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Because of people just like you, the students of African Vision of Hope are being lifted out of extreme poverty and their lives are filled with possibility. You are their bridge from poverty to possibility.
In Zambia, students attend school January through December, with breaks in between three terms. From August 4th through September 4th, students have a month-long break and during this time they are busy with a variety of activities and chores. Unlike our families, where we plan school break vacations and adventures, children in Zambia are typically working to help their family make ends meet. Join us as we get a peek at just 10 things our students do during their school break.
My name is Jill. I was first introduced to African Vision of Hope 17 years ago, started volunteering and took my first Mission Trip to Zambia in 2008. I am now a part of the global African Vision of Hope team and I am so thankful to be the hands and feet of Jesus to these vulnerable children and families. It is my passion to bring their stories to light and partner with you to break the cycle of extreme poverty.
Think back to when you were in eighth grade. Most of us were struggling with adolescence and all that comes with it. We typically had countless extracurricular activities and friends to keep us busy. Of course, who can forget preparing for high school? These memories are something we will never forget. There is a student in Zambia who has a unique story of her own educational journey, including how it is shaping the next generation.
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African Vision of Hope
8 Professional Park Drive
Maryville, IL 62062
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