A community asset like none-other.
We pride ourselves on having community buy-in and creating programs that respond to needs raised by the youth themselves. Recently, growth has been stunted by our current facility— a rented, retrofitted house too small to properly implement programs.
In 2014, the Kafue District Council donated a plot of land to the Amos Youth Centre to build an innovative, custom-designed facility. This represents an incredible indicator of the community’s support.
The new center will house a library, computer lab, classrooms, community hall, and kitchen/ dining room. The project will provide 250 to 300 students daily with access to high-quality, English-language school books, e-learning resources, tutoring and academic counseling, sexual and health education, one-on-one and group counseling, recreational activities (i.e., art, drama), and leadership training.
As the only facility of its kind in Zambia, the new center will be an innovative asset for the community and nation.