We focus our work with grantee-partners in Zambia. Our networks in this country stem from the first grants we made in 2011 and continue to grow.


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The Butterfly Tree supports orphans and rural communities in Zambia decimated by the HIV and AIDS pandemic by providing safe water & sanitation, feeding programmes, improved health and educational facilities, malaria prevention, sustainable community projects and an orphan support programme.

£102,155 invested.

We have worked with The Butterfly Tree since 2013.


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Just a Drop believes that with clean water, communities can begin to lift themselves out of poverty and build brighter futures. A lack of clean water and sanitation hold back development and makes it harder for communities to escape the poverty cycle. This partnership has since seen the implementation of a number of water & sanitation projects across the Southern Province in Zambia.

£84,815 invested.

We have worked with Just a Drop since 2011.


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The ATD Foundation is working with and funding the Livingstone Youth Football Academy who recruit players and offer opportunities to young people throughout the Southern Province of Zambia. By improving the facilities of the academy and supporting local projects, the club is developing into a force for good in the surrounding communities. The aim is to increase the reach of the football academy to enable players from more remote villages to play, harness their talent and develop not only their football ability, but through membership of their local team, confidence and resilience to support advances in the local community.

£64,548 invested.

We have worked with the Livingstone Youth Football Academy since 2017.


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African Revival builds infrastructure, empowers whole communities – pupils, teachers and parents – to transform government-run and parent-run schools into thriving learning environments that build brighter, better futures.

£25,338 invested.

We have worked with African Revival since 2013.


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Tackle Africa uses the power of football to provide young Africans with the knowledge, confidence and services to realise their sexual health rights and help protect themselves and their communities from HIV. All the learning takes place on the pitch in a way that young people enjoy, remember and understand. We work with adolescent boys and girls in roughly equal numbers, training young people as coaches to deliver sexual health education and support on the football pitch with their peers.

£8,499 invested.

We have worked with Tackle Africa since 2018.