In Kenya, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, there are hundreds of thousands, if not millions,
of orphaned and destitute children who have any place to call home, who don’t know where their next meal is coming from, and who have no one to love them and keep them safe.

But thanks to our partners, 54 children have a warm bed to sleep in at night at the Lewa Children’s Home
in Kenya, and 44 more vulnerable children receive basic needs support. In Zambia, Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre provides a home for 52 children and provides support for 31 more living in foster care. And at Shinga Development Trust in Zimbabwe, 13 children have a loving home at its newly-opened Lerato Children’s Home.

Program founders and directors Phyllis Keino, Angela Miyanda and Margaret Makambira have become “mothers” to thousands over the years and decades who otherwise would have grown up alone and in despair, with no hope. They now have a brighter future, in large part thanks to the assistance made possible by our supporters.