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Project Educate

Livingstone, Lusaka, Mfuwe,

and Mongu.

Individually, programs are designed to address

specific needs within the education sector.

Collectively, they are a proven and relevant tool

designed to effectively address the root causes of

poverty. Programs are designed with the help and

support of the community they serve ensuring they

not only serve relevant needs as they exist in

communities but that the community is actively

involved in the development process.


An indigenous non-profit, non governmental organization designed to help improve educational

standards and infrastructure in Zambia. In addition to improving literacy, ProjectEDUCATE introduces and

improves the use of technology in schools to bridge the digital divide.


Through Basali ni Basizani, ProjectEDUCATE supports

and promotes the empowerment of women and girls by providing funding to for education and entrepreneurship training. To support young people,

ProjectEDUCATE improves access to higher education for brilliant but underprivileged students to address deforestation and climate change. 

ConservationNation works with schools and communities, providing access to clean drinking water and raise indigenous tree nurseries which are then donated to communities.


About Zambia

Zambia is a landlocked country in

southern Africa with an area of 752,618

km², making it slightly larger than twice the

size of Germany or slightly larger than

Texas. It shares its Southern border with

Zimbabwe marked by the World famous

Musi-o-Tunya (The Smoke that Thunders)

falls. Zambia is also bordered by Angola,

Botswana, the Democratic Republic of the

Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, and


Its current population is around 13 million comprising of more than 70 ethnic groups with the main tribes being the Lozi, the Bemba, the Ngoni, the Tonga, the Luda,

the Luvale and the Kaonde. English is the

official language. 

While a Christian nation, Zambia is

accepting of other religions which include,

indigenous beliefs, Muslim, Hindu. Even

with the tribal and cultural diversity.

In addition to being home to the Musi-o-

Tunya, Zambia boasts the World's second

largest wildebeest migration. The Country

is known as the Real Africa for its pristine

wildernesses, peace and World-renowned



Movements 4 Movements is embarking on an educational and informational visit to Zambia. The visit will take Movements 4 Movements to four different and diverse parts of the Country where the group will interact and engage with local communities to learn about indigenous traditional dance and share their own knowledge, experience and expertise in Movement. Five group members will visit Zambia for two and a half weeks between September and October 2022 visiting both urban and rural areas.


During the visit Movements 4 Movements will put up performances and workshops in partnership with local groups, focusing on schools and children’s homes. The areas to be visited are Livingstone in the Southern Province, Lusaka – Central, Mfuwe in the Eastern Province and Mongu in Western Province.


The organizations and groups will include Komboni Feeding Thandizo, a feeding program for street children in Lusaka, Project Luangwa a non-profit organization based in Mfuwe and ProjectEDUCATE based in Mongu.

Movements 4 Movements is generously donating time to support underprivileged

communities in one of the poorest Countries in the World. 


Local partners have acquired $120,000 in in-kind support to cover accommodation for five, performance venues in four different locations. Unfortunately, there is a shortfall of $20,000 to cover in-Country logistics among others including return airfare for Movements 4 Movements.



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