Ndola is one of the largest cities in Zambia. It is linked by road and rail to the capital, Lusaka, and to Livingstone. The city has an estimated population of 925,726, with more than fifty percent of the population living in household poverty.
High household poverty in Ndola has denied many children access to quality education. The back-to-school season for most families becomes a tradeoff between putting food on the table or taking their children back to school. In most situations, the girl child is usually disadvantaged
In line with our objective to speared head access to quality education for vulnerable communities, we have partnered with four schools in Ndola to make sure children have full school uniforms, school bags school books, pens, and pencils. The schools we have partnered with are:
There are many vulnerable children we have interviewed that still need our help. We may not be able to change everything, but we can start with the basics, and the basics make a world of difference. Would you be able to join us on this noble cause by becoming a Lead Me Back Guardian to help these future engineers, artists, teachers and athletes (the list goes on) have a solid foundation?
Register to be a Guardian and put a child through School.