MOVE provides community capacity resources to the people of Zambia's Western Province, developing short and long term humanitarian projects that require a level of skill and expertise that we in Australia see as common place and would normally be used to increase our quality of life, not provide life support.
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We join everyday people with extraordinary projects using their skills to bridge the gap in Zambia. Whether you are a laborer or nurse, engineer or childcare worker your everyday skills make a huge difference in the third world.
In 2015, MOVE installed a water well at small village about 1 hour North East of Mongu which now services over 300 people per day Video ...
In 2016, MOVE completed phase 3 of the water supply system to the Village of Hope school, which was commenced in 2011. The system now provides fresh clean water 24/7 to over 500 children and staff, also meeting the needs of the Hospital, Medical Centre and Save a Life Centre.
This is just the beginning, MOVE will continue to provide Water Security to the people of the Mongu and the Western Province. Video ...
Water gives life, in Zambia nearly two people in three people lack access to clean water and half the population has nowhere to go to the toilet. Over 5,000 children die every year from diarrhoea and malnutrition.
We believe in equipping people with the skills, resources and knowledge so they can overcome the causes of their exclusion and suffering.