At a GlanceLifesong Zambia seeks to share Christ with children in the Kitwe community by providing education and provision to the future leaders of Zambia.
There are so many ways you can help us serve orphans in Zambia. your financial support and prayers help make our mission possible!
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.
- 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
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.
In preparing for our 8th grade students to move to the freshman class, a High School is currently be construction to provide for the need and give higher education to our students at the Lifesong Zambia School. Learn more & donate >>
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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One of the advantages of year round schooling is that the kids have a one month break three times a year. As a school, it’s our goal to make sure the learning doesn’t stop and the life lessons continue being taught. This term break we had two amazing events for our students to engage in. The first was [...] Continue Reading »
A common goal for any orphan care project is to become self-sustaining and thus, less dependent on donor dollars. Several of our orphan care initiatives have been growing towards sustainability through businesses that have been set up in country. Although it presents unique challenges, there can also be great [...] Continue Reading »
Help William Walk…4 Years Later In 2010, 5-year-old William asked his mother, “Why do other children walk on the bottoms of their feet? What did you do to me?” When she told him that it was God who did it, not her, William said, “Then please tell God to fix me.” Many of you may [...] Continue Reading »