About the Mumba Children's Project
The Mumba Children’s project was initiated in August 2004, by Hildah Mulenga, after having lost her son in an accident, where he was run down by a car while riding his bicycle, and later died from his injuries. To cope with the grief of the loss of her child Hildah decided to form a charity in his memory.
It is Hildah’s and the charity’s hope to encourage, support and enable the community and Africans in diaspora, living in but not limited to Southend, to come together through one voice.
Mumba Children’s project is a fully inclusive organisation and membership is open to all who have an interest in supporting the charity regardless of race, religion or ethnicity.
To facilitate and support the needs of the Children in Africa but not limited to Mpongwe, Zambia; by providing them with at least one meal per day, clean water, education and health.
We therefore welcome those well wishers to support our aims and objectives.
The starting point of our vision is to be able to build from scratch the Mumba Children's Project Centre in Mpongwe, Zambia, which includes the construction of several buildings from the school where the children of Mpongwe, will do their primary and secondary school educations in a safe clean environment while they have access to clean water, healthcare and be provided with at least a meal per day. To the kitchen and Dining room, building for the young people to get involved with enterprise projects so that they can help to raise themselves out of poverty and more.
Registered Charity Number: 1140653
Director: Hildah Mulenga
Secretary: Washington Ali
Trustee: David Goodliff
Trustee: Vally Kitenge