Building of the Library and stocking it with books
The library in the rural village of Mpongwe will enable underprivileged orphaned children/adults an opportunity to be literate, in order to research and educate in important life skills such as cooking, budgeting, farming, cv writing and sex education.
March 2017 - June 2017
Charity information: Mumba Children's Project
The project is trying to solve illiteracy, offering orphaned and underprivileged children, youth and adults an opportunity to broaden their reading and IT skills. The project will also teach the youth how to write their curriculum Vitae and be in a position to get employed and improve their lives consequently uplifting the underprivileged community
Our target is to offer girls and women a safe environment in which to study within reach of the community they live in.
The project will offer a resource centre, IT, hard copy books which we already have been stocking up. It will alleviate poverty, unemployment and illiteracy as we will provide an opportunity conducive to receiving information by way of computers, a quiet environment for Reading/studying. By making parents/guardians learn how to read and write they will help the children with homework and reading exercises. Women and girls seem eager to learn and manage their homes to better the community
Build a library for the village of Mpongwe
Activities» Purchase building materials
» Buy qualified labourers time
The library is completed by June 2015; launched and utilised
Stock with books and computers, printer and fax
Activities» Source stockist and pay accordingly
Completely stock with a variety of comprehensive Reading material, with functional computers, printers and fax
Install electricity and internet connection
Activities» Pay qualified electrician and internet provider
Live connection of electricity and full internet connection
Furnish with tables, chairs and wipe board
Activities» Source appropriate stockist and pay accordingly
Fully furnished with tables, chairs and wipe board
The long-term legacy do this project is a village oF literate people who are empowered to make significant life changing decisions by themselves. This will also prompt villagers to work as a team towards the same goals of well-being and excellence.
The extreme weather conditions like rain; we have arranged to build outside of the rainy season.
As a professional charity we will provide structured finance, planning and progress reports to the donors and interested parties.
Budget - Project Cost: £6,500Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £3,000 Building materials Materials to build the library £2,000 Electricity and internet Full internet and electricity connection £1,000 Labour Professional labourers £500 Furniture Furnish the library with tables, chairs and pcs
The village is based in the rural village of Mpongwe outside , Luanshya, ? 305km from the country's capital city, Lusaka.
The population of Mpongwe is made up of many orphaned children, unemployed men and women, vulnerable elderly,widows and single mothers. The village is an extremely poor area without social benefits, therefore this project will achieve the education of all which will provide life changing skills to become involved in local projects such as farming.
In Mpongwe we manage a resource day care centre which currently provides education to the children and women, as well as clothing, toys and a balanced nutritional meal, which most often may be the only meal they receive.
We also provide recreational activities to the youth.
Provide women and girls with creative skills such as knitting, making mosaic crafts, providing women and girls with brand new knickers and motivational talks on valuing themselves and empower them with education
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Hildah a is Director and Chair Person. She manages the day to day running for the charity and self funds some aspects to maintain services.
Fund raiser and organiser of the library project.
Mr Reckson Siame
Chairman of the Day Centre.
Pay for a child's education for one year
Impressed by the Achievements that are consistently met The project provides education which is the only way to break the cycle of poverty.