Help Physically Challenged Children/Hiv Victims

The project will provide education and a stable community for more than 100 disadvantaged children. It will give them with an opportunity.

In Zambia the opportunities for young people are limited and without an education the prospects are very poor. The idea of Ambitious Children Foundation Limited arose after a careful survey of the children issues and education setup that are on offer in Zambia. In Zambia the children have a further 3 years of study before they finish their secondary education and we are keen to ensure that the students achieve their full potential. Meeting routine costs is a major issue for schools in Zambia. There are never sufficient books and other teaching materials.

In as much as there are hundreds of organizations in Zambia offering various services. ACFL will be there to offer great quality of these services in order to satisfy children’s needs and wants to that of international standard. ACFL will provide the support and encouragement needed for the vulnerable, disabled and orphaned children to have confidence to move into local secondary schools if they pass their grade 9 examinations.
With the examination pass rate in many Zambian Government schools at less than 10%, we aim to assist vulnerable, disabled and orphaned children. We would like all these children to complete their education. It costs about £300 per year per child to pay secondary fees
As a new organization we are aware in that ACFL cannot venture in all aspects that affect children in Zambia, however ACFL may contribute positively and effectively using various techniques and strategies for the benefit of a productive future to enhance economic development and emancipation.

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Contact person: Eric Saah Nelson


Phone: +260978401701

Project overview

Help Physically Challenged Children/Hiv Victims is a project by
taking place
from 2016-07-08 till 2019-12-24
This project relates to:
Strategic Partnerships, Capacity Building
and is focusing on:
  • Art
  • Children
  • Disability
  • Gender equality
  • Human rights
  • Innovation
  • Non-formal learning
  • Peace and conflict
  • Sustainable development
  • Youth policy
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Social obstacles
  • Disability
  • Educational difficulties
  • Health problems
Materials, cloths,books,furniture( school chairs and table/ Uniforms) computers and printers and cash donations

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