Open your heart – Be generous and kind to the weak and poor. The purple heart symbolizes a sensitive, understanding, and compassionate love. Ipalo Foundation is all about love, compassion, and understanding of the weak and needy in society.
Ipalo foundation is a non-governmental organization providing support to alleviate the plight of people living with epilepsy, widows/ers, and youths by formulating programs for specific challenges they face mentally and physically.
A world that neither discriminate’s against people living with epilepsy nor neglect the poor in society, but believes in oneness (ubuntu).
Open your Heart
The purple heart – symbolizes a sensitive, understanding, and compassionate love. Ipalo Foundation is all about love, compassion, and understanding of the weak and needy in society.
Our SDG Aligned Goals
Goal 3: Good Health and Well-being.
We provide support physically and mentally for persons living with Epilepsy and we promote Nutrition to sick children.
Goal 4: Quality Education.
Every child and youth deserve a chance to quality education. We provide scholarships to underprivileged / orphaned youths and children.
Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals.
We are building partnerships with health professionals, learning institutions and the widow’s forum to achieve these sustainable development goals that are aligned with our mission.
IPALO Foundation News
Meet Rejoice, one of the persons living with epilepsy and supported by Ipalo foundation program for the epileptic. She has been epileptic for 26 yrs now. Here is what she says in her own words. Thank you, our donors and partners, for helping us to give hope to the...
These amazing girls will be called Angel A and Angel B for security reasons. Angel A is 12 years old, and Angel B is 9 years old, they are cousins and both doing grade 4 under the Ipalo Foundation scholarship program in Lusaka, Zambia. Angel A’s mother is epileptic,...
Meet Febby, a 1st-year student nurse at Zambia Institute for Medical and Psychological Studies ZIMPS Lusaka, Zambia under the Ipalo Foundation scholarships program. She has been consistent in updating us on her progress and sharing her happy moments with all her...