There is widespread recognition of the urgency of addressing the problem of orphans and vulnerable children within the context of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. Many countries in collaboration with development agencies and non-governmental organizations have outlined policy guidelines and identified models of intervention. As a result, a considerable number of programs targeting OVC have been implemented in the past few years. However, there are very few which have been evaluated in order to establish sustainable best practice models, which can confidently be recommended for replication and scaling up to meet the rapidly growing need with regard to OVC. This study, therefore, tried to assess the status of the OVC support and its outcome and the findings will inform program managers to identify sustainable model that would improve the lives of OVC. The impact assessment report showed us the program is crucial for sustainable community based orphan support.