About Us

The Master Chimbala Foundation is a charity humanitarian organization working among children, youths and families in Zambia.

WHY
The Foundation

MCF acknowledges that human pain, suffering and perpetual decay of mother Earth continue to manifest. Our efforts seek with great guidance not to repeat efforts that are already delivered and  successfully yielding desired fruits among the same constituents. 

We are however inspired to venture into programs and activities that catapult transformational, comprehensive and sustainable interventions whether in education, lifestyles, culture, relationships, family stability, child welfare, mindsets, enterprise, personal development and in other ventures.

Our Vision

Our vision of the society is to see: 

Children, Youths, Families and Communities lead healthy, progressive, responsible, productive and sustainable livelihoods while nurturing nature towards ecological stability.

WHY & WHAT?

PURSUING THE EFFECT

The affairs of children and women must be dealt with at surgical depth and with strategic calculation. The Foundation’s existence seeks to contribute viable efforts towards making our world better for the futures of tomorrow. We also recognize that there must be ardent and effective responses exuded towards the challenges of our time, and also foster proactive innovative programs that prevent germination, repetition, perpetuity and perennial occurrence of pain, poverty, injustice, suffering and environmental degradation.

Some of our programs

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STOP Child Marriages

Gardens of Life

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Scouts Program

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Village Libraries

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Home Start Program

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Street Children Get Home

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Redemption for Sex Workers

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Job Connect

Life Rehab

Join us carry young people form the addictions of alcohol and drugs towards sobriety, health, education and enterprise.

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Education Support

Work with us to empower children and youths with education, entrepreneurship seeds, mentorship and coaching towards personal growth.

Amplifying Programs

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Street Kitchen
Food Program

Providing healthy meals and water to the hungry and thirsty homeless adults, street children and other highly economically challenged street dwellers.

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Family Support
Uplift Program

Helping struggling families with core necessities such shelter, food, health, access to water for their livelihoods, sustainability and family development.

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Street Children Back Home Program

Re-integrating Street Children into homes, families, communities, schools, faith guidance, access to health, child play, talents, skills and other key social linkages.

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Pixels of Pillars

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Alcohol & Drug Rehab

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Our Billion Trees

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Teen Safe Health & Lifestyle

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Support One Step

By supporting just one step we can together empower the individual and the family to carry their journey into sustainability and development. We are running the ‘Support One Step’ program in order to equip key pillars of families and communities. Our fundamental principle of support seats on indigenous capacities, self-exploration, hard-work, self-led-solutions and transformative empowerment.

Become a Partner Member

Join the Foundation and let us work together to effect a difference.

Children as young as 9 years old are drowning in alcohol and drug abuse. What else could be happening? Much more and worse! Help us support the journey of Children and Youths towards sobriety and personal change from drug addiction and alcohol abuse. 

Goal: $5500

Help us sustain the well-being of children and youths as we move them from the streets into safe homes, getting them into school and integrating them with vital community support systems, healthcare, clothing, livelihoods and sustenance.

Goal: $7000

Life Rehab Program

Addressing alcohol and drugs addictions and abuses among communities.