Prevention and Control of COVID 19, Zambia

Project Leader:

Sister Mary Chilengwe

The local congregation of The Sisters of the Child Jesus operate health institutions, schools, and orphanages. To run all of these institutions, the Sisters have embarked on farming as the source of income. As a congregation they are facing the challenge of not having sanitizers, protective clothes to use when attending to people who are affected with this virus. The people there have no masks, sanitizers to use to prevent getting sick or getting the medical attention. Feeding is also a challenge because people cannot go to work in order to help stop the spread. These restrictions oppress the people even more as they cannot go out to earn a living to feed families. People turn to the convent for help, medicine, and food. The farm needs fridges to store fresh food like chickens and fish in order to distribute accordingly. Please consider helping the Sisters so that they may accomplish many tasks and help vulnerable communities.

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$4,295

of $5,000 raised



Jean donated $50.

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M Jeffrey donated $25.

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Annmarie donated $100.

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Edward donated $50.

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Father David donated $100.

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Jerry donated $50.

What your donation can do!

  • $50 helps feed two families of four
  • $100 help buy pain medicine and basic first aid kits
  • $250 helps buy masks and gloves for community
  • $500 helps with operation and travel to outskirts


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Many people in the villages are not aware of the pandemic. Therefore your donation will help in teaching them how deadly the disease is especially here in Zambia where so many people are dying.



2 days ago

Dear our Donors, May the all mighty God bless you for your generosity. The donations will really help many sick and vulnerable people.



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