Zambia: Support for Schooling of HIV/AIDS Orphans

 
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Zambia: Support for Schooling of HIV/AIDS Orphans

Zambia: Support for Schooling of HIV/AIDS Orphans
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Students

Students
Children in Zambia often ask us to take their photos. Although their lives are hard, they are always cheerful. (Lusaka, March 2011) (view small | med | large | orig)

Friends

Friends
These two girls have studied together since primary school. The girl on the right wants to become a teacher, and her friend wants to be a doctor to help sick people. (Lusaka, July 2012) (view small | med | large | orig)

In the Classroom

In the Classroom
Children supported by AAR Japan (Lusaka, September 2010) (view small | med | large | orig)

Chicken Raising

Chicken Raising
The guardians started breeding chicken several years ago. Now that they have acquired the necessary know-how, the next challenge is to expand sales. (Lusaka, May 2007) (view small | med | large | orig)

As a family

As a family
A girl with her father and younger sister. She takes care of her sister and helps her father with household chores. She told us that she wants to become an accountant. (Lusaka, September 2010) (view small | med | large | orig)

Guardian

Guardian
The grandmother (right) takes care of her grandson and his brother. As she cannot afford sending both children to school, the boy's brother has to stay at home. (Lusaka, July 2012) (view small | med | large | orig)

At the Hammer Mill

At the Hammer Mill
On this day, there were many customers at the hammer mill. The previous day, a blackout had prevented operations all day long. (Lusaka, July 2012) (view small | med | large | orig)

Maize Grinding

Maize Grinding
These workers are providing grinding services at the hammer mill. Their careful work is well appreciated by the community. Ground maize (a staple food in Zambia), also called "mielie meal", is used to prepare a traditional porridge. (Lusaka, May 2007) (view small | med | large | orig)

IGA Group

IGA Group
Snapshot with IGA group members. All of them work hard to secure enough income for sending the orphaned children to school. (Lusaka, March 2011) (view small | med | large | orig)

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Project Leader

Yuko Ito

Program Coordinator
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo Japan

Where is this project located?

Map of Zambia: Support for Schooling of HIV/AIDS Orphans