B.U.Z Orphan Care - The Baptist Union of Zimbabwe Orphan Care Programme operates under the Baptist Union of Zimbabwe which is a welfare arm of the church that was established in 1950 to carry out social services and development programmes in the community. The mandate of the programme is to do charity work, i.e. to take care of the underprivileged within the church, such as widows and orphans. Zimbabwe like many sub Saharan countries is burdened by the HIV/AIDS pandemic, as a result many of the orphans under our care are AIDS orphans and many of them are infected with the virus. For years the Baptist Church has been active in providing spiritual support and counseling to members who are infected with HIV/AIDS and contributing in many ways for children who have been orphaned as a result of HIV and AIDs, i.e lost their parents to AIDS.


To take care of the orphans holistically by developing them morally, mentally, physically, socially, spiritually, psychologically and emotionally. Reaching orphans for transformation in Christ in order to transform communities.



To empower orphans by feeding, educating, equipping and evangelising.