Forgotten Voices' Mission:

"Demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ by equipping local churches in southern Africa to meet the physical & spiritual needs of children orphaned by AIDS in their communities."

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Giving Voice to Kabushi Evangelical Church of Zambia

Kabushi ECZ is located in one of the densely populated townships of Ndola, in Zambia. The local church's orphan care ministry is currently assisting 60 children continue with their education. Most of these children had dropped out of school, but when Forgotten Voices became partners with the church, hope was rekindled in the lives of these children as a number of them went back to school. However, the need is always growing and many more still need help to continue with their schooling.

Due to water problems around the community, the church is planing to dig a well at the church compound. This will alleviate water problems the community is currently experiencing. According to the pastor, this will help over 100 households, translating to an average of six hundred people.

I always admire Pastor Benjamin Mashonga's love for the church and his community, he is the oldest pastor among local partners so far Forgotten Voices has in Ndola, but one of the most active in the area of visiting his members. Your continued help through the ministry of FVI in this part of Africa will help pastors like Benjamin meet some of the physical needs of their flock.

You can help Kabushi ECZ and other projects like it by giving today at  We need to raise $1,500 this week to keep this project going for 3 more months.

Thanks! Sincerely,
Remmy Hamapande, Program Director - Zambia

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