The Children of Zion Village is a Christian home for orphans in the southern African nation of Namibia. It is located along the Zambezi River in the northeast corner of Namibia. Our children come from several different tribal and language groups.
The "village" opened in January, 2003 and is now home to 57 children. Most of the children have been placed in our care because they have lost their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles to AIDS.
Here the boys and girls receive love, nutrition, shelter, healthcare, academic, vocational and Bible education, and become part of one large Christian family. Our missionaries, volunteers, and Namibian staff work together to raise the children in our "village".



Our children had a number of days of activity as they celebrated Jesus' birthday. One day was set aside to have a party for our African staff members who work hard to care for our children and the facilities. Another day was spent with a group of our children traveling to town to visit and sing Christmas Carols at the local hospital. Christmas day was the day for the COZV family to enjoy together. The children were thrilled with receiving classroom computers, science dvds, and bicycles to share, and a shoebox of gifts for each child. The following day was spent with our children giving a party for the orphans from the nearby Mafuta Village. Each of these children received a small gift and enjoyed a feast with our COZV children. The celebrations were all filled with joy as the focus was on the greatest gift of all, the birth of Jesus, the son of God.

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