LifeLine/ChildLine is a key implementing partner of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and receives funding support from the President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through USAID. LifeLine/ChildLine’s pioneering work to improve the lives of Namibia’s children paved the way for the first ever national toll-free Child Helpline, 116. The services provided at the new center form part of a protection program supported by USAID which aims to create a safety net for children that have been abused or are in danger of being violated. The center will provide face-to-face counseling services for adults and children, and will also host a new sexual and reproductive health information system which young people can access anonymously (supported by the US Embassy and the Peace Corps). Outreach for school interventions on topics such as suicide will also be conducted. Soon, an online chat and counseling service will be added to the new facility.