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A Vehicle of Hope
In Zambia there is a chronic shortage of wheelchairs, elbow crutches, hearing aids and other equipment that we all take for granted in the UK. This is especially the case in more remote areas. We want to extend our outreach programme to other areas and for this we need a new reliable vehicle.
Charity information: Health Help International
Provision of mobility and hearing aids for disabled people in outlying areas of Zambia, away from our base in Monze.
A reliable and appropriate 4 wheel drive vehicle will enable us to deliver the items to those in need, often across difficult terrain.
We aim to supply appropriate mobility and hearing aids to around 600 people in the first instance.
Activities» Deliver these items as quickly as possible.
What success will look like
Success will be seeing these folk receiving and using their mobility and hearing aids.
Disabled folk being able to become more self sufficient in co-operative communities and being able to work.
Unreliable transport and lack of mobility and hearing aids. We have more than enough mobility and hearing aids available and ready in the UK to ship to Zambia as has been the case every year so far.
Regular newsletters and emails to keep donors informed of progress and outcomes.
Budget - Project Cost: £10,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £10,000 The vehicle Purchase of an appropriate vehicle
Outlying districts around Monze in Zambia, such as the disabled communities in Kachiloma, Ntambo, Batoka and Kunywigwa.
Every recipient of a mobility aid or hearing aid(s)
10 years experience in helping disabled people in and around Monze.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mr Jonah Sialumano
Disability Affairs Manager in Zambia. He has been disabled since childhood and understands fully the needs of Zambians in similar situations.
A trained audiologist who visits many areas, testing patients and issuing hearing aids to those in need