Liu*, is nine years old. In her short life, she has experienced great loss, which is not unlike many other children who have grown up in the vulnerable community of Kambove. After her father passed away, Liu’s mother struggled to cope with the responsibility of caring for her young children. In 2013, she fled the community and left her five children in the care of their great-grandmother, Theresa*. Theresa is in her late eighties and despite her best efforts, struggles to provide for the children’s emotional and physical needs.
Read more about Liu and her family on our website.
The Kambove Care Point is a place of love and care in the midst of desperate vulnerability.
125 of the most vulnerable children in Kambove receive a daily meal, access to education and access to basic health care.
The Care Workers are committed to ensuring that the children receive a daily nutritious meal, access to education and basic health care.