In October of 2008, Africa Heartwood Project established the Refugee Orphan Home at Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana, Africa. In 2012 the Home children and staff members were repatriated to Liberia, and in 2013 the Heartwood Halfway House was created for young adult orphans to prepare for independent living. In 2017 the orphanage was transitioned into a more sustainable orphan support program we call SPOCK (Support Program for Orphans in Care of Kin), where 150 ebola orphans receive full time family care in the homes of extended family members, with financial support from Africa Heartwood Project. There are more orphan families in need of food support, education, and medical care. We can expand our program with additional contributions from our donor family.