The Mthunzi center in Lusaka was created together with the Koinonia Community, a non-profit organization based in Kenya, Zambia and Sudan. It was inspired by the Comboni missionary Father Renato Kizito Sesana who is committed to saving street children and adolescents from the streets. The Italian non-profit organization Amani immediately understood the importance of this choice and supported it. The welcoming of children has since become the heart of the activity and that first home, begun in the 1980s, is today the heart of the center, where dozens of children live and try to build a future through acrobatic gymnastics. Now, those ex-street kids are students, football players and great acrobats. They dedicate most of their afternoons to training, building human skyscrapers, one on top of the other, feet resting on their friend’s shoulders, aware of the importance of each link in the chain. They are communities, they are a team, they are young people who are living and who finally have future prospects.