Our Programs

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Learn more about our local programs at HOPE Worldwide Zambia

Women Economic Empowerment

Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) is one of the most influential routes for women to achieve their potential and support their families. Women who are economically empowered contribute to their families, society, and the communal economy. Research has shown that when women are provided sufficient skills and educational opportunities, they are more likely to benefit in feed their families nutritious food and send their children to school. On each of our own sites we apply adapted programs for Income Generating Activity (IGA). In Chawama the women are…


In early 2017 we launched a new program called ASPIRE (After-School Program to Inspire girls to Resume or complete their Education) to establish free After-School Clubs for girls and young women aged 10-24. The program is targeted for those who are…

Safe Motherhood Action Groups & Youth Friendly Cornerns

Safe Motherhood Action Groups (SAMGS) and Youth Friendly Corners were projects carried out in the four communities that HOPE Zambia operates in. Funded by Positive Action for Children Fund(PACF) through ViiV Healthcare, HOPE Zambia were able to educate 200 pregnant and breastfeeding women in caring for their babies, maternal care, family planning, and HIV. The women are also encouraged to access health centers in their communities. Using peer-to-peer. Another 300 youths were educated about HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Kupasa Mwana

Kupasa Mwana is the Nyanja phrase translating to “Giving a Child”. In this specific program we enable individual donors to sponsored children in their Early Childhood Development (ECD). The program is child centered and with the help of caregivers, provides a secure early year’s foundation care and developmental growth for orphans and Vulnerable Children children aged between 0-6 years. So far a total of 200 children have been sponsored in their ECD.

Kids Clubs

This is one of HOPE Worldwide Zambia’s core programs implemented in the four sites of Kalingalinga, Mtendere, Chawama and Kanyama community of Lusaka. The Club build resilience and educate children aged 2 – 18 years. The Clubs are segmented into the age range of 2-6, 7-12, 13-18. The Clubs are conducted every Saturday when they are not in school. Apart from the lessons conducted in the Clubs we have special activity such as…

Differentiated Service Delivery & Comprehensive Sexuality Education

In 2018 we were given a grant as sub-recipient of Churches Health Association of Zambia (CHAZ). The funding was implemented through the Differentiated Service Delivery (DSD) in 8 district of Southern Province. It was also implemented in the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) program in Monze and Choma. These programs were run for…

Hope Volunteer Corps

HOPE Volunteer Corp is a program that improves the lives of communities where HwwZ operates in Lusaka Zambia. On each trip we include a variety of volunteers with from professions ranging from countries all across the world.

On our first Volunteer Corp we saw 42 volunteers from the UK, USA, Canada France and Australia volunteer in renovating and refurbishing the Mtendere Pre-school. For 14 days the volunteers took part in painting, landscaping, toy-making, classrooms decoration, teaching, snack making and construction of the playground. The volunteers are also engaged in such a way that they are able to…

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