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Development Aid from People to People Zambia

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Development Aid From People To People Zambia

DAPP Zambia is working towards an improved livelihood, health, and human rights for all people of Zambia. The projects of the organisation harness peoples’ power and skills for sustainable development and positive collective change.

Long-term people centred projects

Founded in 1990 as a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation, DAPP Zambia has created development together with the people for almost three decades now.

All projects aim to harness peoples’ own power, working for sustainable development, to create positive change individually and collectively to build resilience and capacities. This includes improving livelihood, lifelong learning, as well as health and human rights for all.

Overview of project types, DAPP Zambia

(Projects where international volunteers can be included are shown in green.)

Next teams going to Zambia

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Franzi is currently volunteering in northern Zambia.

 

August 2020 · Train in Norway

Starting date for training:
1 August 2020

Starting date for project period:
1 November 2020

Project country:
Malawi – or another country, depending on what is possible and needed

Training takes place at:
One World Institute, Øyer, Norway

 

October 2020 Mozambique / Zambia

Starting date:
1 October 2020

Project countries:
Mozambique and Zambia – depending on possibility and need. Could also be in another country.

Training takes place at:
College of International Cooperation and Development, Hull, England.

 

Volunteer abroad andtTake 10 months to join a group of like-minded people.

Development Aid From People To People Zambia

DAPP Zambia is working towards an improved livelihood, health, and human rights for all people of Zambia. The projects of the organisation harness peoples’ power and skills for sustainable development and positive collective change.

Long-term people centred projects

Founded in 1990 as a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation, DAPP Zambia has created development together with the people for almost three decades now.

All projects aim to harness peoples’ own power, working for sustainable development, to create positive change individually and collectively to build resilience and capacities. This includes improving livelihood, lifelong learning, as well as health and human rights for all.

Next teams going to Zambia

August 2020 · Train in Norway

Starting date for training:
1 August 2020

Starting date for project period:
1 November 2020

Project country:
Malawi – or another country, depending on what is possible and needed

Training takes place at:
One World Institute, Øyer, Norway

 

October 2020 Mozambique / Zambia

Starting date:
1 October 2020

Project countries:
Mozambique and Zambia – depending on possibility and need. Could also be in another country.

Training takes place at:
College of International Cooperation and Development, Hull, England.

 

Read stories from Zambia

Follow Franziska's blog!

Franzi is currently volunteering in northern Zambia.

 

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Dear visitor


In these precarious times, we stay committed to extending our solidarity and support to marginalised communities who, once again, will bear the brunt of another worldwide crisis.

Right now, we are reassessing how we can do just that. We aim to start new teams in August. The world will need all good forces who are willing and able to do whatever is needed. Let’s unite and get to work as soon as possible.

Stay safe and best wishes!
The Take 10 Volunteer communications and admissions team