Training into Work Programme
During 2015 we aim to train at least 80 new builders, from disadvantaged rural and urban communities. This will give them the skills they need to earn a living and provide for their families.
Men and women from the local community learn basic construction skills whilst building essential infrastructure for their community. They take a nationally recognised trades exam in bricklaying.
Qualification and Tool Kits
Graduation ceremonies are held. The graduates get their qualification certificate and tool kit to help them secure paid employment in construction.
Our support continues with post-training activities and workshops that will increase graduates skills and ability to secure work. Some graduates will go on to build houses and latrines on Build It projects.
Community Building Programme
The trainees will build new schools and clinics in their community, helping people to lead longer, healthier, more productive lives.
Mwala Community School
In 2014, thanks to your support, we built a latrine block for the Mwala community and provided access to clean water. Our work at Mwala continues this year. We will build three new classrooms for over 500 children.
Mutuba Tree Health Clinic
A new health clinic for a community located close to a major road junction outside Kapiri. Once completed, the clinic will receive support from the Ministry of Health including trained staff, medical supplies and equipment.
Katuba Community School
We will help to transform the Katuba community by building a 1×2 hexagonal classroom block, a latrine block, teachers’ accommodation and a new water pump. This will enable the school to receive support from the Ministry of Education including trained teachers, learning materials and equipment.
Hope Community School
We are working with partner organisation Hope Worldwide Zambia to build a new classroom block, sewing workshop and computer lab for this Community school in Lusaka.