The Butterfly Tree

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.

Maize

Maize
Photo from Progress Report 'Maize Crops' (view small | med | large | orig)

N'gandu grade nine pupils

N'gandu grade nine pupils
Photo from Progress Report 'Progress in Education' (view small | med | large | orig)

Feeding Program - N'gandu Basic School

Feeding Program - N'gandu Basic School
Maize is the staple diet for Zambians (view small | med | large | orig)

Feeding Program - Mukuni Secondary School

Feeding Program - Mukuni Secondary School
Beans and Maize provide a nutritional meal for school children (view small | med | large | orig)

Mosquito Nets for Women's Shelter

Mosquito Nets for Women's Shelter
It is vital for pregnant women to be protected against malaria (view small | med | large | orig)
 
   

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