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Don't take our word for it

Seven Wonders Challenge - seventh wonder


I wonder... 
what the people in Zambia think about the Schools of Good Hope Project?

So don't take our word for it.

"I have seen a huge improvement in my teachers and the pupils they teach. In recent mock exams our Grade Seven achieved better results than the nearest government school."
Headteacher Kafwefwe Community School

The children of Zambia don't need your pity, they need a chance.

The Schools of Good Hope project is offering exactly that. In 2012 we gave more than 1000 children in Zambia a lifeline out of poverty. Will you help us continue our work?

Our Seven Wonders Challenge aims to raise at least £7,000 before Christmas to help reach seven additional schools in 2013. Join the challenge.

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Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail

Seven Wonders Challenge - sixth wonder


I wonder... 
how you'd have done if your teachers had no training, did use any lesson plans or follow any syllabus and had no idea how to manage behaviour in class?

We are lucky to live in a country where teachers are well trained and best practice is encouraged and monitored. It's something we take for granted. Through PEPAIDS' Schools of Good Hope project we are sharing our good fortune with the school children of Zambia through effective teacher training and community school support. We have the opportunity to reach more teachers and more children in more schools in Zambia. Will you help?

The children of Zambia don't need your pity, they need a chance.

The Schools of Good Hope project is offering exactly that. In 2012 we gave more than 1000 children in Zambia a lifeline out of poverty. Will you help us continue our work?

Our Seven Wonders Challenge aims to raise at least £7,000 before Christmas to help reach seven additional schools in 2013. Join the challenge.

Donate now

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Lifeline or Life Jacket?

Seven Wonders Challenge - fifth wonder

100_5386I wonder... how many fast flowing rivers you had to cross to get to school?

Thanks to PEPAIDS' Schools of Good Hope project the children of Matimbia Community School in Zambia no longer have to negotiate a river or risk being swept away in the wet season on their way to school. That's because we helped build a new classroom to cater for a whole new intake of pupils. We'd like even more children in Zambia be able to get to school without having to risk their safety. How about you?

The children of Zambia don't need your pity, they need a chance.

The Schools of Good Hope project is offering exactly that. In 2012 we gave more than 1000 children in Zambia a lifeline out of poverty. Will you help us continue our work?

Our Seven Wonders Challenge aims to raise at least £7,000 before Christmas to help reach seven additional schools in 2013. Join the challenge.

Donate now

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Fundraising from our Schools of Good Hope Project helped pay for a new classroom that enabled Matimbia Community School cater for an entire new intake of pupils. Having good school facilities near to their home means that these children don't have to walk through a river to get to school any more.

 

Bums on Seats

Seven Wonders Challenge - fourth wonder

I wonder... if PEPAIDS' Schools of Good Hope Project improves attendance and enrolment at the schools involved?

In a word, YES. In 2012 the project saw an improvement across enrolment and attendance at all seven schools we worked with in Zambia. That means more children in Zambia receiving better teaching on a more regular basis as a direct result of the project. We want to see that same result at even more schools. How about you?

The children of Zambia don't need your pity, they need a chance.
The Schools of Good Hope project is offering exactly that. In 2012 we gave more than 1000 children in Zambia a lifeline out of poverty. Will you help us continue our work?

Our Seven Wonders Challenge aims to raise at least £7,000 before Christmas to help reach seven additional schools in 2013. Join the challenge.

Donate now

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Teacher, Leave those kids alone!

Seven Wonders Challenge - third wonder

I wonder... how you'd feel knowing your children might be beaten or whipped as part of their school day?

We imagine you wouldn't stand for it. On behalf of the children of Zambia neither do we. Thankfully PEPAIDS' Schools of Good Hope project equips teachers with behavioural management strategies so they don't need to resort to harsh punishment. In 2012 corporal punishment stopped completely in the seven schools we worked with. Will you help us stop it in seven more?

The children of Zambia don't need your pity, they need a chance.
The Schools of Good Hope project is offering exactly that. In 2012 we gave more than 1000 children in Zambia a lifeline out of poverty. Will you help us continue our work?

Our Seven Wonders Challenge aims to raise at least £7,000 before Christmas to help reach seven additional schools in 2013. Join the challenge.

Donate now


"We like the funny motto "keep them engaged, keep them behaved", but this is a truth. There is no need to beat children at school"  Teacher at Matimbia Community School


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