Project Name: Social Stock Exchange Project Reach: Global
Target Beneficiaries: Social impact enterprises, marginalised groups, impact investors, etc. Thematic Area: Microeconomic Empowerment
Collaborators: Impact Investing Exchange Foundation, Securities Exchange Commission, etc. SDG: Reduced inequality
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mr. Charles Mate
Project Time Frame: Medium Term (13 – 36 Months) Funding Sources: Donor Agencies: USAID, UNICEF
Concept:

Social stock exchanges like investment and financial markets connect demand and supply. Particularly, these exchanges connect social enterprises looking to raise capital with impact investors looking to invest. The clear caveat on these exchanges is the augmentation of metrics such as Return On Investment (ROI), with such metrics as Social Return On Investment (SROI). These exchanges are used as forces of good, where investment is not only pursued for financial gain but public Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) good as well. Further, global impact investing is by the 2020 estimated to be worth USD 650 Million. Key is for developing countries to create enabling environments for impact investors to be able to take significant shares of this market. Among the key areas of improvement in Zambia is improving information flow of which establishing a social exchange takes priority. Social enterprises can then be listed and social securities traded on this exchange, an example of such a social security is the Women’s Livelihood Bond (a bond dedicated to the development of women enterprises). Various types of innovations (securitizations) and financial derivatives can be made on the Zambian market.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Social Cause Debates Project Location: Lusaka initially, the across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries: School Pupils, University Students, Teachers & Lecturers. Thematic Area: Social Research
Collaborators: Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflections, Caritas Zambia, UNZA Theology, Chelstone High School, Munali High School, Canisius High School, etc. SDG: Peace, justice and strong institutions
Project Start Date: Friday, June 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mrs. Beatrice K. Simpasa
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: Donor Agencies: UNICEF; Internal Finance, Corporate (Advert based)
Concept:

The importance of social considerations is best instilled while young, otherwise the tenets of pure capitalism will overshadow their significance in adulthood. More optimal than merely teaching is making students participants in the generation of social arguments. Overall, this approach not only instils the intended principles in the future leaders but also makes a case for them to the current leaders. This project will use the foregoing in drawing hot button social issues to leaders and the general public while ringfencing the future from social sabotage.

 

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Wesbr Web Learning Project Reach: Lusaka in the first phase and across Zambia in the second phase.
Target Beneficiaries: School Pupils & University/College Students Thematic Area: Child Education
Collaborators: University of Zambia Associations, Mulungushi University Associations, Canisius High School, Munali High School, Chelstone High School, etc. SDG: Quality education
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Dr. Amos Banda
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: Donor Agencies: UNICEF, Save the Children; Internal Finance
Concept:

There is currently numerous unethical tutoring in most tertiary institutions: tutors have developed a tendency of doing assignments and research work for students. On the other hand, pupils in the grade school system tend to find challenges getting local online support for their academic work. This project will offer pupils and students a platform on which they can be tutored on specific topics. The platform will also offer ethical assistance with assignments and homework. The tutoring will be done by Wesbr Tutors, that will be registered and screened by the Foundation and have their profiles published on the Foundation’s website. Special assignments will require some minimalist user fees to generate performance-based remuneration to the Tutors.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Wesbr Alcoholic Anonymous – Health Project Location: Lusaka in the first phase
Target Beneficiaries: Terminal Patients, Cancer Diseases Patients, etc. Thematic Area: Health Awareness
Collaborators: University Teaching Hospital, Levy Mwanawasa Hospital, Cancer Diseases Hospital, Chelstone Clinic, etc. SDG: Good health and well-being
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mrs. Beatrice K. Simpasa
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: World Health Organization, Ministry of Health, Internal Finance, etc.
Concept:

Going through terminal illness can be devastating, more so without support. Developing countries have a further problem, lack of quality information on terminal illness as well as a tendency to hide terminal illnesses, this is further compounded by poverty. This project will provide a platform on which patients and care givers can share experiences and draw out motivational sponsorships. The discussions will be facilitated by professional counsellors engaged by the Foundation.

 

 

 

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Grand Total

1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Wesbr Alcoholic Anonymous Substance Abuse Project Location: Lusaka in the first phase, across Zambia in the second phase
Target Beneficiaries: Youths with addictions to substances Thematic Area: Substance Abuse
Collaborators: Chainama Mental Hospital SDG: Good health and well-being
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Ms. Mirriam B. Kapindula
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: World Health Organization, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, Internal Finance
Concept:

Social media & pop culture have served to colloquialize drug and alcohol abuse. Songs such as ‘Kumalilangoma’, movies such as ‘The Wolf of Wallstreet’ and phenomena such as ‘Chi Cup’ send the message: ‘not only is abusing drugs & alcohol normal but one is uncool if they don’t’. As social dynamics would have it the message, the message “Substance abuse can significantly affect a person’s socio-economic status, productivity & drive to succeed” is being phased out. To counteract this, the Project will organize peer talks, support groups and Alcoholics Anonymous Groups that will facilitate professionally managed Peer to Peer sobriety promotion.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Social Research Project Location: Lusaka in the first phase, across Zambia in the second phase
Target Beneficiaries: Marginalised communities, Rural Zambia, etc. Thematic Area: Social Research
Collaborators: Ministry of Higher Education, ZIPAR, PMRC, CSO, etc. SDG: Clean water and sanitation

Good health and well-being

Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Dr. Anthony Simpasa
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: UN System, Internal Finance, Research Grants, etc.
Concept:

Much of main stream research is conducted on topics and case studies with high generalization potential. As such, most policy is developed based on generalized research findings. The cumulative effect of the foregoing is twofold; cardinal community specific issues go unresearched and policy accuracy is compromised. It follows that some inhuman situations persist due to lack of scientific study and expert coordinated problem solving. Further, while expertise may be available and willingness prevalent, some community problems remain unresolved due to lack of funding in community specific research. The Project will create an open source platform on which experts can meet to conduct research on issues that affect the communities, with a view to enhancing quality of life. This will be done by significantly sub-dividing the problem to the extent that the volunteer group achieves a large research milestone without each volunteer necessary doing much heavy lifting.

 

 

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Grand Total

1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Two Week MBA – Orphanage Staff Project Location: Lusaka in the first phase
Target Beneficiaries: Orphanage & Community School Managers, Children in Orphanages and Community School Thematic Area: Sustainable Orphanage Management
Collaborators: Social Welfare Department, Orphanages, Community Schools, etc. SDG: Sustainable cities and communities
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Ms. Mirriam B. Kapindula
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: UNICEF, Save the Children, Child Fund, etc.
Concept:

Lack of expertise in locally initiated orphanages and community schools is a persistent problem. The conceptualization and launch of these institutions by community philanthropists work well but management tends to be problematic. This normally leads to poor service quality to the members of these institutions (children) as well as lack of financial sustainability overall. This project will work to augment the efforts of these community philanthropists by providing institution customised practical management skills to orphanage and community school staff through the two-week MBA program.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

 

Project Name: Two-Week MBA – Microenterprises Project Coverage:  Lusaka, with reach across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries:  Business owners, SMEs etc. Thematic Area: Microeconomic Empowerment
Collaborators: Ministry of youth and sports Zambia, SDG: Decent work and economic growth
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mr. Wiza Ng’ambi
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources:  Donor Agencies: Internal financing, USAID, UNICEF, Corporate sponsorship
Concept:

Over 80 percent of employment in Zambia is informal sector employment. Furthermore, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) employ as much as 50 percent of the working population in Zambia. This project focuses on small and micro enterprises and seeks to offer basic business training to the managers of these enterprises to enhance their efficiency and facilitate their growth. This will be achieved through industry customised short business trainings: two-week MBAs. This will be conducted on site with a few classes in classrooms to administer exams and quizzes. The scheduling of the program will be fashioned to fit the schedules of the selected target group.

 

 

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Grand Total

1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

 

 

Project Name: Polyethylene Recycling Plant Project Location: Lusaka, with reach across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries: General citizens, government etc. Thematic Area: Environmental Protection
Collaborators: Lusaka city council, schools, Ministry of Health, Unite4Climate Zambia, Environmental Health Of Zambia etc. SDG: Clean water and sanitation
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mr. Charles Mate
Project Time Frame: Medium Term (13 – 36 Months) Funding Sources:  Donor Agencies: USAID, UNICEF
Concept:

The importance of recycling cannot be overemphasized. The Foundation will set up a polyethylene recycling plant. The plant will buy used polyethylene bottles, plastic bag and kitchenware and run them through the plant for sale to manufacturers and bottlers. This project will both be an income generating activity as well as a core Foundation project.

 

 

 

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Grand Total

1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: High School STEM Workshop Project Coverage: Across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries:  Junior and Secondary school pupils Thematic Area: Child Education
Collaborators: Ministry of education, teachers etc. SDG: Quality education
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Dr. Amos Banda
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources:  Donor Agencies: Internal financing, USAID, UNICEF , Corporate sponsorship(marketing)
Concept:

The project will offer free workshops onsite and through online channels in Science, Technology, English and Mathematics (STEM) related subjects. These workshops will culminate in STEM competitions; a smaller scale proxy of JETS competitions composed of both quizzes and projects.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Reduce, Reuse Recycle Social Media Campaign Project Location: Lusaka, with reach across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries: General citizens, government etc. Thematic Area: Environmental Protection
Collaborators: Lusaka city council, schools, Unite4Climate Zambia, Environmental Health Of Zambia etc. SDG: Clean water and sanitation
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mrs. Beatrice K. Simpasa
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources:  Donor Agencies: Internal funding, USAID, UNICEF
Concept:

Reducing use, Reusing and Recycling is by far the most efficient message for resource conservation. The Foundation will run social media campaigns on the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling; enlisting the help of social media influencers.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Tree planting Project Location: Lusaka, with reach across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries: General citizens, government etc. Thematic Area: Environmental Protection
Collaborators: Lusaka city council, schools, Ministry of agriculture, Ministry of Health, Unite4Climate Zambia, Department of Forestry, etc. SDG: Climate action
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mr. Charles Mate
Project Time Frame: Medium Term (13 – 36 Months) Funding Sources:  Donor Agencies: Internal funding, USAID, UNICEF
Concept:

The value of trees is mostly downplayed. Besides providing oxygen, improving air quality, climate amelioration, conserving water and preserving soil, trees also support critical wildlife that circles back to our food chain. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, “One acre of forest absorbs six tons of carbon dioxide and puts out four tons of oxygen. This is enough to meet the annual needs of 18 people.” The value of trees has come into focus due to the effects of climate change, their value is now more than ever indispensable. On this project the Foundation will partner with the Ministry of Health, Department of Forestry, unti4climate and Councils to help with land and seedlings then collaborate with grade schools in plating/replanting trees.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Support to Anti-AIDs Clubs Project Location: Across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries: Youths, school children Thematic Area: Health Awareness
Collaborators: Ministry of Health, Ministry of Youth, Ministry of Gender and Child Development SDG: Good health and well-being
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Dr. Amos Banda
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources:  Donor Agencies: Internal financing, USAID, UNICIEF
Concept:

Like most societal problems preventative solutions are better than remedial ones and instilling these solutions is best done while subjects are young. This project will apply the foregoing in the HIV/AIDS scourge; it will rely on the peer to peer education already set up in grade schools through Anti-AIDS clubs. The project will augment the efficacy of these structures by providing literature and technical as well as financial assistance directly to Anti-AIDS initiatives in grade schools.

 

 

 

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Grand Total

1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

 

 

 

Project Name: Wesbr Master Class Project Location: Lusaka in the first phase
Target Beneficiaries: Professionals (Experienced & Young) and University/College Students Thematic Area: Philosophy
Collaborators: Professional Associations SDG: Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mr. Charles Mate
Project Time Frame: Medium Term (13 – 36 Months) Funding Sources: Corporate Sponsorship (Marketing), Internal Finance
Concept:

Jason Manford – former student of Salford University

The quarterly master classes will be given by local field experts with a bias towards arts. Sciences will nonetheless be given slots. An online survey will be run prior to the class to determine which is the most sought after. The class will last at most half a day, on location with participants with the necessary tools needed to undertake the class. User fees will be collected from participants to finance the classes and facilitate payment of the expert, corporate sponsorship will nonetheless be sought.

 

 

 

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Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 
Project Name: Health and Fitness Open Expo Project Reach: Lusaka in the first phase
Target Beneficiaries: Athletic Clubs, Physical Health Providers, Fitness Enthusiasts, Health Shops, etc. Thematic Area: Health Awareness
Collaborators: Physical Health Providers, Health Shops, Pharmacies, etc. SDG: Good health and well-being
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Ms. Mirriam B. Kapindula
Project Time Frame: Medium Term (13 – 36 Months) Funding Sources: Corporate Sponsorship (Marketing)
Concept:

ASF 2014

Lusaka is going through a health and fitness awakening with enthusiasts constantly looking for the best exercise gear, diets, tips & techniques. The expo will bring consumers and suppliers to the same place for at most a day to share experiences, make presentations, hold competitions such as races, athletics and indoor games.

 

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

 

Project Name: WNLR Awards Project Location: Across Zambia
Target Beneficiaries: Children in Orphanages & Community Schools, Teachers & Managers of Orphanages & Community Schools Thematic Area: Child Education
Collaborators: Previous Collaborators in the Awards (Ivwananji, Greenhill & Vinebranch), New Collaborators (New Orphanages and Community Schools) SDG: Quality education
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mr. Wiza Ng’ambi
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: Corporate Sponsorship, Internal Finance, UNICEF, Save the Children, etc.
Concept:

The WNLR Awards are Wesbr Foundation produced annual awards to honour the best performing children in orphanage(s) and community schools. The Awards aim to motivate orphaned children with the view that they break from the poverty cycle through academic and social excellence. Further, the Awards promote child education and orphanage philanthropy through outreach and media campaigns. The caveat here is the inclusion of the quarterly awards at school level and that will culminate in the annual awards at inter school level.

 

 

 

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Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

Project Name: Wesbr National NGO Bulletin Project Reach: National
Target Beneficiaries: NGOs, Social Financiers, Government Thematic Area: Philosophy
Collaborators: Publishers, Columnists, NGOs, etc. SDG: Responsible consumption and production
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Mrs. Beatrice K. Simpasa
Project Time Frame: Medium Term (13 – 36 Months) Funding Sources: Corporate Sponsorship (Marketing), Internal Finance, etc.
Concept:

The 2000s have seen a rise in the establishment of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) as well as Civil Society Organization (CSOs). The clutter in this sector of society requires some disentangling from the perspective of social financiers as well as the NGOs & CSOs themselves. The former to be able to see the best social investment the latter to avoid duplication of efforts as well as seek out guidance and partnerships. The Quarterly Bulletin will achieve just that; stocktaking NGO & CSO activities at minimal cost as well as self-financing through selling of ad space. The Quarterly will additionally include necessary NGO & CSO statistics.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 
Project Name: Wesbr Cultural Exchange Program Project Reach: International
Target Beneficiaries: Local and International School Pupils and University/College Students Thematic Area: Mentorship
Collaborators: University of Zambia, International Universities, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SDG: Partnerships to achieve the goals
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Dr. Anthony Simpasa
Project Time Frame: Medium Term (13 – 36 Months) Funding Sources: Foreign Universities, Internal Finance
Concept:

Cultures vary across the world, and development psychology argues that exposure to varying cultures leads to increased confidence and cognitive ability. Further, exposure to external cultures is likely to increase information sharing as regards problem solving, social entrepreneurship and innovation among others. This project will tie-in societal problems and constitute multicultural working groups to solve these problems. The project will be a two-way program such that it will not only look for host institutions internationally but will also host program visitors.

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA
                 

 

 

Project Name: Wesbr Blood Drive Project Coverage: National
Target Beneficiaries: Anaemia Patients, Surgery Patients, Accident Victims, etc.  Thematic Area: Health Awareness
Collaborators: Zambia National Blood Transfusion Service, Media Houses, etc. SDG: Good health and well-being
Project Start Date: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Overseeing Trustee: Ms. Mirriam B. Kapindula
Project Time Frame: Short Term (0 – 12 Months) Funding Sources: World Health Organization, Health Foundations, Internal Finance
Concept:

As a rule of thumb, a bag of blood saves three lives. The Zambia National Blood Transfusion Service (ZNBTS) is almost always in a deficit (of blood). One generally experiences the hassle of this in the face of illness. By source ZNBTS gets most of its blood from Secondary & High Schools; for one because pupils are more gullible. Now, schools are seasonal and supply tends to run out during extended holidays. On the other hand, relative to developed health care systems participation of the working population is minimal in Zambia. The integration of this new segment of the population is bound to increase the number of lives saved. This project will aim to achieve the foregoing

 

 

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1. 2. 3. 4.
Finalization of Project & Implementation Plan Financing Volunteer Recruitment  Implementation
Resource / Cost Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation & UN Online Volunteers/ TBA Wesbr Foundation/ TBA Wesbr Foundation, Collaborators & Volunteers/ TBA TBA