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Love Botswana

Maun, Botswana

Make An Impact in A Childs life

About Love Botswana

Education

Love Botswana develops students' full potential through faith-based education in our international school and supplemental learning programs.

HIV Care & Prevention

Love Botswana provides HIV care and prevention through youth abstinence clubs and a rescue center for abandoned babies and vulnerable children.

Economic Empowerment

Love Botswana empowers families and communities in poverty to develop self-sustainability through skills training and micro-enterprise development.

Spiritual Development

Love Botswana equips Christian leaders for ministry through church plants, a Bible training school, evangelistic outreaches, and discipleship programs.

Love Botswana History

Founded in 1988, Love Botswana develops leaders for Africa through education, HIV/AIDS care and prevention, economic empowerment and spiritual development.

With a multi-cultural staff of over 120, and reaching over 10,000 people each month in northwest Botswana, Love Botswana Outreach Mission has made—and continues to make—a significant contribution to the development and transformation of Southern Africa.

Jerry and Jana’s shared passion for Africa and unmistakable call from God led them to move to Maun, Botswana in 1988. There they pioneered Love Botswana Outreach Mission, which has grown over the past 25 years into the largest non-government organization in the nation of Botswana.

WorldPIx is happy to partner with Love Botswana in their mission to develop leaders in Africa.

Purchasing a print from WorldPix enables WorldPix to provide financial support to Love Botswana, helping these children receive an education and prepare them for adulthood with a future.

For a one of kind experience, Love Botswana also offers volunteer opportunities to work onsite with the organization and the children. 

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