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Rafiki Foundation  |  God's Word at Work
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Get to know an orphan or community student in need of your support. Orphans receive all the care a parent would provide their child. Day students receive a scholarship to our classical Christian school and two meals a day. All day students have been assigned aliases and less information is provided to protect their families. Join us in cultivating a multitude of Godly contributors in Africa today!
Andrew
Before arriving at the Rafiki Village Malawi in 2008, Andrew was a double orphan living with his impoverished aunt who only survived off the...
Benjamin
Benjamin came to the Rafiki Village Malawi with his younger brother Watson after the death of their parents in 2007.
Philemon
Day students are children in need from the communities surrounding the Rafiki Villages who attend our Rafiki Schools with full scholarships or...
Valante
Valante's mother died of complications while giving birth to him, and his father died shortly after her.
Jeremiah
Before Jeremiah arrived at the Rafiki Village Tanzania in 2011, he lived at a children's home in Moshi for four years with no known family.
Kalkidan
Kalkidan was abandoned at a very young age, so his elderly grandparents cared for him.
Judith
After Judith’s mother passed away in 2006, she was placed in the care of her grandmother, who could not provide for her basic needs.
Betty
Both of Betty’s parents died when she was young. Her mother contracted cerebral malaria, and her father died in a car accident.
Michelle
Day students are children in need from the communities surrounding the Rafiki Villages who attend our Rafiki Schools with full scholarships or...
Patricia
Due to his own medical issues, Patricia's father could not provide for her basic needs after her mother's death.
Naomie
Naomie was living with her mother in Burundi when her mother became ill and died.
Kefas
Kafes’s father died a few months before he was born, and his mother died when he was two years old.