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Monday 18 September 2017

PRESIDENT LUNGU DETERMINES TO LEAVING NO CHILD BEHIND

Sustainable development should be for all, rich or poor, young or old, differently abled persons, as well as those who are able bodied. We will continue to drive efforts to achieving a better life and a better Zambia for all. 

 Maria Pihlgren/Save the Children

Thursday 31 August 2017

CHILDREN IN CLASSROOM BONUS.

Save the children supports the building of two classroom blocks at Nyampande primary school in order to increase grade one enrolment.

Children of Chisenga community in Petauke District  have something to be excited about. They have two classroom blocks that are being constructed for them by the community.

Wednesday 16 August 2017

Jennifer opts for school over early marriage.

18 year old Jennifer, with baby on her laps, is a young mother who resides in Petauke District, about 400 kilometers from the capital city Lusaka.

She comes from Kawanga community in Kalongo village in chief Mwanjabanthu’s area. Kalongo village is a large region with several homesteads spread across the vast land. Life in Kalongo is fairly simple, with families always trekking to cultivation fields as part of their livelihood.

Wednesday 16 August 2017

Save the Children repatriates migrant child

The Prison walls are intimidatingly tall above the ground, an eight meter tower coiled with barbed wire along its top length.

Tuesday 1 August 2017

Positive Descipline replaces Corporal Punishment

Parents and teachers have always found this kind or punishment to be effective in shaping children into well behaved adults. However, the degrees and magnitude of applying this form of discipline has always left many questions. Sometimes corporal punishment has been too extreme and in some cases achieving the opposite results in child behavior.

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