Campaigning in Zambia


We're campaigning for poor children in rural areas: 60% of Zambians are classified as poor.  In recent years, the Zambian economy has grown at an average of 6-7 percent per annum, however, this has not trickled down to the poverty reduction at the community level resulting in limited access to services.

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