Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in southern Africa. A country of roughly 14.5 million people, Zimbabwe has 16 official languages, with English, Shona, and Ndebele the most commonly used. Since the 11th century, present-day Zimbabwe has been the site of several organised states and kingdoms as well as a major route for migration and trade.

The educational system in Zambia is in desperate need of improvement. The enrollment rate for primary education is at 87% where as higher education is only 37%Textbooks, furniture and computers are just some of the resources that can help to increase the educational standards.

Source: The Global Competitiveness Report

Zimbabwe is a country that has been fighting against many diseases, some of which are incurable due to their poor health care system. Water pollution is a contributing factor to the poor health, due to contamination from industrial works. Air pollution is also a growing problem in Zimbabwe, due to industries, poor waste management, and transportation. 

Zimbabwe ranks quite poorly for its technology use and adoption. Only 23% of the population are internet users ranking it 113th. 38 in 100 people have Mobile-Broadband subscriptions. Zimbabwe also ranks 108th for ICT use but 121st for internet access in schools showing improvement is need to get connected.


Provided 4072 Computers

Last year we shipped over 2100 desktop computers with flat screen monitors and peripherals and nearly 2000 laptops to Zambia. These devices have been fully refurbished and licensed with Microsoft software.

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Aided 32 Organisations

So far we have managed to supply computers to over 30 separate organisations across the country. We will continue to supply these organisations and are continually added more throughout the year.

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Raised £2560

With the help of many of our donors, we helped raise over £2000 this year to directly aid a number of projects across Zambia. This money helps to build  and improve on the infrastructure in some of the poorest regions in Zambia.

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