“Build School Classrooms for 120 children in rural Zambia and help pull children out of cycle of poverty.Busangu Primary School located in the Namwala district provides quality education for children who do not have walking access to schools in the area.

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The Baobridge school project supports children of low levels of literacy, challenged with food depravation and poor nutrition.  The community has managed to raise funds on their own to the first phase of their projects and we now appeal to you to help us support them complete the schools.

BUSANGU SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECTBusangu Primary SchoolLink http://busangu.zambianschools.com/

The Busangu Primary School is located on the Kafue River, Southern Province, Zambia.  Busangu is a fishing village three miles north of Maala Village in the Chief Mungaila chiefdom.  The nearest town

In July 2010 a committee was formed to fundraise to build a primary school in Busangu that would cater to the growing population of children needing an education. The previous situation forced children to walk three miles to and from school each day to nearby Maala Primary School.
Project to date:
Since 2010 the committee has successfully completed its first building at a cost of $ 25,000 housing two classrooms. We are inviting donations to assist us complete the primary school.
We require funds for:
– Physical improvements classrooms, staff housing and a well
– School books and school supplies
Phase Description Projected Costs Actual Cost Year Completed
Phase I Build Administration Office and 2 Classrooms $ 20,000 $ 25,000 2010 Administration Office and 2 classrooms complete
Phase II Build 4 Classrooms, Latrines, Meeting Room, Storage Room, Well, 2 Staff Houses $ 60,000 $60,000 2016
Phase III Build 1 Classroom, Library-Multi-Purpose Room $ 45,000 $ 45,000
Phase IV Build Science/Computer Room 2 Staff Houses $ 45,000 $ 45,000
Siakabamba Primary School, Sinazongwe, Zambia
Siakabamba Primary School is situated in Sinazongwe District which lies 245 kilometers south east of the capital city Lusaka, Zambia. The district lies along Lake Kariba. Historically the community in the area was resettled during the construction of the Kariba Dam.

The Siakabamba community had no school until the community with the help of W.V.I. constructed a 1 x 2 classroom block in 2011. The completed 1 x 2 classroom block caters for grades 1-4 with the rest of the children being taught in outdoor thatched classrooms.

We are seeking donations to build 1 x classroom block for grades 5-7, two staff houses, 4 latrines and school equipment and supplies.