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Cheers to Kevin and Welcome to Everisto!

Most of you know Kevin. He has been the go-to person for the Christian Alliance for Children in Zambia for 7 years. The past few months he's been serving as our communications coordinator. Now, he and his wife and son are leaving Africa to go to Calvin College in Michigan. We will greatly miss Kevin and all that he added to the children and families we touch.

We have found a wonderful young man—Everisto Mulenga—to replace Kevin in the field. He will go along with the Milk & Medicine crew each month to document in pictures and stories what happens in the various compounds. He will visit and get to know not only the families we work with but the nurses and caregivers of the children as well. He will also take over the communications responsibilities by taking pictures and writing stories of the people who are being helped by the Milk & Medicine program so all of us can keep in touch with the children we help. And wouldn’t you know it…his passion and schooling is in journalism! Everisto has worked with CACZ for over 5 years first as a driver, then as assistant to the principle of Helen DeVos Christian High School, and now as our liaison in the field.  We are all excited to see how God uses his talents to make a difference in the lives of the children we serve.





Our Mission
To demonstrate the Love of Jesus Christ by bringing orphans and abandoned children into secure families, schools, and communities.

Our Purpose

  • Rescuing children who would otherwise die
  • Empowering families to care for their children 
  • Facilitating adoptions when there is no family
  • Working alongside the Zambian people assisting them in caring for their children and rebuilding their nation
  • Helping churches educate children so they may grow up to lead families, communities, and country
  • ACE is not political, dogmatic, denominational, or partisan. We maintain very low costs of operations, exemplary by all standards. We have made significant progress, yet the need is still great.



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