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Kanyama compound is one of the poorest and most populated compounds in Zambia. Most of the students in our Faith Works School here would have no other way of receiving an education if it weren’t for Free Baptist Church.  These children come from very difficult backgrounds, so it’s no surprise that some ofthem struggle in school. With many students living on 2 meals a day, or less, lack of concentration because of hunger is an issue. Through donations of food from Stop HungerNow, the students at Free Baptist will now be receiving a meal at school every day. This will encourage attendance and help with concentration.
Our social workers came to Free Baptist to weigh and measure all the students in grades 1-3. Attendance and grades of these students will also be recorded. Through this data collection we will document how providing a daily meal will help these students physically as well as with their education. What a blessing this is for all involved!






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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