Zambia Mission Fund

Revealing Jesus Through Education, Humanitarian Service, and Christian Leadership

Hunger is Real in Zambia

MANA comes to Zambia

Namwianga Mission recently received a welcome boost to local food relief efforts. MANA, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending malnutrition, sent an entire shipment of nutritional supplements. The shipping container arrived on March 22, and workers unloaded 900 cases of Ready-to-Use Supplementary Food (RUSF), a product designed to help children ages 6 months to 5 years who are malnourished.

Distribution of the 135,000 packets/meals will begin soon under the direction of Namwianga’s Food Relief Coordinator Wilson Siazilo. “We are so thankful the MANA container arrived,” said Ellie Hamby, Zambia Mission Fund board member. “It came at a good time because there are areas all around Namwianga that did not receive enough rain this season. There is going to be hunger for many more months."

MANA learned about the need in Zambia through student and faculty fundraising efforts at Harding Universitya. MANA offered to give supplements equal to twice the dollar amount of donations given, and they then provided free shipping.

Thank you, MANA, for helping to feed the hungry in Zambia! Find out more about MANA at

About Our Organization

Zambia Mission Fund oversees the work of Namwianga Mission, a 6,000-acre center for education, evangelism, and humanitarian aid in the Southern Province of Zambia. Namwianga is home to George Benson Christian College of Education, Namwianga Christian Secondary School, Namwianga Zonal Health Center, Namwianga Christian Radio, Zambia Medical Mission, and The Haven In-Home Orphan Care. Zambia Mission and Namwianga are affiliated with the Churches of Christ.

"Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness."

— 2 Corinthians 9:8 —


Zambia Mission reaches out to those who need it most.