Breaking Barriers: EVE project distributes 400 bicycles and 7,000 school bags to pupils in Namwala

Working with the Ministry of Education Zambia, World Vision Zambia, in partnership with the Education Above All Foundation and Forum for African Women Educationalist in Zambia (FAWEZA) recently distributed 7,000 school bags to 7000 pupils and 400 bicycles to 400 pupils in the 37 schools under the Empowering Vulnerable Children with Education (EVE) project in Namwala District of Southern Province.

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World Vision Zambia Declares Category 1 National Response for Cholera outbreak

World Vision Zambia Declares Category 1 National Response for Cholera outbreak, which has resulted in over 300 deaths and appeals for US$1,000,000. 

Context and Background  
Zambia has experienced increased incidences of cholera since January 2023, with the first cases reported in Vubwi, a town bordering Malawi. The situation was initially contained and declared closed on July 15, 2023.  

However, the country has seen a resurgence of cases reported in Lusaka, the capital, since October 14, 2023. As of January 10, 2024, 47 districts from nine of Zambia’s ten provinces reported cholera cases. Lusaka district of Lusaka province has recorded over 95% of the cumulative cases in the country.

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World Vision Donates Medical Supplies to Zambia's Ministry of Health worth $1,000,000 USD

World Vision Zambia has donated three 20-foot containers of medical supplies to Zambia's Ministry of Health. The supplies include 25 Electro Cardiogram Machines (ECG), Anesthesia Breathing Circuits, 300 Infrared Thermometers, 5,800 Covid-19 Testing Kits, Hospital Surgical Gowns, and Medical Gloves, among others.

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World Vision began working in Zambia in 1981 with three community development projects in Mkushi District of Central Province.

Children are at the heart of our work. Today, World Vision Zambia works in over 72 districts across ten (10) provinces to serve vulnerable children and communities in the country. With a workforce of over 500 professional staff, we work closely with communities, partners, and the Government of the Republic of Zambia to ensure vulnerable children live life in all of its fullness.

Through Area Programmes, World Vision’s interventions have addressed food insecurity issues, primarily through agriculture, water and sanitation, education, health, infrastructure development, livelihood and child protection in transforming the lives of vulnerable children, women and families.

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