Friday, June 14, 2024

NGO sponsors 600 girls in school


Over Six hundred female learners in Livingstone have been offered various free education services by a local Non-Governmental Organisation.

Response Network Zambia in Partnership with AKIND, an international organization based in Europe has mobilized resources that have enabled 600 girls from vulnerable families to access education.

Response Network Zambia is taking care of the school needs for the girls by providing uniforms, books, and other essential necessities required for the girl child to attend classes in various schools of Livingstone.

And Education authorities in Livingstone District are pleased with the support that Response Network Zambia has continued to render in the Education Sector in selected Districts in Southern Province.


  1. Ah Ah! Bur Education in Zambia is already as declared by the President. So, which Free Education are these lost Foreigners talking of? Cos we already have free education in Zambia. Why dont you take your free fake Education to countries that need it. We dont need here,as we already ve Free GZ education. So, take yours to countries that dont ve free public education. I think you should try Congo or Burundi, We dont need that here, as we are now able to feed ourselves successfuly/

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