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Rafiki Foundation  |  Training Africans to Transform Africa for Christ
Get to know an orphan or community student in need of your support. Orphans receive all the care a parent would provide their child. Day students receive a scholarship to our classical Christian school and two meals a day. All day students have been assigned aliases and less information is provided to protect their families. Join us in cultivating a multitude of Godly contributors in Africa today!
Gelane’s parents died two years apart from one another.
Both of Comfort’s parents died when she was a young child. She arrived at the Rafiki Village Nigeria in 2004.
Rinet's mother was terminally ill and not expected to live much longer when it was suggested that Rinet be moved to the Rafiki Village.
Ben’s mother died in November 2006, and his father sometime before that.
Aquila and his sister Priscilla literally lost their father in Jan 2000, when he went missing after riots broke out near their village.  Considered...
Caleb’s parents died when he was four years old, and his relatives were unable to care for him because they are impoverished and relied on...
Racheal's birth mother has never been located. Her father took another wife, abandoned Racheal, and never returned. She arrived at the Rafiki...
Gadissa, along with his sister Feyise, were orphaned in 2008 and placed in the care of an impoverished aunt.
Joseph was abandoned by both of his parents at birth and was being cared for by a state-run orphanage just outside of Jos, Nigeria. At age three,...
Bernice was in the care of her paternal uncle before arriving at the Rafiki Village Nigeria.
Mary and her sister Rachael arrived at the Rafiki Village Ghana in 2010.
Nakato and her three siblings were living in a situation that required immediate intervention according to Uganda social welfare. They were very...