Nilina Hope Limited was registered as a company limited by guarantee in 2016. Our mission is to make a difference in the lives of children, especially vulnerable children and create the next generation of volunteers.
Our work is grounded in the need to understand the root causes of issues affecting young people in our communities. We are currently focusing on vulnerable children and street kids.
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Our mission is to distribute the future to our children and create the next generation of volunteers.
"The future is already here - it's just not evenly distributed." – William Gibson
We value our children. We value our volunteers. We value an equitable world in which all human beings live with dignity. We take full responsibility for fixing our own challenges - our children, our responsibility.
We are Made in Zambia. But seriously. We are working on fixing our own challenges. Between us and our partners, there's pretty much very little we can't fix.
We love what we do. We have a great team that continues to deliver life-changing services and activities to children mostly, but also the wider community. Our kids are amazing! Some of them learnt what we do through their friends, and then went back and told their parents they also wanted to be at our learning centre! You have to love that. Self-motivated, wanting to learn and then showing up Monday to Friday to learn and play with their friends. Hearing what their parents and guardians have told us about the work we have done, and continue to do, is very rewarding. Read some of these testimonials below on this page.
In September 2019, we bought new school shoes and socks for all our 110 kids. Thanks to our team for making this possible, our donors and to Zamshu for supplying the shoes.
In January 2018. We held our first Mentorship Program at Full Proof Mission Chisomo Centres in Makeni.
In May 2016 we donated blankets to SOS Zambia in Livingstone.
In 2015 we donated revision books and sports equipment to Chitende High School.
In 2015 we held the Zambian Food Big Breakfast Challege. This was the begining of what was to become the organisation that we are today.
In 2016 we donated a bunk bed and all beddings shown in the photo to Full Proof Mission Chisomo Centre in Makeni.
We give to others, but we too have received many donations from other organisations. We received donations of school bags, textbooks, pens, pencils and many others school items from Box For a Child in January 2020.
In 2016 we donated sports equipment to Jack Moffat Memorial School.
In 2016 we donated tablets to Jack Moffat Memorial School.
In July 2019, we conducted a needs assessment of the Kamatipa community. If you would like to buy a copy of the report, or would like to fund further work on the report, please email us at [email protected]
The learning programme has lessened my burden of sending my children to school. I'm the breadwinner in our family. I sell vegetables as a business. I have seven children. Four of my own and three orphaned nieces. Taking care of this number of children has been a challenge. Before your free learning programme came to our community, only the first and second borns were able to go to school. All the others stayed at home and helped me sell vegetables.
Gangs have reduced among boys aged 12 and above who had dropped out of school due to not meeting the demands of government schools. Because these kids now spend time learning and doing other co-curricular activities. They rarely have time to loiter the streets, drinking alcohol and mocking passing girls as the girls head to school.
I run a makeshift store next to my house. I don’t make much money. My son John stopped going to school because he was mocked about being old for his grade. So I am really thankful because your learning centre has placed him in the appropriate class without first looking at his age or height. It is also a blessing that my son now wears expensive school shoes. Shoes that I cannot afford to buy him from the money that I make. – Mr. Phiri