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From the 8th to 12th of March, all donations up to 50$ will be matched at 50% by Global Giving as part of their Little by Little Campaign.
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Chance4all Virtual Walkaton
Chance4all is calling all sports enthusiasts to participate in our virtual 5K Walkathon, happening from Monday, March 8th to Sunday, March 14th. During this week we are celebrating both Women's Day (March, 8th) and Youth Day (March,12th), which is an excellent opportunity to launch our new project on girls education and gender equality. The main objectives of this sensitization project are to address the issue of girls' education, and the root causes that hinder their full participation and attendance, which have also been exacerbated as a result of COVID- 19. This will be done through school sessions and safe counseling groups, which will provide awareness and sensitize the students (including teenage boys) on the benefits of gender equity. The focus of the intervention will be to reduce the number of out of school girls.
Our aim is to be the facilitators between out of school children with educational needs and sponsors willing to help them. With that purpose we have set up a simple framework to identify genuine cases of children outside the schooling system, we match them with suitable sponsors, and make sure funds are properly utilized. Read more.
COVID-19: CHANCE4ALL RESPONSE
Dear supporters and sponsors,
We hope you and your beloved ones are doing well during these challenging times. After schools in Zambia have been closed since the beginning of December 2020, we, at Chance4all, are very glad that schools have now re-opened on Monday, February 1st, 2021.
COVID-19 is not only a health crisis but has immediate severe social and economic consequences, and vulnerable communities are particularly affected. We see this in our own operational area: most households in the Lusaka high density and low income areas, locally known as compounds, were already struggling to make ends meet before the COVID-19 outbreak, and they are now at an even higher risk of losing (or have already lost) their source of income. The economy in Zambia has not been performing well which meant that already struggling families are now in dire straights and some are failing to send their children to school. COVID-19 has indeed increased the amount of children who risk becoming part of the already high out-of-school child population in the community.
During the 6-month closure of schools in 2020, Chance4all put in place various strategies to keep supporting families in need, by distributing food & sanitary items, homework packages, as well as providing tuitions for examinations classes in a safe learning environment.
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From one Brick to a Space4all
In October 2019, Chance4all started the construction of its new project "A Space4all" and launched a crowdfunding campaign on GlobalGiving – the largest global crowdfunding community for Nonprofit Organisations.
The Space4all is a multipurpose facility in the heart of Bauleni, the community we serve. It provides a safe space for students to meet with tutors and mentors after school, study, access computers and benefit from the nutritional program. The facility will also serve as a space for educational events and community workshops. This space is more than just a building - it is another tool to support vulnerable out-of-school children with quality education. A Space4all indeed!
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We are overwhelmed and humbled by the support that people around us keep offering.
Various individuals, organizations and schools have contributed to Chance4all with donations, cash, discounts, sponsorships or, sometimes even more precious, their time!
Thank you to each and everyone of you!
We are beyond grateful for all your support! Zikomo! Grazie! Danke! Merci! Gracias!