Adziwa Orphan’s Ministry

ADZIWA, meaning ‘He knows’ in one of the Malawian languages (Chichewa), is a positive expression of hope in God for the future of orphans.

For I know the thoughts that I think towards you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.”

Jeremiah 29:11

Recognizing that a child is the product of his or her environment, the vision of the ADZIWA CCBC Ministry is to provide comprehensive integrated community based care for the orphaned children by influencing their total environment; thus enhancing their potential to fulfill their life’s God-ordained purposes.

Our Goal

To improve the welfare of orphans and their families in the peri-urban and rural communities of Lilongwe, the Capital City of Malawi.

Overall Objectives

  • To strengthen the ability of families and communities to provide improved care for the orphan children in the areas of nutrition and health.
  • Provide high quality primary education and secondary education to Orphans and vulnerable children in Kauma (the high density area where ADZIWA is located).
  • To prevent further spread of HIV and AIDS by increasing knowledge and influencing behavior change of the students and community members.
  • To develop a model of good practice, faith-based, integrated, community-based, orphan care support and HIV/AIDS prevention program that can be replicated elsewhere in any peri-urban or rural community in Malawi.

Our Strategy

  1. To work in partnership with local churches in community as the entry point into the community and as the agents for change
  2. Partnering with other churches in Malawi and other countries
  3. To take care of the orphaned child in the context of the extended family unit
  4. To run sustainable and community based development approaches to service
  5. To have a biblical model of orphan care and support that integrates the spiritual component in all aspects of care and support.

Specific Ministry Programs

    Educational Program:

  • Adziwa Private Christian Primary and Secondary School;
  • School fees support for Orphaned and vulnerable Secondary students from the Kauma community.
  • School Feeding and Nutrition Activities
  • Health Screening and Hygiene Education Activities
  • Christian Education

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Project Rahab

Project Rahab started in 2008 with 15 commercial sex workers(CSWs) following a church leadership vision to reach out to them. We believe that CSWs can be redeemed and used mightily by the Lord and therefore, Project Rahab reaches out to CSWs of all ages within Lilongwe and beyond.
Our objective is to employ a redemptive Christ centered approach to the prevention of HIV/AIDS among CSWs with spiritual and economic empowerment programs in order to prevent them from becoming infected as well as to reduce the spread of HIV. Since tits inception many women have dedicated themselves to the Lord are carrying out businesses with church sponsorship and have been provided with basic necessities.
Rahab is now a structured 12 month program that will focus on learning the word of God, working on our self-esteem and growing in Christ. We have redesigned the Rahab Ministry so that we are helping you to produce fruit in your life for the Lord. As you have all accepted Christ as your Savior, you now belong to the Lord. The Lord has very specific ideas on how He wants us to live.

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Youth and Young Adults

Most of the programs of The Movement are aimed to teach Youth how to grow in their faith by providing them with outreach opportunities providing worship gatherings and discipleship opportunities.

We also try to help the youth practically live out their faith and provide a forum where they can develop their gifts And talents.

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Christian Heritage School

Capital City Baptist Church established Christian Heritage School with the aim of reversing the cycle of poverty in lives of the next generation by giving children from economically disadvantaged families access to high quality education based on Christian values. The school also gives admission to children from families that are economically able to pay full school fees.

CHS operates on the following principles: Provide high quality Christ-centered education. Employing only qualified Christian teachers. Having no more than 25 children per teacher Giving equal attention to all children regardless of their socio-economic background. A curriculum that is oriented towards life skills and is internationally recognized. A policy of equal gender enrollment.


Fifty percent of the children who attend Christian Heritage School come from economically disadvantaged families. It costs $300 to keep each of those children in CHS. We appeal to well-wishers to sponsor a child/ children so that together we help break the vicious cycle of poverty upon their lives. The other fifty percent of the children are from families that are able to pay their fees.

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King’s Pantry

“And the king will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’

Mathew 25 v 40.

The King’s pantry has been and will continue helping children and their guardians at Kamuzu Central Hospital (malnutrition ward). Once in a month a team of dedicated members of CCBC visits this ward and brings food and other items to the hospital.

When they go to the hospital they share the gospel of Jesus Christ with the guardians and pray for the children before distributing the gifts. We do accept donations from people who want to give directly to this very important ministry of feeding the poor.

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