Zambia

Providing Christian education, daily meals, life skills, discipleship & sustainable business programs to vulnerable children & families in Zambia.

At a Glance

Lifesong Zambia seeks to share Christ with children by providing education and provision to the future leaders of Zambia.
830 Children Served
47 In-Country Staff
2006 Year established

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Our Mission

Children in poverty-stricken communities like Kitwe, Zambia are often left to fend for themselves and eventually end up dropping out of school. Without an education or vocational training, many kids have little hope to break the poverty cycle.

Lifesong Zambia is one of the best schools in the city. It embraces all areas of the children’s needs: academic achievement, two nutritious meals daily, health care, Bible-based curriculum, spiritual growth, and an increased understanding of English.

We also seek to create business opportunities for our student’s parents and caregivers by providing small micro-business loans and jobs on our strawberry farms.

Lifesong Zambia embraces all areas of the children’s needs: academic achievement, two nutritious meals daily, health care, Bible-based curriculum, spiritual growth, and an increased understanding of English.

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  • Providing Quality Christian Education for orphaned & vulnerable children
  • Feeding students two meals each day
  • Supporting parents & caregivers through business loans
  • Creating sustainable business through strawberry & produce farm
  • Discipling future leaders of Zambia through Biblical truth and educational excellence

Current Projects:

kitwe schoolLifesong School Garneton

Educating, feeding, discipling and mentoring 330 students, as we hope to raise future leaders of Zambia! Learn more about the project and school in Garneton>>

 

 

harmonyHarmony School

Our Harmony School reaches 500 students in the Chipata Compound, giving them the opportunity to have any education and daily meals. Learn more about the Harmony School and project>>

 

 

Lifesong_Farms logo-01Lifesong Farms

Lifesong Farms-Zambia,with the support of Plant Sciences, Inc., has been growing strawberries and selling them to local grocers and sales ladies since 2010. The fruit harvesting provides the gift of a job and self worth to an orphan’s caregiver, which enables us to serve more orphans.

 

 

Lifesong Boarding House

Student Life Home Project

Residential program plan to provide a safe environment for students continuing in 8th grade a place where they can thrive.  The Student Life Program would start with 2 homes for the current 8th grade class, ramping up to 13 homes for 125 students.

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Orphan Sunday Nov 13

Orphan Sunday: 5 Ways You Can Make a Difference

November 13, 2016. Christians around the world will observe Orphan Sunday and will stand in solidarity for the vulnerable. Many churches will highlight James 1:27 and renew their commitment to visit orphans in their affliction. Whether you are a church member or a member of church staff, you have an opportunity to [...] Continue Reading »

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Adoption: A Game of Perseverance

In 2001, two 21-year-old missionaries took turns holding a precious little girl who had been orphaned as a result of an epidemic in Kenya. Although we could not physically take this little lady home with us, what we took home spiritually was more significant. Simultaneously birthed within both our hearts was the dream [...] Continue Reading »

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How to Handle the Grief You Feel for Your Child

You’ve probably been down this road before: Your child suffers from extreme depression, hurts others, or makes decisions that are against everything your family holds true. It causes unimaginable grief. How do you handle the extreme emotions you feel, while making sure your children are taken care of? I stand in [...] Continue Reading »