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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!
Day students are children in need from the communities surrounding the Rafiki Villages who attend our Rafiki Schools with full scholarships or...
When he was two months old, Michael was abandoned at a shop in Kampala, Uganda. Michael then came to the Rafiki Village Uganda in February of 2005.
Feraol's mother abandoned her when she was one month old.
Both of Vivian's parents died in 2005. She briefly lived with a maternal uncle, but he was unable to care properly for Vivian.
Deborah’s parents were living in Uganda when they both died from an illness. Deborah and her sister Jane were then brought to Rwanda.
Following the death of their parents, Julie and her two sisters were placed in the care of an aunt.
After Gabriel's father died in 2006, his ailing mother contacted social welfare services to intervene in her son's life.
Both Wongani's parents died by the time he was two years old.
Naomi’s father died when she was a year old.
Moses was only a year old when both of his parents died of an illness.
Francesca's mentally ill mother would leave her, her brother Martey, and her sister Selom unattended for days at a time.
After being abandoned by their parents, Irene and her twin sister, Dorine, were living with their impoverished paternal grandmother.