Our Lady’s Hospice in Lusaka was established in 2001 to provide palliative care for HIV/AIDS and cancer patients, as the public hospitals are overflowing with terminally ill patients. Through faith, patients are helped to come to terms with their illness, and to renew hope for living with a certain quality of life until death. These days, the hospice is offering a more holistic approach to palliative care that includes ART and paediatric care. Four Catholic Religious Congregations are involved in its administration, including the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood, the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, the Dominican Sisters, and St. Patrick’s Missionary Society. It depends entirely on donations. The hospice can be found on Kamloops Road in Kalingalinga.