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Ten new chldren have joined us at Global Samaritans over the past few months and we need your help in providing a home for them! Read more about each child in the profiles below.

Global Samaritans seeks to raise mature, productive, Christian children who will mold and shape the future of Zambia. This is achieved through child sponsorship from our generous supporters.

In Isaiah 1:17 the Lord calls us to "learn to do right! Seek justice, encourage the oppressed. Defend the cause of the fatherless." Will you help us to defend the cause of the fatherless by choosing to sponsor one of these children?

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Peter

Peter is the half brother of Jane, who has long been a part of the Global Samaritans family, and brother of Alfred. Peter was born in Livingstone but grew up in a village with his 70-year-old grandmother who depends on her small maize field to provide food. Peter and Alfred's mother died in 2014 and the whereabouts of their fathers is unknown. Since arriving at Global Samaritans Children’s Home, Peter and Alfred have been receiving the food, water, and shelter they so desperately needed but they are also receiving other things just as important – the love that a devoted housemother provides and the stability of a home like the one they now have at Global Samaritans. Peter now has access to high quality schools adjacent to and on the campus of Global Samaritans Children’s Home and will have the opportunity to catch up with educational standards while he starts a new life at Global Samaritans Children's Home. Your support is vital in providing Peter with his new home. Click here to sponsor Peter.


Winnie

Winnie is the sister of Gideon. They are from the village of Sinde. Their mother died in 2008. Gideon and Winnie’s father sells firewood for a living but has not been able to earn enough money to support his family. Winnie and several other family members lived together in a one room thatched house. The conditions were such that the Department of Social Welfare recommended that Winnie should be taken out of that environment. Since arriving at Global Samaritans Children’s Home, Winnie has been given the physical things that she needed – good food, shelter, and clothes. But beyond that, she has been given a home where she is loved and nurtured by a dedicated housemother. Your help is needed in providing this loving home. Click here to sponsor Winnie.


Gideon

Gideon and Winnie are siblings from the village of Sinde who have recently made Global Samaritans their new home. Their mother died in 2008. Gideon and several other family members lived together in a one room thatched house and Gideon's father was not able to earn enough money to support the family. The conditions were such that the Department of Social Welfare recommended that Gideon and his sister Winnie should be taken out of that environment. Since arriving at Global Samaritans Children’s Home, Gideon is now able to go to the elementary school that is adjacent to the Global Samaritans Children’s Home. With your help, after finishing 7th grade, he will continue his education at the Global Samaritan’s High School on the campus of the Children’s Home. Click here to sponsor Gideon.


David

David and his brother Lawrence came to Global Samaritans Children's Home out of an extremely difficult home environment. They came from a family of 11 and had triplet siblings who died. Their father died in 2015 and they were living with their mother and blind grandmother. In order to survive, David and Lawrence were forced to forage for wild okra and wild fruits from the bush and work in people's fields for food. Most of the times, they had only one meal a day. All of this has left David with a low self-esteem and causes him to be withdrawn and moody. The loving home he now has at Global Samaritans Children's Home will help, but he needs your support! Click here to sponsor David.


Lawrence

Lawrence and his brother David came out of an extremely difficult home environment. They came from a family of 11 and had triplet siblings who died. Their father died in 2015 and they were living with their mother and blind grandmother. In order to survive, Lawrence and David had to forage for wild okra and wild fruits from the bush and work in people's fields for food, most of the times meaning they had only one meal a day. Lawrence is slowly settling into the new life he has at Global Samaritans, but he needs your support! Click here to sponsor Lawrence.


Marvin

Marvin is an orphan whose mother died last year. He was living with his grandmother after his mother's death while his father was always away doing odd jobs and trying to grow vegetables - a business that has failed due to the historic Zambian drought. Marvin has found a new home at Global Samaritans Children's Home while his younger brother and sister have gone to live with their grandmother from the mother's side. Marvin has been very happy in his new home and is thriving in primary school. He needs your support to provide the food, shelter, education, and love that he now has at Global. Click here to sponsor Marvin.


Nicholas

Nicholas's mother died 2 years ago after a long illness. His father is a herdsman who spent most of his time away from home while herding other people’s cows. Nicholas and other children in the home were often left alone and at times with no food. The situation was reported to the Department of Social Welfare who did a home assessment and recommended that Nicholas be placed in the orphanage. Since arriving at Global Samaritans Children's Home, Nicholas has been happy to have new friends and to have loving people in his life that he can call family. He has been placed in 1st grade in primary school and needs your support as he thrives in his new home! Click here to sponsor Nicholas.


Natasha

Natasha and her twin brother Joseph lived with their HIV positive mother in the village of Musokotwane. Their father had died. Natasha and Joseph along with several other relatives depended on their sick mother and elderly grandmother for all their basic needs. After the Department of Social Welfare did a home assessment, it was recommended that Natasha and Joseph be placed in the orphanage. Natasha is now in 1st grade at the primary school and is very happy in her new home. Please consider sponsoring her as she starts her life at Global Samaritans. Click here to sponsor Natasha.


Joseph

Joseph and Natasha are twins and lived with their HIV positive mother in Musokotwane. Their mother is a three-time widow. Joseph's 25-year-old sister is also a widow. This sister married again, leaving four children with her mother. All of these children depended on the sick mother and elderly grandmother for all their basic needs. The situation was reported to the Department of Social Welfare by Joseph’s aunt who lives in the same village. A home assessment led to the recommendation that Joseph and Natasha be placed in the orphanage. Since arrival, Joseph has accomodated well to Global Samaritans. Joseph and Nicholas are in the same house and always found playing happily together. Joseph needs your support to help provide the good food, shelter, education, and love that he needs. Click here to sponsor Joseph.


Alfred

Alfred is the half brother of Peter. He was born in Livingstone but grew up in a village with his 70-year-old grandmother who depends on her small maize field to survive. With the recent poor rains, their grandmother had nothing to feed the Alfred and his brother. Their mother died in 2014 and the whereabouts of their fathers is unknown. Alfred was in 2nd grade but his previous home life meant that his reading was very poor. Now, with your support and access to high quality schools adjacent to and on the campus of Global Samaritans Children’s Home, Alfred will have the opportunity to catch up with educational standards while he grows and thrives in his new home. Click here to sponsor Alfred.


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