DAPP Projects

Run with support from Firelight Foundation, The Beit Trust, Croc Shoes, American Jewish World Service, Development Aid from People to People in the United Kingdom, Ministry of Community Development and Social Services and the ministry of education. The project runs a vocational training centre that aims at rehabilitating former street youth and providing them skills to enable them to be successfully re-integrated into the community after two years at the project and one-year re-integration programme. The project caters for 80 former street youths and runs a community school with 360 orphans and vulnerable children from the surrounding villages in Malambanyama in Chibombo District.

DAPP's Projects

Giving a Choice to Plan One’s Family Family Planning is not yet accepted in all families, often...
This project is funded by UNICEF and it is being implemented in Mumbwa and Chibombo Districts in the...
An Anopheles mosquito is a ying factory for the parasite that causes malaria in humans. By...
Crocs Shoes has been supporting orphans and vulnerable children at Children’s Town Project since 2009....
Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the School WASH and Quality...
    The Zambia Family South Central (ZAMFAM SC) Project is a five-year project being...
This project which has just been completed was funded by European Commission and managed by Practical...
The project is being run in Choma and Kalomo Districts with funding from Stichting Humana Holland. The...

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