Helping the Children
As the AIDS crisis dramatically changes countries like Zambia, care for the children that are left behind is desperately needed. We are confident that many of the children in our programs will excel in life and go on to be productive citizens of Zambia, as well as excellent ambassadors for Christ.
Currently, Kids Alive provides an education, nutritious meals, medical care and the love of Christ to more than 600 children in Zambia in our six children’s homes, two schools and care center program.
Support James and Ivy Kongwa
James and Ivy Kongwa
James and Ivy Kongwa are the house parents of the Chikondi One Children's Home, where they care for more than a dozen rescued children, as well as being responsible for administrative oversight for all of Kids Alive Zambia. This includes oversight of six residential homes – five of which are in western Zambia – and two community schools.
Support Julie Walker
I began my journey with Kids Alive in June of 2012. I visited Mongu, Zambia in Southern Africa serving on a Missions trip with their playground ministry. We built three playgrounds for two of their schools and one of the children’s homes there. God has since given me a great burden to serve these children and be a part of their success. I have now accepted a position as a Sponsorship Assistant, and I am excited to join in the work that God is doing in Zambia.