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) has completed Grade 12 and is now looking towards a career in 2019 in Nursing.
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 about 8 years ago, is excelling at Boarding School & as he now nears completion of Grade 12, he is hoping to study to be a doctor.
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 is now awaiting acceptance to a Zambian boarding school.