Libuyu Community School

Creating spaces for children to get an education

Learning can be improved by having a better teacher-to-student ratio. Libuyu Community School in Livingstone, Zambia is a community school – meaning they receive no support from the government. When we partnered with them there were 80 children per teacher. By building more classrooms children get a fair chance to do their best and their test results improve

The Ministry of Education identified them as one of the most vulnerable schools in Livingstone.

Libuyu Complete Classroom

Ending poverty through classroom builds

Libuyu Community School now has three new classrooms! These classrooms allow for smaller class sizes which results in a better learning environment, an increase in attendance rates and marks, and an improvement in curriculum delivery.

Thank you to the donors who made this possible in 2020 – because of you, children in Livingstone now have access to a higher quality education!

The next step is to build a fence along the school perimeter to keep the children, staff and property safe! Trespassers vandalize the buildings, steal food from the garden, and distract the students when they are in class – a fence will keep unwanted people off of the property.

Disrupt the cycle of poverty with African Impact Foundation 

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