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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!
Ben
Before arriving at the Rafiki village, Ben and his five siblings lived with their grandmother, along with her six children, in a one-room house.
Micah
Micah was just nine months old when both of his parents were killed by armed robbers.
Erica
Erica and her sister, Priscilla, are double orphans. After the death of their parents, they lived with their impoverished, widowed grandmother....
Moses
Moses arrived at the Rafiki Village Ghana in 2005.
Phoebe
Day students are children in need from the communities surrounding the Rafiki Villages who attend our Rafiki Schools with full scholarships or...
Samson
At a very young age, Samson was abandoned and taken to a local orphanage.
Wanangwa
By 2007, Wanangwa had lost both of his parents to fatal illnesses.
Abigail
Abigail was abandoned in the annex of a Nairobi hospital grounds.
Sarah
Day students are children in need from the communities surrounding the Rafiki Villages who attend our Rafiki Schools with full scholarships or...
Dennis
Dennis lived with his grandmother after his mother became mentally ill and incapable of caring for him, and his father abandoned the family when he...
Isaiah
Day students are children in need from the communities surrounding the Rafiki Villages who attend our Rafiki Schools with full scholarships or...
Lucy
After Lucy's parents died in 2011, she lived with an unemployed uncle and his children until Social Welfare contacted the Rafiki Foundation in 2012...