The Lord is still watching over us through your prayers and He has shown to us that He is indeed Jehovah the provider and that he cares. When you don’t know where the next meal will come from, he says, look up to me as your provider. Please help us to thank the Lord for Mother Charlene in America for her devotion and dedication to the project, she has opened for the organization doors that we NEVER expected.
End of 2016, a lady by the name of Summer Jackman who is based in USA pledged to build us a library and stock it with books. The library is still being worked on, below are photos of the unfinished library for Nyamphande Miracle Village. This is being done by the help of the Maluba Rotary club in Zambia. The Maluba Rotary club will build the concrete slab where library will sit.
Donation of funds for Computers
Board Chairperson Apostle Cosmas Mwananshiku has donated K 20, 000.00 to buy Computers for the School. We cannot stop to thank God for we have been knocking doors locally so as to source for computers for the Computer lab - this has also come at the right time. Nyamphande will have a new Library and also have new computers to help the children with their studies as the world has changed.
Donated Desktop Computers! 8 full set Dell OptiPlex 780- Core 2 Duo 3 GHz.
Donation of assorted essential commodities from the Public Service Pensions Fund
On 8th April 2017,Nyamphande received assorted essential commodities from the Public Service Pensions Fund.
The Public Service Pension Fund donated assorted commodities worth K15, 000 to Nyamphande Orphanage and community school as part of its commemoration of the international women’s day.
The items included Mellie-meal, washing and bathing soap, beans, kapenta, sugar, Soya pieces, rice, dish washing liquid and insect killer.
Speaking at the heading over of the items Public Service Pension Fund head of public relations Mr. Alex Chileshe said employees are familiar with working in an environment of less privileged people as they undertake their responsibilities’ of paying beneficiaries of the dead workers estates and senior citizens.
Mr. Alex Chileshe said PSPF realized the huge burden of looking after underprivileged children who had lost their parents and felt duty bound to help.
He said orphans have so many competing needs that could pose a big challenge to the orphanages noble cause of taking care of them. “Out of our great desire to share the little resources at our disposal we are delighted to make this donation to Nyamphande Orphanage as a way of commemorating this year’s international Woman’s day” Mr. Chileshe Said. He said PSPF over the years developed a strong corporate social responsibility program in which it has demonstrated its ability to care for others.
Mr. Chileshe said the world could be a better place to live if people cared for one another. He said the firm is alive to the fact that because of its allocation in the rural area, the orphanage might be forgotten and those who may want to help usually concentrate on other orphanages located in the capital (Lusaka) meanwhile, Nyamphande orphanage president John Mambo said he was very happy with the kind gesture by PSPF.
“My heart is full of joy and I am touched by your action because you are demonstrating what is written in the scriptures,” Bishop Mambo Said.
And speaking at the same event Nyamphande Acting school head teacher Joseph Buti said the Orphanage was founded in 1996 and has grown from being a primary school to a secondary school.
He said the school has 17 teachers and four supporting staff. School head Girl Lyndia Mwanza said she was very happy that PSPF had helped and urged the founders to continue with the same spirit.
And the head boy Cornelius Mwila said he was grateful to PSPF and that he had never expected such charitable gesture.
1. 40 Bags of 25kgs Mellie-meal
2. 2 x 20 liters of cooking oil
3. I bag rice
4. 2 bags Kapenta
5. 40 tablet bathing soap (2 boxes)
6. Washing soap Boom (2 cases)
7. 9 x 5 kg soya pieces
8. 1 bag beans
9. Dish washing liquid
10. Insect killer 2 cases
Having opened the Kings Secondary school and having the first grade 12 in 2015, our Challenges has been for teaching staff at high school. This is because we introduced the high school as one of the project to help us with income generation. Kings Secondary school is taught by qualified teachers, one with a degree in Religious Education and English and the lady has a diploma in Sciences which are Physics and Chemistry