Our care for the orphans continues even when they leave our full-time care
The shy little girl (B) in red, at the centre of a photo taken at SOCH about 12 years ago, has now become the accomplished young woman on the right.
(B) completed Grade 12 and is now (2019) in her first year of Nursing.
WE ARE SEEKING €1600 BY DECEMBER 2019 FOR HER SECOND YEAR STUDIES - PLEASE CAN YOU HELP?
This poor little fellow (I) in rags was discovers on the streets some 8 years ago. Here, on the right, is a recent photo of (I). He is doing well at school and hopes eventually to gain entrance to a High School or Boarding School.
On the left is (L), about 6 years ago when she was at SOCH as a young child - happily displaying her dinner!
Here is (L) now, dressed in her school tracksuit. She is hoping soon to gain entry to a Zambian boarding school if her exam results are good enough.
The young boy (C) on the left, photographed some 8 years ago, joined the orphanage in 2005, and has been consistently excelling at school.
(C) has just completed Grade 12 with distinctions in all his subjects. His ambition is to study Medicine in 2020.
WE ARE SEEKING €2000 BY DECEMBER 2019 FOR HIS FIRST YEAR STUDIES - PLEASE CAN YOU HELP?
This young man (I) has just returned to Serenje after spending a year in Australia where the Children First Foundation enabled him to have a life-changing medical operation for his leg, injured severely in an accident with fire when he was a child. (I) has recently achieved the highest examination grade in the local Serenje District, and has been accepted into a Zambian boarding school.