Charity Centre for Children and Youth Development

Solwezi, Zambia, Africa
Charity Centre for children and Youth Development is a community based organization which is helping orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia through the provision of basic education and skills development for self reliance.

Online Volunteering

Below is a list of online tasks we would love help with!
Content Writing
Write a funding grant proposal 10 - 15 hours
Content Writing
Write English posts for our Facebook page Ongoing
Web Work
Update our website Ongoing
Content Writing
Review & amend our website/blog content 15 - 20 hours

Contact Person

Mr Alex Bwaluka
P. O. Box 110048, Solwezi, Zambia.

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Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people

Teaching children at the school and general management of the organization.

Charity Centre for Children and Youth Development (CCCYD) is a Non-profit, Non-political and Nonreligious Organizations which was established to help Orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs), Youth, women and persons with physical challenges improve their standards of Living through the provision of several life skills, education support, HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, provision of micro-entrepreneurship skills and as well as material support

We envision a society that will work towards eradication of poverty, HIV and AIDS, illiteracy among Orphans and vulnerable children, youths and women in Society.

The Organization's mission is to promote and enhance the capabilities of children, youth and women in Zambia and beyond to effect positive social change that would necessitate the development of their lives, communities and the nation at large

Objectives of the organization:
a) To promote access to quality education to the under privileged and empower them for being responsible citizens.
b) To support the orphans, the displaced, widows elderly and the physically hand caped with essential items and provide sustainable source of living.
c) To help young people discover their skills competences and talents that will enable them become responsible citizens.
d) Promoting and encouraging education to families affected by HIV/AIDS especially orphans left through provision of school fees, uniforms, scholastic materials to re-enter formal schoolings.
e) Under take children’s rights and gender awareness campaigns and community sensitization and training on gender issues so as to promote gender equity.
f) To support girl child education by linking them to organization that give scholarships from any part of the world.
g) To train the youth with practical and vocational skills that will help them meet the job market of new technologies.