New Day Children's Welfare in Zambia

Unverified non-profit organisation

New Day Children’s Welfare (NDCW) is a Zambian Christian Charity established with a focus on serving Orphaned and distressed Children in Zambia. This is a program managed by professionals on a mission to raise resources with people of the same goals, and support the targeted children in dire need of Food, Clothes and Education. It is a Zambian Program born to change the lives of Children in need holistically (Physically, Spiritually & Emotionally).
Our core tasks are to:
Mobilise resources for the welfare of Children in Zambia
Establish a stable framework that supports children in need
Account to Regulators and Sponsors on all progress on the Children.

We are here to help Children break the cycle of Poverty!

We are a Christian Program intended to improve the welfare of Orphaned Children and those in distress by providing Food, Clothes and Education/ Empowerment until they graduate from the Program

Cell: Our main line: +260 979 202 577.

Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Participant in relevant networks

We have critical areas on which you can team up with us and make the work sustainable include: 1. the New Day Voice of Children in need Quarterly Journalthat will involve Corporates as we share our story; to be distributed in Lusaka, Southern, Central, Eastern, Copper belt and North Western Provinces in Zambia! 2. The Production of Avanut Peanut Butter; a project yet to be established to involve mothers that are unemployed. 3. the Child Sponsor International Conference that will enable the Sponsors to attend and meet their ‘Children’. All proceeds from the above activities go to the welfare of Children

Further information

About this organisation

Partnership types

Project funding; Provision of services / personnel; Provision of goods

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Zambia

Global issues

Community development; Financial accessibility and management

Goods categories

Books & audiovisual; Educational; Sports & recreation; Transportation

Business sectors

Community and social services; Education and training; Finance