Transit Home and School update – July 2023

On 11 July 2023 we (Helen Ayles and Rosie Hutchinson) visited the Heal Project Transit House and then the School.  Helen lives and works in Lusaka, and Rosie is visiting from the UK. The Transit House is run by Jeannie Mulenga, seen here with Helen: Jeannie is currently looking after 32 children whose families are […]

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Heal Project Update December 2022

It is over 20 years since we first visited Zambia to see Helen (our daughter who is working in Zambia with 13 clinics dealing with HIV aids and TB) and we met Jeannie one of her patients who has HIV.   She was helping Jeannie get back on her feet after Jeannie’s husband had died […]

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Transit Home

We are currently looking after over thirty children who have no one to care for them. A few of them were badly mistreated following the loss of their parents, others were very sick. With help from donations they now have access to healthcare and are all attending school.

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                          We have our own garden where we grow vegetables to help provide us and the children with a healthy diet.    

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Learning Centre

The HEAL Project School is in a community on the outskirts of Lusaka called Ngombe. Over 350 children affected by HIV attend the school and receive lunch. They are either orphans or children with sick parents. With the help of our friends we have built classrooms and a kitchen, we have latrines and a well […]

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                          We produce a variety of arts and crafts for sale to provide money for our activities. We make handmade, badges, Christmas cards and can sew clothes or curtains to order. We also have postcards for sale.

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Latest News


Read how the charity started in both Zambia with Jeannies Story and then in the UK.

We also have a leaflet about the charity that you can download and distribute to help spread the word about us.

You can keep in touch with the project by visiting our Facebook and Twitter pages.