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For the past 30 years DAPP Zambia has actively been involved in long-term development projects, working in various thematic areas of Education, Integrated Community Development, Agriculture and Climate Change, Health and fight against HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Fundraising Business and Humanitarian Actions.

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Total Control of the Epidemic 2020

Hot spot HIV testing in Southern Province February 2020 The DAPP Total Control of the Epidemic (TCE) Project is youth led…
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DAPP’s TCE HIV INDEX TESTING

For Harriet Muzembo, a DAPP Field Officer under the Total Control of the Epidemic (TCE) project at Kalingalinga Clinic in…
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DAPP SUCCESSFULLY CONCLUDES ZAMFAM PROJECT

After 5 years of operation, DAPP successfully completed the Zambia Family Activity in Southern and Central Provinces of…
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DAPP Embarks on project to reduce lead contamination effects among Kabwe children

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SARAI records an increased uptake of family planning from 36% to 52%

The Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiative (SARAI) was successfully completed with unprecedented results…

Thematic Areas

Human Rights

Our Human Rights projects give skills and knowledge to offenders and strengthen the reintegration response in Correctional Facilities and Juvenile Centres to prevent ex-offenders from reoffending after release, so as to give them a better restart of their lives.                    ..... MOD_MACB_READ_MORE_TITLE Human Rights

Integrated Community Development

  Through capacity building of individuals, families and community structures, our Child Aid community development related projects reach over 80,000 families through our Child Aid programme that addresses the needs of communities  to reduce..... MOD_MACB_READ_MORE_TITLEIntegrated...

Health and fight against HIV/AIDS

    Through our health programmes people are empowered to take control of their own health. They also make informed decisions to reduce their vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and become aware of how to prevent transmission of the disease and how to make better health..... MOD_MACB_READ_MORE_TITLEHealth and...

Agriculture and Climate Change

  Our Farmers’ Clubs model in which farmers are mobilised to engage in farming as a business, contributes to improved agricultural productivity and climate resilience in complimenting government efforts to combat poverty and reduce food insecurity and..... MOD_MACB_READ_MORE_TITLEAgriculture...

Education

Our contribution to improved education in Zambia is through a successful running of a teacher training college, a primary school, supporting community preschools and keeping vulnerable children in schools through a school fees waiving programme.                      ..... MOD_MACB_READ_MORE_TITLE Education

Fundraising Business

Apart from serving customers with quality merchandise at affordable prices, our 35 Second Hand Clothes and Shoes retail Shops also created employment and reduced global warming, supporting over 100 development projects from its surplus funds..... MOD_MACB_READ_MORE_TITLEFundraising...
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DAPP Children’s Town , Outreach Learning Programme during the closure of schools due to COVID-19, has kept none examination class pupils current with their education syllabus.

The School Learning Programme has 397 pupils from preschool to Grade 6 that it grouped into four different meeting places to easy up the learning process. Geoffrey Ndiwa, School Patron explained that at the centres before grouping the pupils into their different grades, they are given masks to wear, sanitize their hands and we explain to them the importance of sitting apart.

“The whole idea of the programme is to keep learners up-to-date with school work. Since we are not allowed to be teaching, our job is to give them tasks which they do at home for a week and then bring them back for marking,” Ndiwa said.

The tasks come with instructions from the teachers. The pupils go through the tasks in “Trios” (groups of three pupils). This helps slow learners understand the tasks before going home.

“At home the learners find time to work in their Trio groups and those parents who are able, participate in coaching the pupils on their tasks. This kind of learning has helped so much because it’s participatory. Parents are able to monitor the progress of their children’s learning process,” Ndiwa added.

The programme has given teachers experience of understanding various methods of teaching they were not exposed to during their training. At the initial stage the teachers went door to door sensitising families about COVID 19 and selling the idea of the programme to the communities, receiving an overwhelming support.

“We teach from open places. At first it felt awkward, but now we have gained a lot of experience. Our friends from other schools used to say, ‘why should a teacher follow a pupil?’ But for us what matters is the passion we have to help the pupils. We now understand them more than before. We now understand why some pupils get late to school for instance, because we cycle the very long distances which they walk to come to school,” Ndiwa revealed.

The programme has made learners to be up-to-date with the subject syllabuses, and it has also enhanced the good relationship between the school and the communities and this means the pupils will not be behind with school work when schools re-open.

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DAPP under COVID 19

ZAMFAM sensitizes 70,000 Families on COVID-19 Prevention

The Zambia Family South Central (ZAMFAM SC) Project has sensitized over 70,000 families on the measures of combating the corona virus in their communities in Southern and Central Provinces of Zambia.

UN highlights DAPP’s response to COVID 19 on the needs of inmates and street children

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) for Southern and Eastern Africa has highlighted DAPP Zambia’s response to COVID 19 on the needs of inmates in Correctional Facilities and those of Street Children.

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Contact Us

DAPP Zambia

Head Office

12 Luneta Road, Northrise, Ndola

Tel: +260 975 251 222

 

Partnership Office

13 Antelope Close, Kabulonga, Lusaka

Tel: +260 972 268 454; +260 955 628 498

 

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