LIGHT Partnership builds and manages residential vocational centers for children that age out of the orphanage system. These children range between fourteen and twenty years of age and are mostly HIV positive. Our workers and volunteers help supply vocational and life-skill training in the homes we build. Our international program also has support from local villages and technical colleges. These local governments and schools play a large role in the education of the children. LIGHT Partnership is committed to standing with every child in our care as they transition to become a vital member of society.
LIGHT Partnership runs an after school mentor program for volunteers that want to work with at-risk or transition-aged school children in their own home town. Our mentors meet with their child for one hour after school each week to assist with college applications, life transitions and to be an advocate for them as they take the next steps in their life.