2016 Trip to Lesotho

In April 2013 a group of 12 people from Liberty Church travelled to Lesotho, Africa to carry out much needed renovations at the Pulane Children’s Centre. While in the Pulane Children’s Centre this group managed to greatly impact the living conditions of over 90 children who call the centre their home.

2013 Team

2013 Trip Highlights

Having witnessed first-hand the need for continued improvement and support, Liberty Church are determined to continue supporting the Pulane Children’s Centre by organising a return visit to the centre in May 2016. The Pulane Children’s Centre cares for over 90 children aged from 2 -18 years of age who have been orphaned as a direct result of the HIV/Aids epidemic which grips the country, Over 220,000 orphaned children live in Lesotho. 130,000 of them have lost one or both parents to AIDS. While our 2013 trip focused predominantly on construction, this time around we are increasing the number of volunteers to 20 so as to continue with the much needed building repairs and development while also having the capacity to deliver youth programmes and supports.

Food Hall Project

Walkway Project

All members of this team are required to raise travel and material costs through fundraising events and activities. If you would like to support this project you can do so by making a donation below. All members of the Hope for the Orphan mission team along with Liberty Church would like to thank you in advance for your support, while assuring you that your contribution will have a direct impact on the lives of the children living within the Pulane Children’s Centre.

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You can read more about Hope for the Orphans and our journey in Lesotho by following some of the links below