Education Catch-up classes, Zambia
Providing education workshops for schoolchildren in Zambia
Exodus Tour Leader, Andy McKee, has been supporting Zambian communities for a long time through Baraka Community Partnerships, an NGO he set up. Baraka provided essential emergency relief to rural and suburban communities in Zambia during the COVID-19 pandemic and are continuing to help poorer children access education. During the pandemic, many schools in the Zambia were closed, and disadvantaged children were unable to access online learning facilities, which led them to fall behind in their studies. We are funding education catch up workshops for 36 students at a learning centre in Kapiri Mposhi, Zambia to help these young people progress further and achieve their full potential.
Andy McKee explains, “With the shutdown of Zambian schools, the poorer children were unable to access any remote learning and have been left behind. These weekend workshops that Exodus Travels Foundation has funded will ensure we can help vulnerable and underprivileged children to have a better chance of passing their exams during these unprecedented times.” These workshops will not only help children to catch-up on their studies, but better equip them with the skills and knowledge to achieve their ambitions in future.
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