In the township of Chinotimba, Zimbabwe, an area with a 40% HIV infection rate, a local lady Sima Moyo has opened her doors to look after the local orphaned children.
Along with adopting a few of the children herself, she has set up a charity called Rose of Charity and welcomes almost 40 more children into her home. They come a few times a week for love, attention and a sense of security and belonging, as well as food, drink and sometimes even chocolate cake.
The orphanage also encourages them to go to school, helping them raise funds even find sponsors for schooling and medical bills, in the hope of giving them the choices in life we so often take for granted.
Over time they have developed and grown a vegetable garden behind the house and formed a drumming group, a theater group and even a majorette troupe.
Sima and the charities biggest aim is to help each child to become self-sufficient and see a future they can look forward to.