Leah Rachel Keep Zambian Girls in School and AIDS-Free Sarah

Lubuto Library Partners

Org #7364
Vetted since 2017
2005
year founded
$30,724
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Lubuto Library Partners (LLP) is an innovative development organization that builds the capacity of public libraries to create opportunities for equitable education and poverty reduction. Its mission is to enlighten and enrich the lives of children and youth in sub-Saharan Africa, especially those not in school and highly vulnerable. LLP constructs enduring, indigenously styled open-access libraries stocked with comprehensive collections of well-chosen books and appropriate technology. These libraries serve as safe havens and are the center for Lubuto's programs, which offer education, psychosocial support and self-expression.

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Jane Meyers
Jane Meyers
Michael Frigand
Michael Frigand
Team
Jane Meyers
Organization Information
5614 Connecticut Ave, NW #368
Washington, DC 20015
United States
202-558-5609
Organization Information
5614 Connecticut Ave, NW #368
Washington, DC 20015
United States
202-558-5609

Project Reports

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Jan 5, 2021
Scholarship funds needed by NEXT WEEK
Please donate now to help us raise the scholarship funds necessary to support 13 Zambian girls all the way through their educations! Leah is a 19 year old orphan whose parents died of HIV/AIDS....
Dec 16, 2020
Support Rachel and 12 other girls through school
Rachel, a Zambian girl whose family couldn't support her education, was selected for the scholarship program in 2017. When selected, she regained hope of becoming a nurse when the possibility of...
Dec 15, 2020
Support 13 Zambian girls' educations!
Like many girls in Zambia, Leah is passionate about education, but she often missed school because her family couldn't afford sanitary napkins. Through the Lubuto scholarship program, and because of...
 
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