COVID-19 came to worsen the living conditions of many Mozambicans, especially those living under the poverty line. Most families rely on buying and selling goods in order to secure at least a meal per day. Orphans and vulnerable children are part of this population.
Since the beginning of the K&J Education Fund, MOF is thrilled to report that six students who were orphans have graduated from university and have gone on to achieve independent living! Another three students are still in school and will graduate soon, two in 2020, and one in 2021.
We are pleased to introduce you to our recent graduates!
What is sustainability anyway? What comes to mind when you hear the word “sustainability”? You’ve probably heard this word used casually by many charitable organizations and nonprofits. In reality, it’s often a complex term to understand. The dictionary defines sustainability as, “avoidance of the depletion of resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.” In […]
It’s been 10 years since we started this work, and because of your generosity, we’ve been able to do some amazing things. Here’s 10 reasons to celebrate Mozambique Orphanage Fund!! In 2009, MOF was founded by a group of individuals and churches who wanted to make a difference in the lives of orphans and vulnerable […]
After Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique earlier this year, the newly constructed buildings at the Dondo Orphanage suffered significant damage. This cyclone was one of the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect Africa and the Southern Hemisphere. We were blessed to hear that none of the children were wounded or killed, but the high winds […]
This is truly an exciting time for Mozambique Orphanage Fund (MOF). As many of you know, our organization has grown by leaps and bounds since our humble beginnings in 2009. Along with this growth has come an increase in work load and responsibilities, which now exceed what a strictly volunteer board can manage. Because of […]
We are very proud of Florencia and all that she has accomplished. We give thanks to God for making it possible.