The first 31 students graduated at the DAPP Teacher Training College
The first 31 students have graduated from the DAPP Mkushi College of Education following a two year Zambia Teacher’s Education Course (ZATEC) certificate training programme. The training programme has focussed on providing the teachers to be with hand on skills, ability to mobilise and work with the communities additionally to providing their pupils quality primary education. The idea of the college is to give the teachers skills and heart for teaching in rural and hard to reach schools where the need for teachers is high.
DAPP is in the process of scaling up the Total Control of the Epidemic (TCE) to new areas namely Zimba and Kazungula as well as Sinazongwe districts in the Southern Province reaching 200,000 people.
The Farmers’ Club Irrigation Project was completed successfully in December 2013.
Like the adage “A Home far away from Home”, the Children’s Town project moves children from the streets and gives them a lifelong home through the provision of skills that give healthy and produc ve lives.
DAPP in Zambia reached over 130,000 orphans and vulnerable children in 2017 through the Zambia Families Initiative (ZAMFAM) to improve the care and resilience of vulnerable populations in the Southern and Central Provinces with financial support from USAID / PEPFAR and in close cooperation with the government.