CITW Zambia delivers first ever laboratory kit at Twabuka Basic School, Zambia, May 2015

Children in the Wilderness Programme has continued to support rural schools in Zambia and Livingstone in particular with modern education systems through provision of the latest laboratory kit at Twabuka Basic School in Livingstone.

The Zambian Education system requires the Basic Schools to provide hands on experience in its education system thus one requirement is to have the laboratory equipment which sadly Twabuka Basic School has never had.   This has had a negative effect on the children’s performance in exams and those children who progress to secondary schools are faced with another challenge as they had never seen or worked with the lab kit before.

The donation was made possible by a number guests to Toka Leya, and CITW was able to source and procure the required kit. It has brought joy to both Teachers and Pupils at Twabuka School as they now see a brighter future at the school which is keeping pace with other schools in the area.

Another gift has been the Internet USB Modem that will help the teachers and pupils research using the internet.

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