Lonnie Steward (right photo) came from the USA to
teach our children new art techniques. They have learned
a lot and we hope to welcome Mr. Steward again in the
Cargo Management and Logistics, staff of Bank Of Zambia,
Varun Food & Beverages (Zambia) Limited, Chicagos, Dr.
Liza Oparaocha, the staff of Hotel Intercontinental
(Lusaka), and many more for the Christmas gifts
and outings held for our children.
Chris Miller of Lilayi Lodge for inviting our children
to see baby elephants. We also thank Carla Schoemaker
(right photo) who made it possible for us to visit this
beautiful place. Visit our
Gallery for more
Margaret Andrews Ms Margaret Andrews has been our faithful friend and
supporter for more than forty years. We would like to
thank her for being there for us in the most difficult
times in the past and for being with us today. Every
Christmas Ms Margaret together with her friends, not
only buys food but also personal gifts for every child.
Thank you for being part of our family Ms. Margaret. May
God reward you for everything you do for us.
William Whelan and his friends who have donated four
second hand computers for our children. These computers
are in excellent condition and our young students
Joan Coolidge, Rosie and Susan
We also thank our visitors Joan Coolidge, her daughter
Rosie and Susan Kral who have kindly brought these
laptops to Kasisi.
John and Mary Lou
John and Mary Lou Whelan Healing Fund, for the donation
which enabled us to buy two nebulisers for our babies as
well as other necessary medicines.
Dominic is one of our four children
who are taking music lessons.
He is very gifted and focused. In December he will take
part in our Christmas carols concert.
New kids on the block
Greetings from our twins - Moses and Danny.
They just joined us a few months ago and they have
adjusted very well to theirs new home.
Marietta has just graduated from the
school of nursing in northern Zambia. She came to our
home when she was just a few days old. At the moment she
is working at the rural health centre in Kasisi. In the
afternoon, she is in charge of our treatment room.
Baby Justina goes home
Our little baby Justina who was abandoned on the street
in Lusaka. After three months of staying with us she was
reunited with her parents. It was revealed that the baby
was in fact kidnapped from the mother in one of the
Health Centres in Lusaka. You can see the joy of her
parents when we presented their lost baby to them!
During this ending year we said goodbye to 28 of our
children. We are always happy for those who are reunited
with their relatives and the older children who become
independent and after graduation from various colleges
start their adult life.
Within 2017 we have opened our home and our hearts to 39
new children. They all need special care and attention.
Thankfully they are growing into healthy and happy
children. Looking at them one can think that time at
Kasisi flies much faster than anywhere else.
Anastasia (above) who came to Kasisi at the age of two
and weighing 2kg is growing well and her weight is
nearly 10 kg now!
Going for a walk
Natasha and Faustina going for a walk the mommy
They just can't resist a straw in our