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2016 CHRISTMAS.

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We would like to thank the following organization and well-wishers for giving the children of Nyamphande a wonderful Christmas:-


 

  • WILLISTON CHURCH OF GOD (AMERICA)
  • THE FOUNDING PRESIDENT – BISHOP JOHN MAMBO
  • HAZIDA MOTORS (ZAMBIA)
  • MELISA SUPPER MARKET LUSAKA NORTHMEAD (ZAMBIA)
  • CITY CLOTHING FACTORY (ZAMBIA)
  • WOMEN FOR THE WORD MINISTRY (ZAMBIA)
  • APOSTLE COSMAS MWANANASHIKU. (NYAMPANDE BOARD CHAIR)
  • UNIFINANCE & BUREAU EXCHANGE
  • SAVENDER GROUP OF COMPANIES.
  • LAST STOP SUPERMARKET
  • BANK OF ZAMBIA

 

Even in uncertain times, it’s always important to keep things in perspective.



Thanks you all so much.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 December 2016 05:49

THANK YOU FOR STANDING WITH US

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Our thanks go to the following:


•    WILLISTON CHURCH OF GOD (AMERICA)
•    THE FOUNDING PRESIDENT – BISHOP JOHN MAMBO
•    HAZIDA MOTORS (ZAMBIA)
•    MELISA SUPPER MARKET LUSAKA NORTHMEAD (ZAMBIA)
•    CITY CLOTHING FACTORY (ZAMBIA)
•    WOMEN FOR THE WORD MINISTRY (ZAMBIA
•    BROTHER NELSON NYANGU – NYAMPHANDE BOARD MEMBER 
•    UNIFINANCE BUREAU EXCHANGE &
•    FRA MEMBERS OF STAFF.

Even in uncertain times, it’s always important to keep things in perspective.



Last Updated on Monday, 14 November 2016 15:28

Mandela's Passing, Our Challenge - Bishop Mambo

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Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

The Nyamphande Board of Trustees and the entire Nyamphande family wish to sincerely express our heartfelt condolences to the Mandela family and the entire nation of South Africa on the passing of that true and great son of Africa, the true icon of justice and freedom from all sorts of domination.

For 67 years Nelson Mandela devoted his life to the service of humanity – as a human rights lawyer, a prisoner of conscience, an international peacemaker and the first democratically elected president of a free South.

Nyamphande will stand committed to furthering Mandela’s work. As we put him to rest, let us remember all his great works and how he has brought us all together. Mandela has shown us that we have the power in us to change things for the better. May we, therefore, pick up from where he left and continue being goodwill ambassadors to the poor and the hurting.

We have lost such a great liberator who gave hope to many orphans and the underprivileged. Not only did this man fight for people’s freedom, but he also fought for social justice.
“OVERCOMING POVERTY IS NOT A GESTURE OF CHARITY IT’S AN ACT OF JUSTICE” These are some of Mandela’s words that will echo throughout our minds as we fight the many challenges that we face in our communities.

Like many other nonprofit making organizations in Africa we have had our fair share of turbulence but we have kept our focus and our goal, which is to protect the welfare of the children that are hurting and in need.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 December 2013 07:20 Read more...

REACHING OUT.

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A majority of disabled children in Zambia live in abject poverty and lack access to basic health services including rehabilitation opportunities, these children are also excluded from allocation of resources that can help them. As such, these ill-fated children are highly susceptible to the risk of missing out on essential developmental opportunities. In Zambia, poverty levels are high and a national policy about disability is yet to be implemented, thus the care for disabled children falls on the families alone.

Primary health care in Zambia is not able to provide adequate care for disabled children, and their health needs are therefore assessed and managed within a family unit strongly influenced by poverty. Poverty plays a substantial role in regulating access and utilization. Friday is one such child that was born, lives and will probably die in poverty.

The Main source of income for Luangwa is fishing, people start fishing at a very tender age and this contributes to an increase in child labour an evil that robs children of their future most girls here are forced into early marriages. There is a lot of promiscuous sexual behavior’s in Luangwa especially among girls and woman who may not have money to buy fish as they offer sex for fish which they later sale or feed their children. This has seen the increase in the number of HIV/AIDS prevalent rates which also triggers poverty as bread winners are either sick, nursing the sick or dead.

 


Friday Sakala was born in Luangwa, he was born with deformed legs and so he has to craw to make his way around his village. Luangwa has spectacular scenery of its own; Temperature in this part of the country ranges from 24 to above 39 degrees and little Friday has nothing to protect him from heat.

On 11th October 2013, the board secretary for Nyamphande, Mr. Dumisani Tembo took some time off from his law firm as well as his court room’s schedules to present five year old Friday with a brand new wheel chair; Mr. Tembo also donated T-shirts to the family and other villagers.


Friday Sakala is not like any other average five year old, he goes through a lot of pain, he has questions that most of us can’t answer yet he still manages to put on a smile. Despite all the constant bulling he gets, he still pulls himself up, even with all the heat that burns his hands and little deformed feet, Friday still manages to get around with little or no complaints at all. Friday is truly a bright, remarkable young champion with little chances of getting an education as he comes from a family of six and the family would much prefer the able-bodied siblings. Friday needs all the support he can get so that he can also have a better future and inspire others.

On 16th  September 2013, the founding president of both Nyamphande and Chikondi Foundation Bishop John .H. Mambo together with volunteers from the community and the secretariat also distributed some wheel chairs to several rural community health post that where in need of such equipment’s. Another beneficiary of the wheel chairs was a widowed grandmother who is crippled as well as blind, to get around she needs the aid of her grandchildren.
Nyamphande would like to share their gratitude to Children International and its Staff members for their warm reception and the extension of donations which included 10 Wheel Chairs and 67 pairs of shoes, the shoes were given to some of our most underprivileged children in our community by our community care givers who helped identify and distribute them.


We would also like to extend our invitation to other organization and donors to join us in the fight against child poverty and in giving these children the much needed education so that they also can have a brighter future. The needs in our areas are many, but if we unity we will be able to change the futures of these children and many others.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 12:55

NYAMPHANDE’S YOUNG STUDENT TEACHERS PLEA FOR HELP

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Nyamphande has over the years grown to include approximately 1000 pupils, 700 of whom attend classes from grade 1 to 9 at our rural community school located 125 kilometers east of Lusaka. The other pupils, in grades 10 to 12 attend high schools and college throughout the district all their school expenses including school fees, text books, lodging, food, clothes and transport are met out of the modest funding received from donors and other supporters.

Due to the high shortage of government teachers in the country, community schools greatly depend on unqualified community school teachers to help manage with the large number of children in the communities. For children to attain that high level of education and be on the same level as their friends in government school they need good teachers who will teach and guide them. And when a trained teacher is given to a community school the moral and confidence of children and the community is lifted knowing that their future is in safe hands.

In 2013 Nyamphande managed to provide sponsorship to three very vibrant young men so as to allow them pursue their careers in teaching. The three comprise of Graften Chizu and Rabson Tembo both OVCs from Nyamphande as well as Wakumelo Simata OVC and Nyamphande community school teachers, they are training for a 2 year Diploma course in teaching at Chongwe College of Education.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 October 2013 12:49 Read more...

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2016 CHRISTMAS.

2016 CHRISTMAS.

We would like to thank the following organization and well-wishers for giving the children of Nyamphande a wonderful Christmas:-   WILLISTON CHURCH OF GOD (AMERICA) THE FOUNDING PRESIDENT – BISHOP JOHN MAMBO HAZIDA...

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Nyamphande Orphanage & Community Schools

Plot 2256/7417,
Lundazi Road,
Off Leopards Hill Road,
P.O Box 31337,
Lusaka 10101
Zambia

 

Telephone: 260 211 263 355 / 261 348

Fax: +260 211 260 135

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