Love Botswana Outreach Mission
Based in Maun and registered as a Trust in 1995, Love Botswana Outreach Mission works to transform individuals and communities through a variety of programmes.
Lorato House Rescue Centre is a child welfare institution licensed in 2009 that provides residential support and care for children living with disabilities who are 0-10 years old, and orphans and vulnerable children who are 0-5 years old.
Deaf Heart formed in 2016 to advocate for the rights of deaf people in job opportunities and education and has helped nearly 40 deaf youth obtain jobs.
Babelegi Mmogo promotes a unified community that raises children together. Love Botswana’s social workers lead support groups and trainings in parenting skills and the Children’s Act. Since 2013, the social workers have received more than 1,000 child protection cases and resolved more than half of them.
Reach4Life is a faith-based life skills programme delivered in junior secondary schools since 2005 that addresses issue specific to teens and young adults aged 12 to 25.
Metro World Kids sends teams of staff into primary schools to provide moral and life skills instruction that results in better grades and behavioural change.
Love Botswana also oversees The Village Church, a nondenominational gospel church with branches in 15 Okavango villages. The Church houses the Love Botswana Bible Institute, which equips people with ministry skills through practical theology studies.
Love Botswana’s programs are based in The Life Centre, which opened in 2012 to provide a place of safe recreation for young people. The Centre offers services for the community, including office space, a 2,000-seat auditorium, and conference rooms. The Centre also houses the newly-opened Lead Girl Digital Centre which promotes access to digital technologies by women and girls in rural areas.
Location: Maun, Botswana
Telephone/Fax: 686 0795
Postal Address: PO Box 299, Maun, Botswana