Chiphoola Children’s corner formalizes the care of children where families, for whatever reason, are unable to provide all the support they need.
Chiphoola Children’ s Corner is also a focal point which ensures referrals between service providers. With support from Carl and Eloise Pohlad family Foundation
At Chiphoola Children’ s Corner children aged 6 to 18 years old especially orphans and other vulnerable children , are given holistic care, support and protection.
With financial support from the Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation , chiphoola Children’s Corner follow to key components like the provision of psychosocial care and support and the active participation of children in all Children ‘ s Corner activities from planning and evaluation and in relevant activities within the wider community
Incorporating an ongoing process of meeting children’s physical, emotional, social, mental and spiritual needs , all of which are considered to be essential elements for meaningful, positive human development.
Linking all Orphans and other vulnerable Children interventions and because both children and volunteers learn about child rights at the corner, they can be influential in schools as well as in the community at large.
The center enable children to discover and sharpen their talents, gain a sense of self worth and learn teamwork and respect for others.
The center integrate children into society, regardless of socioeconomic or other status
With financial support from Carl and Eloise Pohlad family Foundation, the center build capacity of volunteers to provide psychosocial care and support to orphans and other vulnerable children.
With financial support from Carl and Eloise Pohlad family Foundation ,Children’ s physical needs are met, when necessary, orphans ans other vulnerable children are given clothing and blankets.
At the age of eight children are taught traditional skills such as making local mats, baskets, brooms, combs by volunteers and local artisans.
Meeting physical needs for orphans and other vulnerable children.
Occasionally children themselves acquire blankets and share them with orphans and other vulnerable children in the community who need help with financial support from Carl and Eloise Pohlad family Foundation.
Children also carry out charity work and help their peers and other vulnerable children of the community.
Play and recreation materials being purchased with financial support from Carl and Eloise Pohlad family Foundation
An interesting and stimulating environment that is safe for young children.
Mr William Malinda and Borniface Bongwe happy and excited with the support they gets from Carl and Eloise Pohlad family Foundation