Project Samuel is RFC Ministries’ youth revitalization project in the African nation of Zambia. It is located on 257 acres of land in Chibombo District in the Central province. It was incorporated in 2006 as a Zambian non-profit corporation.
Upon completion it will be one of the largest youth project in southern Africa serving the needs of 250 orphans. In addition, the project serves “at risk” youth in the villages and towns near its location in Chibombo District. Project Samuel also serves the adult population of those villages by teaching mechanized farming, health care, job training and parenting skills.
Project Samuel consists of Housing facilities for orphan care, Educational facilities, a Clinic and Hospice facility for children with terminal illnesses like AIDS. With more than 200 acres of arable farmland and an innovative approach to Aquaponics , Project Samuel is designed to be partially self supporting, growing traditional commercial crops on a working farm, raising produce vegetables and Tilapia, as well as poultry not only for consumption, but also as a funding source.