Bunsanga School Children COVID-19 RESPONSE FOR ZAMBIAN COMMUNITIES Esther qualified as a teacher in 2019 Orphan Education Support - Zambian Villages

The Butterfly Tree

Org #3014
Vetted since 2009 Site Visit Verified
2006
year founded
$222,583
raised on GlobalGiving
12
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Butterfly Tree's aim is to improve the lives of vulnerable people living in remote villages in Zambia. To advance the education and improve the facilities in rural schools, giving every child a chance to be educated. To protect the health of patients by developing the rural clinics offering support sevices, medical supplies and equipment. To relieve poverty and improve the living conditions of socially disadvantaged communities teaching them how to become sustainable.

Projects (4)

Malaria Prevention Saves Lives
Zambia / Physical Health
Seeds for Life in Zambia
Zambia / Food Security
COVID-19 RESPONSE FOR ZAMBIAN COMMUNITIES
Zambia / COVID-19
 
Project Leaders
Jane Kaye-Bailey
Jane Kaye-Bailey
Frank Maiolo
Frank Maiolo
Team
David Kaye, Carolyn Howe, Leah Black, Valerie Redfern, Natasha Z Mufeya
Organization Information
23 Croydon Lane
Banstead, Surrey SM7 3BE
United Kingdom
02031615877
Organization Information
23 Croydon Lane
Banstead, Surrey SM7 3BE
United Kingdom
02031615877

Project Reports

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Sep 12, 2022
PROVIDING HEALTH FACILITIES IN RURAL ZAMBIA
When The World Health Organisation announced that COVID-19 was a global pandemic Zambia like most developing countries was ill-prepared and in rural areas clinics and health posts had no form of...
Sep 9, 2022
MORE HELP TO PREVENT MALARIA
Today’s breaking news gives hope to the millions of people at risk of contracting malaria. ‘A malaria vaccine with "world-changing" potential has been developed by scientists at the...
Jul 7, 2022
SAFE WATER FOR THOUSANDS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
The rainy season has now come to an end and no rain is expected to fall until November. In the past month The Butterfly Tree four drilled boreholes at Simukombo, James Sichetema and Mabwe Schools, and...
 
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