It’s that time of year again!
As Canadian students begin their long-awaited return to in-person learning, students at ZACTS school for orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia are still susceptible; vaccines are almost non-existent, and the Delta variant is a great concern. This is the reality in many of our partner countries.
The pandemic has been hard on this rural community, especially on the children who live in poverty, many of whom come from broken homes or are without parents. The school has been closed during lockdown, and online learning has been impossible. The school has done its best to deliver educational materials to the children’s homes, but nothing compares to being there in person.
Despite the current challenges, ZACTS has been a great example of transformation. Thanks to the generosity of Canadian donors like you, the school went from just 80 students a few years ago, to more than 800 today. With no public primary schools nearby, children from the area have flocked to the school, where they receive a quality Christian education, health services, nutritious meals, and more. ZACTS is known as a safe haven where children can learn without going hungry.
Support ZACTS today! Children returned to school for in-person learning August 23. With the school’s programming now ramping up, their need for financial support is as urgent as ever. This return to school doesn’t just give them access to food and education, it transforms their lives and their entire community.
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