Our Mission

Arise Africa is committed to helping children live the life God desires for all mankind by assisting with spiritual, economic, & physical poverty. We strive to empower others through the truth & love of Jesus Christ to become responsible, independent, & self-sustaining individuals. 

 
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Why Zambia?


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Orphan Care

There are over 690,000 children without parents in Zambia. Despite these high numbers, we believe that God has the ability to give every child a hope and a future. As believers, we see it as our responsibility to help God's children by caring for them physically, economically, and spiritually.

What We're Doing

In 2012, Arise Africa built its first home and its second in 2016, both with the help of Kershaw's Challenge.  There is a boys home and a girls home that are just a few blocks away from one another.  The need for the Arise Homes came instinctively.  Many of them had either been left by their parents, or their parents had died.  Some of the children who now live in the Arise Homes were living on the streets or with people who did not want them.  All of them were being neglected, abused, didn't have food to eat, and/or needed medical care. There are currently 18 children living in Arise Africa's full-time custody. 

 

 

Child Sponsorship

There are over 690,000 children without parents in Zambia. Despite these high numbers, we believe that God has the ability to give every child a hope and a future. As believers, we see it as our responsibility to help God's children by caring for them physically, economically, and spiritually.

WHAT WE'RE DOING:

In 2012, Arise Africa built its first home and its second in 2016, both with the help of Kershaw's Challenge.  There is a boys home and a girls home that are just a few blocks away from one another.  The need for the Arise Homes came instinctively.  Many of them had either been left by their parents, or their parents had died.  Some of the children who now live in the Arise Homes were living on the streets or with people who did not want them.  All of them were being neglected, abused, didn't have food to eat, and/or needed medical care. There are currently 18 children living in Arise Africa's full-time custody. 

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Healthcare

Zambia is lacking crucial healthcare, so when individuals become ill, there are very few places to turn to. Altough there are resources available, many are not able to go to them or do not have the funds to receive the care they need. 

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