OrphFund is a volunteer based organisation helping abandoned, orphaned and vulnerable children around the world, regardless of race or religion.
 
We run grass root, self sustaining, community projects, that provide shelter, nutrition, health care, support, education and training, ensuring all children have a happy and bright future.
 
Orphfund works within remote communities in some of the world's poorest countries. Our projects aim to reach out to vulnerable children who have been abandoned or orphaned and help provide them with shelter, education, care and support.
 
OUR CHILDREN'S VILLAGES
  • We create sustainable, empowering community centres in areas of great need.
  • A typical Orphfund project sees us develop a village within a village. We build traditional homes, primary schools, secondary schools, training centres, install water pumps, solar power and establish gardens and farms.
  • Our projects are often located in remote villages where aid, support and facilities for vulnerable children are lacking. This ensures we are helping children in great need and providing opportunities to communities for the very first time.
  • We run a thorough and detailed registration and interview process that involves the local community, together we work to make sure we help children in the most extreme need.
  • Each program is given a 2 year target to reach a self-sustaining level. Investment in farming and local enterprise allows locals to find employment as well as have ownership towards the success and longevity of the project.
  • We offer an intimate approach. We know the names of all the children we help, we know their needs and we regularly return to ensure improvements and standards are being met.
  • Pre-project visits are an essential precursor before we begin a partnership with a community. At this point, we assess existing local facilities, run interviews and develop plans and friendships. We feel this allows us to work in a partnership of trust and equality.
 
 
 

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OrphFund is a volunteer based organisation helping abandoned, orphaned and vulnerable children around the world, regardless of race or religion.
 
We run grass root, self sustaining, community projects, that provide shelter, nutrition, health care, support, education and training, ensuring all children have a happy and bright future.
 
Orphfund works within remote communities in some of the world's poorest countries. Our projects aim to reach out to vulnerable children who have been abandoned or orphaned and help provide them with shelter, education, care and support.
 
OUR CHILDREN'S VILLAGES
  • We create sustainable, empowering community centres in areas of great need.
  • A typical Orphfund project sees us develop a village within a village. We build traditional homes, primary schools, secondary schools, training centres, install water pumps, solar power and establish gardens and farms.
  • Our projects are often located in remote villages where aid, support and facilities for vulnerable children are lacking. This ensures we are helping children in great need and providing opportunities to communities for the very first time.
  • We run a thorough and detailed registration and interview process that involves the local community, together we work to make sure we help children in the most extreme need.
  • Each program is given a 2 year target to reach a self-sustaining level. Investment in farming and local enterprise allows locals to find employment as well as have ownership towards the success and longevity of the project.
  • We offer an intimate approach. We know the names of all the children we help, we know their needs and we regularly return to ensure improvements and standards are being met.
  • Pre-project visits are an essential precursor before we begin a partnership with a community. At this point, we assess existing local facilities, run interviews and develop plans and friendships. We feel this allows us to work in a partnership of trust and equality.
 

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