Somebody Cares Ministries is based on a Holistic Community Kingdom Transformation Model. This offers an opportunity for every member of a community to be a part of their development and future self-sustainability – breaking the generational cycle of poverty. The ministry does so through four primary focal areas and four additional focal areas.


  • Under-5 feeding programs in rural community Early Childhood Development Centres [ECDC]
  • Supporting child-headed homes in peri-urban and rural communities
  • Supporting 60 girls in Ming’ongo Secondary School
  • Capcity building for teachers and caregivers in Somebody Cares’ ECDCs

Family & Religion

  • Berean training for community pastors and other local church leaders
  • Youth empowerment and skills training
  • Caring for the elderly and widows
  • Women skills training
  • Marriage seminars
  • Grace Community Bible Training Centre [GCBTC]


  • Home-Based Care [HBC] for critical patients living with HIV/Aids and other chronic illnesses through recovered patients who now act as volunteers
  • Patient transport funds to collect ARVs
  • HIV support groups
  • Selenium and medication distribution | community pharmacies
  • Safe Motherhood health/family education and skills training for expecting and lactating mothers

Legal Framework

  • Trauma counselling for child and adult survivors of gender-based violence [GBV]
  • Partnering with hospitals, police, and judicial courts to seek justice for GBV survivors
  • Community awareness campaigns on issues of GBV, Rights of Children, and Rights of Women
  • Capacity building for traditional community leaders through Chief-to-Chief Training

Other Focal Areas

Agriculture & Environment
  • Home Gardens
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Reforestation
Business & Economy
  • Community Banking
  • Small Business Loans
  • Money Management/ Small Business Training
Roads & Infrastructure
  • Feeding/Community Centre Structures
  • Road Repair
Water & Sanitation
  • Boreholes
  • Pit Latrines/Toilets
  • Good Hygiene Training/Awareness
  • Water Preservation