Last year we teamed up with non-profit Zambia’s Child to fund the building of a school, including three classrooms, a science block, and an amenities block.
We’re pleased to share that the first phase of construction is complete and the student body of 200 children are already enjoying the benefits of the new school facilities.
The school caters to the poorest children in the local area, who otherwise wouldn’t have access to education. The school provides uniforms, food, books, and everything else they need for learning.
Students and teachers are sponsored through Zambia’s Child, so teaching equipment and school supplies will always be available, making this a sustainable project that will make an impact on the local community for years to come.
Lead Forensics will continue to help the school grow, expand the student body, and further improve the school’s facilities. In the coming year, members of the Lead Forensics team will also be visiting Zambia to volunteer at the school.