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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!
Paul's mother was sick and admitted him and his twin brother, Isaac, to a transient home in Lusaka, Zambia in July 2012.
Margaret’s mother died when she was an infant.
Sensee’s mother died three days after giving birth to her.
Mercy was referred to the Rafiki Foundation by a local ministry in Kampala, Uganda. Her parents died in 2008, and she was put in the care of an...
Stephena's father was killed by lightning and her mother died, along with Stephena's twin, while giving birth.
Beatrice was left in the care of her aunt after her parents died in 2006. They lived in a two-room house with nine other relatives.
Day students are children in need from the communities surrounding the Rafiki Villages who attend our Rafiki Schools with full scholarships or...
Mphatso's mother died shortly after he was born, and his father remains unknown.
Timothy was orphaned as an infant and brought to a babies' home in Kitui in 1997.
Theresia and her twin sister, Aurelia, came to live at the Rafiki Village Tanzania in 2010 after their mother died of cancer.
Daniel’s parents died during the religious riots that occurred in Jos, Nigeria in 2001.
Both of Stanley's parents contracted a fatal illness and died when he was a young child.