Children’s Resource Center Construction Gallery

Employees standing in front of the construction site and inspecting the progress.


Since its’ establishment in 2004, the Children’s Resource Center (CRC) has provided refuge to more than 338 children who have experienced abuse, abandonment, trafficking, or the death of parents. We provide for their holistic needs: safety, nutrition, education, medical care (including HIV treatment), grief counseling, access to caring adults, skills training, and love. We also monitor all family relationships and, wherever possible, work to reunite these children with their families.

In January of this year, we started construction on new facilities: a boys dormitory, a girls dormitory, and a dining hall. This will allow us to expand our capacity at the CRC from 50 to 100 children. We look forward to moving into the new facility in a few weeks!

Women working construction alongside men in Zambia.

Brick making & women working construction! (A rarity in Zambia)

Footings dug in the dirt before cement has been added.

Digging footings.

Men in Zambia mixing cement while building the new Children's Resource Center.

Making cement.

Zambian workers pouring cement out of a wheelbarrow into the footings.

Pouring footings.

Zambian construction workers pouring cement footings in the dirt for the new buildings.

Pouring footings.

Zambian construction workers buildings walls at the new CRC.

Walls starting to go up!

Hydraform blocks next to the construction site as the walls of the buildings are going up.

The construction site with multiple buildings in view.

Walls of the new Children's Resource Center going up.

Progress being made.

Windows installed and walls going up in the new CRC.

Window and door frames installed.

The new Children's Resource Center in construction, the walls are up and roofs are starting to go in.

Aerial view of all three buildings.

Employees standing in front of the construction site and inspecting the progress.

Inspection before roof installation.

Josephine, Phillip, the construction manager, and the building inspector standing in front of construction site.

The team left to right: Arnold the inspector, Piers the contractor, Phillip the surveyor, and Josephine our Country Director.

Phillip staking out the property for future developments.

Phillip staking out new construction projects, stay tuned…


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