Lushomo was born in Mazabuka he is four-year-old.
Lushomo is the funniest young boy he loves life, he has as much fun in one day as he can. Lushomo came to the orphanage because his mother has HIV-AIDS and a disability and can not look after him. She lives in a village and hobbles a couple of kilometers then travels by bus to visit her son.
At the beginning of the school year, Lushomo kept saying he was going to school. The bus came and pick up the other children for school, Lushomo told us he was going to school, he went and put on a small bag I gave him for Christmas, took Elena by the hand and walked outside. I went to my office and looked out the window and saw him push himself through a small gap in the fence, he began to pull Elena through before I could get to him. When I asked him what he was doing he said he was going to walk to school to be with the kids. We fixed the small hole in the fence and gave him a school textbook and extra activities saying he could do school work at home. The smile on his face was priceless.
Lushomo is a deep thinker and has a loving gentle character.
Lushomo likes to play with our cat Tom, going for walks, playing in the garden and looking and playing with some of the wildlife.
Lushomo will start pre-school next year if he is ready.