Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre

founder and director Angela Miyanda


Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre provides a loving home for about 60 children, many of them AIDS orphans – some who even tragically were born with the virus themselves – and more than 120 others in the local community living in extended families or foster care.


In its first year of operation, the school provided an education to 54 boys and 46 girls.
In 2015 and 2016, Bread and Water for Africa® provided financial assistance for the following:
  • The completion of the construction of a laboratory and pharmacy
  • purchase of a water tank
  • purchase of new equipment for the lab and construct housing for on-site staff
  • construction of a two-mile water line from a clean water source to serve both the clinic and the school
  • construction of two more classrooms and a laboratory at the school.


Current need: Funding for the operation of the orphanage, salaries for two teachers at the local primary school, and expanding fish farming project.

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