MEM: Bob & Joanna Graham | South Africa Children’s Resiliency Project

Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for approximately 10% of the world's population, but 70% of all HIV-positive people live there.  In Botswana, Namibia, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe, current estimates show over 1 person in 5 between the ages of 15 and 49 is living with A.I.D.S.
Our Purpose is to...Build and completely furnish 3 bedroom homes at an estimated cost of $30,000 dollars a piece. Place 6 A.I.D.S. affected orphans into each home and provide their needs until they become adults at an estimated $10,000 a year per home. Place African parents or grandparents who wish to raise orphans into these homes. Help erect and staff a school for our orphans and other needy children in the community after the fourth year of the project's existence. Involve our children in community-based organizations. Build homes throughout South Africa under the leadership of national pastors and missionaries to house A.I.D.S.-affected orphans not located at the Children's Resiliency project.

The Grahams serve as missionaries and do not receive salaries or benefits from the Children's Resiliency Project.  
Contact Details
Baptist Bible Fellowship International
BBFI Missionary #1053
720 East Kearney
Springfield, Missouri 65803

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