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New School Building Underway!

Updated: Apr 7, 2023

Thank you so much for your continued support of Reaching the Heart of Zambia even through this difficult time! We have seen God work in some mighty ways at the school over the summer and are very happy that you get to share in this work for the Kingdom!

In September, we ran a fundraiser for a new school building next to the one that is used daily. Due to the COVID-19 regulations, we were having a difficult time fitting all the children into the one building while maintaining social distancing. Already the tight quarters had been an issue, but the new rules health inspectors were enforcing made this need a lot more prominent.

We are so thankful for all the support people gave and are excited to see that the school is beginning to come together. The foundation was laid by the end of September and the actual building began soon after.

The children are super excited to begin using this building and we can’t wait to see what God does through the use of this new space!

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