Anderson Kayange (18, left) and Hastings Moffat (15) both endured child labour from an early age due to hardship at home. Both are excelling in education and aspire to be a customs official (Anderson) and doctor (Hastings) after Tearfund partner LISAP intervened. The Livingstonia Synod AIDS Programme (LISAP) 'coordinates the HIV & AIDS activities of the Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian (CCAP) Synod of Livingstonia and mobilises and empowers communities to initiate and sustain HIV & AIDS interventions with a Christ centred spirit.' (LISAP website). Its Girls and Boys Empowerment Project funds increased access to education as an early intervention method to HIV/AIDS prevention.