The Anglican Street Children's Programme
The Anglican Street Children’s Programme was founded in 1996 as a Community project by members of the Anglican Church in Lusaka, in response to the increasing numbers of street children and orphans.
In 2011 the project matured into a Programme and from keeping children in residence to supporting children from homes where they are being kept by families and extended families members. This was derived from the African extended families system where every member supports children in the community and that children grow better in a home. The project now offer support to these children in different homes.The programme now offer support to children in different homes.
So far we have built up a variety of projects around the country in Lusaka, Livingstone, Luangwa, Chipata and Chongwe.
To empower orphaned and vulnerable children (OVC) and families in the Community caring for them by enhancing self-reliance.
To provide education and skills training
To Provide and enhance personal development and rehabilitation.
Executive Vice Chairman (Director)
Diocesan Development Representative
Ministry of Education Representative
Community Development Representative
Ministry of Youth Sport & Child Development Representative
: The Rt Rev. David Njovu, Bishop of Lusaka
: The Rev Fr Jackson Jones Katete
: Mr Kalunga Ngoma
: Mr. Mutumpike Mabengwa
: Mrs. Marjorie Johnston Mwenda
: Mrs. Norah Mayaka
: Mr Mike Ng'uni and Mrs Janet Mbewe
: Mr Moonde Ojuku
The Anglican Street Children's Programme, Box 30183, Lusaka, Zambia