Chibanga

The Passport Out of Poverty

Education is the passport out of poverty and, without a community school, 12-year-old Mercy might never have received a boarding pass. Everyday, Mercy walks eight – nine kilometres to Visionledd’s Little Canada Community School. Mercy enjoys learning and her favourite subject is English. She says she wants to be a teacher someday. This young Zambian […]

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Canada’s Little School

Education is the passport out of poverty. Without the community school, 12-year-old Mercy might never have received a boarding pass. Everyday, Mercy walks eight – nine kilometres to Visionledd’s Little Canada Community School. Mercy enjoys learning and her favourite subject is English. She says she wants to be a teacher someday. This young Zambian girl […]

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Leaders rally community together for the future of Chibanga

Community transformation is not an overnight event – it is a process that takes place in God’s time, through the people that God calls and equips. Challenges arise whenever God’s work is carried out but the leaders of Chibanga have formed a unified team to oversee and support all of the community programs that are […]

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A New Church in Chibanga

Last October a team of women joined WOW on a short term mission trip to Zambia. One of the villages where the team ministered was Chibanga. The team spent the mornings teaching women to make candles and doughnuts as well as teaching them how to sew a purse or bag. The afternoons were spent going […]

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Loving One Another Through Christ (Chibanga)

Chibanga is truly a transformed community. Just a few years ago this was a community with little hope but God has awakened the hearts of many people in Chibanga and now the orphans and widows are experiencing the love of God through them. Widows are being empowered through income generating activities such as sewing, gardening […]

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