Five of the Seven New Children Brought into A Child for All in 2020

In 2020 Malian non-profit, A Child for All (ACFA) was able to take in 7 vulnerable children who had been living on the streets of the capital, Bamako.  5 of the children are pictured here. They are all between the ages of 3 and 5.

Lisa Savitt is chair of the Board of ACFA which brings hope and a future to vulnerable children in Mali, West Africa –  Today, ACFA provides a home, nutrition, education and sports for 18 vulnerable children.  ACFA provides the children with the care and attention they deserve.  Before they came to ACFA, these children were living on the streets of Bamako, often not knowing where their next meal would come from.  When they come to live in one of the homes provided by ACFA, they are provided with clothes and food.  The older children are sent to school and become involved with sports. ACFA also provides vocational training such as bicycle repair, tailoring and hair braiding.  Soon after ACFA takes these children in, the children have dreams of becoming teachers, TV anchors or owning their own businesses.  These children finally know the stability and caring formerly missing from their lives.