How we do it
AFnetAid works in two of the countries hardest hit by the AIDS epidemic, South Africa and Zambia. The latest statistics reveal that there are over 2 million AIDS orphans living in these countries.
We address this devastating problem by partnering with local schools and churches to identify the orphans in the community and then provide support for them through two types of programs: orphan day care centers and an orphanage.
Orphan Day Care Centers
Ithemba La Bantwana - Hope for the Children, is in Soshanguve, South Africa. Currently there are 46 orphans in our program.
Tsakelani - Celebration, is also in Soshanguve and has 32 orphans and vulnerable children in the program.
Isubilo Lya Bana - Hope for the Children, is in Mansa, Zambia and is serving 90 orphans.
Jehovah Jirah - or Nellie’s Orphanage, has 32 children living full time at this orphanage in Soshanguve.
Jesus spoke to Simon Peter. He asked, "Simon, son of John, do you really love me more than these others do?" "Yes, Lord," he answered. "You know that I love you." Jesus said, "Feed my lambs."
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