Our primary area of focus is placing AIDS affected and infected orphaned and vulnerable children with qualified, trained foster or adoptive families in their birth country. Our responsibility begins with recruiting, screening, training and monitoring of the family and the children. Our goal is to equip the children and the families who are a part of COPM to be self-sufficient, contributing members of society. Our projects include:
- Talitha-Kumi Christian Academy is registered by the Namibian Ministry of Education to operate as a lower and upper Primary school which is grades 1-7
- House of Grace – crisis pregnancy center
- Jochebed’s Hope – placement for young, unwed pregnant girls
- Naomi’s Hope – foster care program
- Hannah’s Hope – adoption program
Through each of these non-profit outreaches, we assist with the impact that HIV / AIDS has on a nation that is in the top six countries most affected by the HIV / AIDS virus.
We believe that preparing each child academically as well as spiritually will enable these orphaned and vulnerable children to become strong leaders who will help turn their country around.
COPM aims to extend God’s care for the orphaned, fatherless and vulnerable children by implementing a foster care model that will be effective and transferable to various communities and cultures.
We believe that it is our calling to care for the spiritual and physical needs of the outcast and the disadvantaged, especially as it relates to the orphaned and vulnerable children around the world within the context of a family.