Apio Josephine became a widow after her husband, two sons and daughter were brutally slaughtered by the Lakwena Rebels in 1986. In 1991, she gave her life to the children who had been orphaned with war insurgency and HIV/AIDS. She currently raises 67 orphans where they are facing great challenges without food, basic medical, education and clothing.
Our goal is to create a sustainability center that impacts the development and forward thinking of these young minds. We have an opportunity to rebuild the orphanage on nearby land! Our partnership with a local brick-maker, Father Henry, provides the resources we need to make this impact. With each brick that is donated we can build a better life for these kids.
Check out our Path to Purpose project and see how you can build a better future for this community!