ZOA works with grassroots partners in rural and urban communities in four provinces across Zambia, everyday, all year around. These are Lusaka, Northern, Southern and Central Provinces.

We help orphans and other vulnerable children break the cycle of poverty by helping them access school and crucially keep them in school. We also respond to emergency situations arising from natural disasters such as drought and other challenges like the Coronavirus pandemic. We do whatever it takes to keep children safe and learning.

In Lusaka Province we work in N’gombe, a deprived urban area of Lusaka city, Kabanana, an underprivileged area of north Lusaka, and Kafue, better known for its National Park and safaris than anything else.

Northern Province is predominantly rural, far away from Lusaka, the capital and the industrial Copperbelt. We work in Kasama town, the provincial capital, as well as the villages of Lubushi and Chitamba.

Southern Province is home to one of Zambia’s most renowned tourist attractions, Mosi-oa-Tunya,  or Victoria Falls. We work in the rural community of Chibolya,  and Narwal District.

We work in Bwacha Township in Kabwe, the capital of Central Province. 100km north of Lusaka, Kabwe is in the heart of what is known as the Copperbelt. 

Map of Zambia

Map of where ZOA works in Zambia

Help change a child's future

Your help can support children through primary and
secondary school, provide nutritious school meals so pupils
aren’t learning on an empty stomach and support those that can
through tertiary vocational training. We provide a holistic
approach so also provide mental health support and other inputs
where needed.

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