Chombo takes care of:
Basic needs (housing, food, clothes)
School education (school fees, school books, transport, school uniform),
Medical care (doctor and hospital fees, prevention e.g. against malaria),
Parental care, guidance, (Malawian house mothers, Christian principles, leadership, Malawian traditions).
Chombo Children's Home was founded by Pastor Eduard and Ursula Wendland. Chombo Mission is registered as a church organization in Malawi. Chombo first opened its doors for children in 2005.
The children's foster home in Chirimba, Blantyre aims to help Malawian orphans and destitutes on a long-term basis. The aim is to provide a permanent home, a stable environment, as well as a basic health care and food security.
Pastor Wendland commented: "I would like to thank all that have supported me throughout the years. Special thanks to all Malawian and German friends that provided support in the concept and building phases of this project. My wish is that this project will make a difference in the lives of many Malawian children in the years to come."