CoLaborers International assists indigenous-led groups abroad in serving their own communities while connecting U.S. college students with opportunities to serve in their field of study with these groups.
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Reaching Street Kids
- Food, Shelter & Health Care
- Education & Vocational Training
- Counseling & Mentoring
- Tracing Families
- Reintegrating into Family Life
- Self Help Groups
- Sustainable Income Projects
- Health Care Training
An average of 30 children are daily reached with food, care, hygiene, education, mentoring, sports and vocational training through Chisomo’s 2 facilities in Lusaka, Zambia.
Their social workers on staff reconnect street children with family members and help smooth the transition from street life back into famil life. Families are taught income generating activities so they are able to provide adequate care. Street children that cannot be placed in homes are put into boarding school to receive housing and education. Prevention efforts are undertaken in at-risk communities to support education of children, form self help groups and provide recreational outlets.
HOPE FOR INDIA
- Widow Outreach
- HIV/AIDS Medical Camps
The Hope for India Project supports an orphanage of disabled and needy children effected by HIV/AIDS. They provide basic care, education, mentoring, fun activities and a loving environment. These children are a part of CoLaborers International's child sponsorship program. Sponsor a child through your monthly financial support and exchange letters and pictures. Change a child's life forever by giving them a brighter future - click here!
Hope for India also provides care for widows that have lost their spouses to AIDS through visitation and providing foods and medicines. Workers regularly run HIV/AIDS medical camps in the urban and rural areas surrounding Tenali, A.P India.