Youth Development Projects

Grassroots Soccer Grassroot Soccer (GRS) is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) who...

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Kaoma Youth & Sport Development Centre (KYSDC)

In 2010 AKP were approached to support the development of a facility...

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Powerful Discovery Programme Interview on Newstalk

We were delighted to hear the wonderful interview with Naomi Linehan on...

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What motivates us to continue our work? Watch our ‘Why?’ video here

Ever wondered what it is that motivates us to continue our work?...

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Discovery Programme

The Discovery Programme gives participants a unique opportunity to gain inspirational personal...

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Intercultural Youth Programme

“The trip was unforgettable. I loved the workshops we held in the...

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Kaoma Community School

Following the recent upgrade, over 900 children now attend Kaoma Community School...

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Kaoma Multi-Purpose Building

AKP have recently supported the development of a multi-purpose training centre adjacent...

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Education Centre & Guesthouse

Adopting our long-term sustainability approach, AKP have supported the development of an...

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Blockmaking Enterprise, Kaoma

The Blockmaking Enterprise provides a sustainable source of income for Cheshire Home...

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Where we work

While many of our projects are in Zambia, we also work in other parts of the world.

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Recent Achievements

  • Schools catering for 5,000 children
  • Boreholes and wells for both clean drinking and crop irrigation for 60 villages or 3,000 people.
  • Self sufficient farming techniques, supplies and equipment for 5,000 people (cleared 200ha and provided tools for the home)
  • Food aid has helped in the region of 10,000 people