Njamba

Njamba

Child ID ZM0710009
  • Gender Male
  • Country Zambia
  • Birthday 8/17/2002
Njamba lives with his mother and 2 brothers in a small shack with a plastic tarp roof and no plumbing or electricity. His father died when he was an infant and his mother sells groundnuts to make enough to provide one meal every day or two. Njamba is a good student but is in poor health because of nutritional deficiencies and sanitation challenges. He loves making toy cars and playing soccer.
  • $39.00 - Monthly
  • $117.00 - Quarterly
  • $234.00 - Semi-Annually
  • $468.00 - Annually

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  • Enjoy contributing to special Treat Funds for Christmas and birthdays
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