Our impact

In 2018 ZOA and its partners have:

8 grassroots partners trained on the Child Status Index, a development tool that is allowing them to assess how children’s basic needs are being met

272 children in primary education and 198 children in secondary education – learning skills that will change their lives forever

1,326 children receiving nutritious school meals, keeping them focused on learning

68 disadvantaged students in higher vocational training, gaining qualifications that will help them beat poverty for good

256 teachers, community partner staff/volunteers, community, church and political leaders, peer educators and alangizi (community elders responsible for teaching girls about menstruation) trained on effective menstrual hygiene management

913 boys and girls taught about puberty, menstruation and the value of girls’ education to break down cultural taboos

6 ambitious goals set for the future