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Kapani School Project
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In 1986, the renowned Norman Carr, founder of Norman Carr Safaris, established the Kapani School Project, a non-profit organisation focused on expanding educational opportunities for students from Mfuwe, Zambia.
The Kapani School Project's earliest aims were to provide uniforms and books to as many children as possible. Today, with monetary and in-kind support from the Time + Tide Foundation, the Project sponsors over 80 students across all levels of education. Additionally, the Kapani School Project runs a Girls Club with the aim to enhance young girls' self-esteem and encourage them to stay academically focused despite the challenges of adolescence and the domestic pressures of rural life.
"Before [girls club] I was failing to answer questions in class and I did not understand when the teacher was speaking. Now I feel very good about myself… I am Jackline and I want to finish school and become a doctor."

- Jackline Soko, grade 8, Katete Boarding School. Jackline was accepted to Grade 8 at one of the top schools in the Eastern Province of Zambia. Her unemployed parents could not afford the high school fees, so she is now sponsored under the Kapani School Project.