Home-based Care (HBC)
The main task of "Senanga Home Based Care" is support and care for chronically ill patients in the form of moral and psychosocial support, especially for PLWHA-patients ("people living with HIV/aids") and for people suffering from tuberculosis (TB). Support is also provided in the form of supplementary food. In addition the local communities are being made aware of HIV, aids and TB related issues by means of drama. Senanga Home Based Care is caring for about 600 patients. This is done by 20 volunteers. Part of their training expenses has been paid by Zambridge. New bicycles for transport have been provided.

Some of the patients who use AIDS medication have enlisted as volunteers. They have also started a business in second-hand clothes. With the revenues generated they can buy food and pay school fees for their children. The Zambridge Foundation provided the start-up money for this activity.

With the help of funds raised by Zambridge a toilet block has been constructed next to the building of HBC.

With support from the Wild Geese in 2021 a Youth Friendly Corner has been established where advice is given about youth and health problems. This is done in cooperation with the schools.