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Stories of Changed Lives

Learn more about the children and lives being impacted in Zambia through the work of African Vision of Hope. The blog covers a variety of topics each and every week.

It is a great way to be in the know on what is going on in the lives of the children, the schools, and the communities being served by African Vision of Hope.

Malaria Has a Name

Malaria Has a Name

Last year, Rebecca (far right, in the blue jumper dress) and her friends posed for this picture. Three days later, she got a headache. The next day, she died. That is how fast malaria robs children of their lives.

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From Crippling Sickness to Computer Studies

From Crippling Sickness to Computer Studies

Meet 25-year-old Nobert, an African Vision of Hope graduate, and Child Sponsorship/IT Support team member at our Zambian office. Once a child living in the streets, crippled by tuberculosis, Novert now uses his talents and skills in technology to protect and rescue children just like him.

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Prayer Requests from a Seminary Student

Prayer Requests from a Seminary Student

Pictured: Alexander, a sponsored seminary student, with his wife, Beatrice, and four of his children in front of the Seminary he attends.

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Gabriel is Proving Poverty Wrong

Gabriel is Proving Poverty Wrong

Poverty tells children they have no purpose, no possibilities, no potential, and no hope.

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How God Used Gayla

How God Used Gayla

Pictured: Gayla and her daughters at the Girls House of Hope Rescue Home.

When you go on a mission trip to Zambia, you never know how God will use you to touch the lives of the children and families you encounter – or how God will use THEM to touch YOUR life.

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“What God has Joined Together”

“What God has Joined Together”

“Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.” – Mark 10:9

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Sew Empowered

Sew Empowered

Meet Tabitha, Joyce, Sophia, and Dolly. Together, they make up the African Vision of Hope Sewing Team. This growing and flourishing ministry focuses on empowerment and providing jobs.

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From Child Labor to Law Student

From Child Labor to Law Student

Kennedy has lived a very complicated life.

When Kennedy was only in the 2nd grade his father and three of his siblings passed away. Trying to live on a $1 per day salary, Kennedy’s widowed mother struggled to provide for the family and made the difficult decision to send Kennedy and his siblings to live with their grandparents. Shortly after, both grandparents passed away and Kennedy was sent to live with an uncle in a rural village.

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