Our vision is to be the foundation that transforms and improves the quality of life of young people in our communities.
To promote enriched lives and bridge the gaps that exist to ensure sustainability and empowerment of vulnerable communities..
We believe that action is the only true way to create sustainable change. There is no action without sacrifice especially with our vision to mobilise change in our community. We operate outside our comfort zone to bring the change we want to see in our community.
All our projects are centered on this core value. This is why we deeply believe in the words of John Wesley "Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can."
Changing our communities means having the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. To function we make sure we possess honesty and strong moral principles that help us remain accountable and transparent to everyone who works with us.
To solve the problems in our communities, we adopt new bold ideas. We believe that our projects must be innovative to solve the biggest problems, and we urge our partners to do so as well. We thread innovation into all of our work.
While we engage in our projects we are driven by passion. Every member of the organization is passionate about seeing change in the areas we identify as lacking.
Mr Mwamba is the founder and executive Director of Lead Me Back Foundation. We believe in the words of Nelson Mandela “Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.”
Mr Gondwe is the chairperson of the Guardian for a Year Project. The project focuses on helping vulnerable children in Zambia have access to quality education unhindered. More than 100 children have benefited from the project so far.
Ms Nyirenda is the Lead for Sustainable Development Goal number 3 “Good Health and Wellbeing.”
Ms Kalisha is the Lead for Sustainable Development Goal number 4 “Quality Education." SDG 4.1 aims to ensure that “All boys and girls can have access to equitable, free and quality primary and secondary education by the year 2030."
Mr Mwale is the Human Resource secretary at Lead Me Back Foundation. Our team is made up of young professionals and undergraduates who sacrifice their resources, time and energy to drive impact in our communities.