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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 16th June 2017 > African school hope as charity lands a gift

African school hope as charity lands a gift

A CHARITY based in Mid Argyll is looking forward to a brighter future after being offered a plot of land in Zambia.

Operating around the Mthunzi area in the southern African nation, ZamScotEd supports the education of vulnerable young people. The charity is busy building a secondary school in Lusaka West, offering children at four nearby elementary schools the opportunity to reach grade 12. St Columba’s school is run day to day by the Teresian Sisters, a group which runs a number of successful schools in Malawi and Zambia.

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