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Zambia is a landlocked country in Sub-Saharan Africa with 14 million people living on less than $1 a day. It was a British colony until 1964. Zambia has one of the world’s fastest growing populations with the UN projecting that its population will triple by 2050. However, economic growth and foreign investment have failed to improve the lives of most Zambians, with two-thirds still living in poverty.



Re-activation of the Salvatorian Schools in Deepie Island and Jeremiah village

The project aims at rebuilding two schools in the villages of Jeremiah and Deepie Island located in the South of Zambia with a population of 1000 people. The main problems are poverty, lack of constant income, illiteracy and lack of access to electricity. The project intends to provide education to seventy-five children aged four to fourteen in Jeremiah and for seventy children aged five to fourteen on Deepie Island. There is a pressing need as there are no other schools available in the area.