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Orphans In Africa

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Orphans in Africa Project is a non-profit charity organisation created for the purpose of assisting AIDS orphans and street kids. It is funded totally by donations of caring individuals and churches. It is not affiliated to any particular church or organisation but is supported by many.

Our aims are simple and straight from the heart

  • To give African orphans and street kids a home.
  • To create a safe, loving and nurturing environment for these children.
  • To give them a healthy diet and a good education.
  • To release them back into the community as healthy, educated and well-adjusted adults so they can play their part in the future of their own nation.

Our Zimbabwean branch is located in Chinhoyi and is called The Good Shepherd Centre. When you visit Zimbabwe, please take the time to visit our 72 wonderful children at the orphanage in Chinhoyi. They are God's wonderful people, and He cares for each one of them, amazingly, they have never gone without.

For more information on The Good Shepherd Centre and to make donations or organize a visit, please contact

Colin and Ann Harper at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Or visit our website http://www.orphansinafrica.org/

Orphans in Africa Update 1

Teaching English to the orphan children is not so easy. Every child understandably begins a conversation in their mother tongue.  And yet, out there, among the professionals, and job applications, there is a great need to declare a CV in English and emphasize your skills in English.

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Orphans in Africa Update 2

During the month of November, there has been concerted efforts to raise money for Orphans In Africa and children in need at the Good Shepherd Centre orphanage, and around the world, television programs have highlighted children in need in their own country and letting the viewers hear of harrowing incidents and stories of families trying desperately to cope with tragedy when a small child dies suddenly.  On 25th November this month, there will be an auction for Orphans In Africa.

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