Building Infrastructure

The orphan care project began as a grass thatched shed on a piece of land. In 2008 a storage building was begun but not completed due to lack of funds. In 2009, a generous donation was received from Mr. Bob Enskat for a meeting hall to be constructed.

There were some leftover supplies so the storage building was completed. In 2011, the storage house was converted into a coop for chicken.

After a capital improvement fundraiser in 2012, funds were raised for well to be dug and a kitchen to be constructed.

In July, 2012, the kitchen was built.

The well was dug in early 2013. This infrastructure was made possible through donations.

The kitchen was doubled in size in 2015 thanks to Joy Lutheran Church in Winnipeg, Canada.11922061_10203476185624741_1369289798_n




KOCM would like for the future infrastructure to include a house for a watchman and visitors, a school, a skills center and a medical clinic.

Any donation amount will continue to help build the infrastructure needed to care for the orphans of the Kanyenyeva area.