Thank you to everyone who supported our appeal with BBC Radio 4, which has raised a fantastic £21,500. To find out how these donations will be used please click here. You can still listen to the journalist, John Sergeant, talking about our work on The BBC Radio 4 website.
You can donate to ZOA by using the donate button or by calling +44 (0) 1223 890162. Your donations will help us to empower community groups to educate and care for vulnerable children like Naomi, pictured. After Naomi’s parents died she was forced to drop out of school. But thanks to ZOA Naomi is now back in the classroom and studying hard to achieve her dream of becoming a nurse.
Childhood is really tough for Zambia’s children
Zambia is one of the deprived, AIDS-affected countries in the world with an overwhelming 1.2 million orphans and vulnerable children in a population of just 17 million. Many live in granny or child-headed households that scrape by on $1.25 a day. Without access to education these children face a lifetime of poverty.
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