We currently work in Zambia, which is in Sub-Saharan Africa. Zambia is one of the least-developed countries in the world, ranked 163 out of 186 on the UN’s 2013 Human Development Index.
Our Current Projects
We are currently completing our 2013 projects that will build brighter futures 19,000 people.
In April we will begin our 2014 programme undertaking 7 building projects that will transform the lives of 31,000 people.
Lupuka Community School
The Lupuka Community School was founded by local subsistance farming families in 1991. It consists of two temporary classrooms constructed in 2010 from sticks and mud bricks – heavy rains have damaged the walls and roof.
Kabaka Community School
Kabaka community school is a rural community about 25km west of Kapiri Mposhi in Kapiri District, Zambia. The current school uses an empty health clinic and makeshift classrooms of sticks and grass.
George Secondary School Phase II
In 2011, Build It International worked with UK charity PEAS to complete Phase 1 of a new secondary school in Twapia, Ndola on the Copperbelt in Zambia. George school opened in January 2012 with 263 places.
Kawama Secondary School Phase II
Kawama is a poor, high-density urban compound on the edge of Ndola, a mining town on the Zambian Copperbelt. There is no secondary schools serving the 7,000 residents. Children account for 75% of the population.