An update from Hope Art on the young lives in their care:
This is Mr. Nyambe, he is Ruth and Naomi’s uncle (twins in our the feeding program) and we just love working with him! When he saw his 2 nieces needed help he immediately stepped in and took over their care.
The feeding program provides them with the food they need, and together with their caring uncle, we know they will grow up healthy and in a loving environment!
A few months ago the team at Hope Art shared these adorable twin’s photos and the progress they were making through the community outreach program at The Zambia Project. The twins were admitted into this emergency aid program after their mother died in child birth. Their uncle immediately became their primary care giver and turned for help in feeding and medical care. They now sit up, have chubby cheeks, and are doing well. Ruth and Naomi won our hearts with their adorable eyes and photos so it is no surprise their uncle is also taken with them and seeing to their care as well.
The Save a Life Centre
The proceeds from Hope Art sponsor the life-saving work of The Zambia Project. In addition to their orphanage they have a lot of outreach services too. The Zambia Project serves severely malnourished children through their Save a Life Centre. Here there are medical services, care and food until each child is fully recovered. Each child in this program uses about USD $75 or R 800 per month for about 6 months. Part of this cost goes to nutritious baby milk, meals, medical care, clothing, and more.
Well done Mr. Nyambe! We solute your help and know Ruth and Naomi are blessed to have you as their uncle.
Ruth and Naomi when first enrolled into the feeding program.
Ruth and Naomi now thanks to their care from sponsors, Hope Art, The Zambia project and of course their dotting uncle.
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