater catchment, greywater, and water saving earthworks.
The impacts of this are profound and may have impacts not just locally, but for orphanages and communities around the city. It is our hope and intention that the school can not only care for the needs of these children in dire need and empower the local people in Zambia.
Help us make this happen by contributing to our cause and donating.
It takes a Village to raise a Village. Thank you for your time and support.
In Zambia, severe rainfall deficits have resulted in a 42% drop in maize production from 2018. As a result, an estimated three million Zambians face hunger. Our work helps to support children and the communities they live in, to create a brighter future for themselves.
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Help us to overcome the difficulties faced by children in our care.