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Rafiki Foundation  |  Training Africans to Transform Africa for Christ

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Josephine and her sister Tendo were living in a local hospital in Kampala for some time. They were then placed in a temporary home for abandoned...
Nakato and her three siblings were living in a situation that required immediate intervention according to Uganda social welfare. They were very...
Both of Alex's parents died of terminal illnesses between 2003 and 2004. He was then referred by Social Welfare to begin living in the Rafiki...
Both of Mary’s parents were ill. Her father abandoned her mother, and her mother gave her up because she was too sick to care for her.
Hope’s father died HIV positive, and his mother was also living HIV positive and was very sick. She wanted Hope placed in a good home before she died.
Julius’s mother abandoned him after his father died. He came to the Rafiki Village Uganda in March 2008.
Joshua's parents were killed in 2010 in mudslides that buried an entire village and the families living there. Joshua, his twin brother Gideon, and...
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,...
Vicky was abandoned by both her parents at birth and brought to the state-run orphanage in Jos, Nigeria. Vicky was severely malnourished and in...
Both Alex's parents are deceased. He came to live in the Rafiki Village Nigeria in 2003.
Both Charity's parents were killed during riots in Jos, Nigeria. She came to live at the Rafiki Village Nigeria in 2003.
Deborah's parents and siblings went missing during religious riots in Jos, Nigeria.