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WISE supports education, empowerment and economic independence for vulnerable women and children in Zambia through educational, vocational, and agricultural initiatives.

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The people of Western Zambia are warm and welcoming. The lives of these men, women and children are set against a backdrop of abuse, abandonment, poverty and a crushing lack of opportunity. They make up the statistics that put Western Zambia as one of the poorest regions of sub-Saharan Africa, with one of the highest rates of female child marriage and little else but subsistence farming to live on. Despite these insurmountable odds, the women and children of Zambia show infectious optimism and perseverance that inspire us at WISE to do our bit to create economic opportunities through education, agriculture and vocational training.

We give high school scholarships for at-risk, vulnerable students in remote villages and fund any gaps left by government assistance when they graduate and make it to college. WISE has a 100-acre farm north of Kaoma, Zambia, where we teach beneficial farming practices, and a Women’s Center where vocational training in tailoring and sewing is offered to displaced women. Our model works. Vulnerable children from remote villages in Zambia, facing the prospect of never completing school and being married well before the age of 18, are now heading to universities to pursue the professions of their choosing. Families are able to have sufficient income to send their younger children to school. And we are just getting started. We invite you to read more about our work and explore ways you can help.

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Gift’s Story

Gift, in her own words: “I am a double orphan and found it very difficult to complete my secondary education, but with the intervention of WISE, my hope was rekindled.

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Albert’s Story

What happens when your father leaves your mother and 6 siblings? If you have drive and dreams, you overcome — with the help of family, friends and community.

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Pelekelo’s Story

Pelekelo lived an hour and a half walk from the nearest village and even had to cross a river with crocodiles.

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