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World Vision Zambia Launches Strong girls Strong Zambia Campaign

World Vision Zambia on 30th September launched a campaign called 'Strong Girls Strong Zambia' to help end Child marriage in Zambia. The campaign will target 15,000 adolescent girls through an integrated approach of education, health, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), advocacy and livelihood interventions.

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Ajay Industrial Corporation Zambia Limited donates reusable pads to Strong Girls Strong Zambia campaign

Ajay Industrial Corporation Zambia Limited has donated 250 packets of reusable sanitary towels to World Vision in Zambia to support the Strong Girls Strong Zambia campaign, whose goal is to empower 15000 girls retrieved from child marriages and those at risk. The donation worth K22,000 ZMW ($1,325 US Dollars) was held at World Vision Zambia National Office in Lusaka.

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ZANACO Bank donates K800,000 towards the Strong Girls Strong Zambia Campaign

As World Vision Zambia launched the Strong Girls Strong Zambia Campaign in Lusaka today, a 19-year-old who only identified herself as Rebecca gave an emotional testimony of her experience in marriage... As ZANACO donates K800,000 towards the Strong Girls Strong Zambia Campaign

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World Vision in Zambia and UNICEF Zambia hand over Early Childhood Development Hubs

World Vision in Zambia, in partnership with UNICEF Zambia, recently handed over two Community-Based Integrated Early Childhood Development (ECD) Hubs, locally called Insakas, in Chongwe District. The ECD hubs will promote an integrated approach to child nurturing and development in Kasubanya and Chibombe communities. The ECD centres were constructed at the cost of K1.4 million (ZMW) ($85,141 US dollars) with support from UNICEF Zambia.

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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for All

Zambia’s Vice President commends World Vision for ground breaking Water Project

The Vice President of the Republic of Zambia, Her Honour, Mrs. W.K Mutale – Nalumamgo, MP, has praised World Vision Zambia for providing safe and clean drinking water through a piped water scheme that has benefited over 1,000 people and has the potential to supply over 1,500 households at full capacity.

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World Vision and Agrepredict launch mobile Application to help farmers access early warning and weather information

In Partnership with AgriPredict and National Technology Business Centre Solutions, World Vision Zambia, through the Ministry of Science and Technology, has officially launched the AgriPredict mobile application that will go towards helping farmers get timely information on weather, crops and market linkages for farmers. 

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World Vision Zambia receives a donation of 11 Biogas Digesters to help fight Deforestation

World Vision Zambia remains committed to supporting communities in providing sustainable livelihood solutions by promoting green, renewable and clean energy usage at the community level. Acting National Director, Wezi Kaira, said this at the World Vision Zambia Warehouse in Lusaka when he received a donation of 11 biogas digesters and accessories worth K198,000 ($12,347 USD) from Brohks Enterprises Limited.

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Farming God's way model helping farmers thrive in Zambia's Katete District

Samuel Banda is a young farmer who was surprised to see his field not produce much due to poor rainfall yet his uncle’s field next door produced a bumper harvest in the same 2018-2019 farming season.

He even suspected his uncle, Joseph Banda, of practising witchcraft and watering his crops at night using his nieces and nephews including Samuel.

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World Vision began working in Zambia in 1981 with three community development projects in Northern Lusaka.

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.

Improving children's well-being and futures continues to be the focus of everything we do.

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About World Vision Zambia

World Vision Zambia is a member of the World Vision International Partnership. We are a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the root causes of poverty and injustice.

World Vision began working in Zambia in 1981 with three community development projects in Northern Lusaka.  Through Area Programmes and grant projects, World Vision Zambia focuses on key areas of education, health, livelihood, water and sanitation, child protection and spiritual nurture.

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.

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By 2020, World Zambia will contribute to the measurable improvement in the well-being of 670,000 vulnerable children.

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