Educate a children to impact the deprived world
New Hope Waves is a local registered non-profit organization based in Livingstone, Zambia working to empowering the local communities through providing education, sport and community projects to vulnerable children, young people and their wider families http://www.newhopewaves.org
It is registered with Zambia Revenue Authority for tax purpose as well as the registration of incorporation as a company limited by guarantee (nonprofit status) under PACRA with the Government Republic of Zambia.
The project description is to build an educational facilities for children in pre and primary school within Livingstone, the vulnerable children whose parents cannot afford to pay school fees and school requirement due to high levels of unemployment cause high levels of poverty which make more of the children to be out of school.
The school is a small rented 3 rooms house that we are running has 90 children from the most vulnerable communities of Livingstone (Ngwenya, Zecco, Namatama, Malota and other surrounding areas) from the ages of 4-6 preschool and 7-15 in primary school education and we are striving to provide the basic education base on the philosophy to teach them on how to read and write cause most of the children has had no access to education out of school for many years without pre and primary education to financial constraints.
New Hope Waves as a local and implementation organization operating the school has limited or no adequate resources and funding to finance to construct the classrooms so we are renting a small house with 3 rooms for 90 children, in preschool and grade 1-5 at the moment with limited space so we have two sessions for different grades and preschool, so children come in the morning from 8:00 am to 12:00 am and the rest come in the afternoon 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
With your assistance you will assist us to construct low cost 2 blocks by 3 classrooms as well as WASH facilities in the school with 1 school office and 1 library for children to access books and computers which will accommodate 500 children from the most vulnerable communities to access education so that they will also learn how to read and write to break the cycles of poverty through inclusive education that we are provide to the most vulnerable children in the communities.