Friends For Zambia

About Us

A glimpse into what we do

Friends For Zambia is a Canadian non-governmental organization (NGO) that supports the need for basic education for the children of Lilayi, Zambia. It was established to raise money to build a community school in Lilayi, and as a result, Twitti Primary School was officially opened in July 2012. 


Since then, Friends For Zambia has maintained involvement with the school and continues to support various projects identified by the Lilayi Education Trust.


What's happening at Twitti? The latest news is here!

Lafarge Zambia Contributes to Twitti Infrastructure

Lafarge Zambia has informed Twitti Primary School that their Corporate Social Responsibility Committee has decided to contribute 300 bags of cement towards a project at the school.  The administration is very grateful to Lafarge for their continued support as a community sponsor and will soon announce the project to be undertaken. Thank you Lafarge!

Final Exams for Twitti Primary School Pupils


On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 the end of year exams will start for all the pupils at TPS.  

The last day of exams is Thursday, November 29. During that period the children will be dismissed at noon.  

Open Day for Parents to come to school for Report Cards is Friday, December 6, between 8am and 12:30.  This is the last day of the school year.

In the Notice announcing these dates Head Teacher Patrick Munyama reminded parents of their pledge to support the school by contributing one ream of paper per family per term.  Those who have not yet done so can bring the paper to the school on December 6.  Mr. Munyama ended his notice by saying: " We appreciate  and cherish your support.  May God bless you; have a happy Christmas and a prosperous 2019."

Grade 7 Class Outing after Exams

At Munda Wanga Environmental Park on November 11, 2018

On Sunday, November 11, 2018, the Grade 7 class of Twitti Primary School made a special trip to Munda Wanga Park in nearby Chilanga.  The pupils were celebrating the end of their National Exams.  Now they will wait for the results.  At Munda Wanga they could swim, see wildlife in the zoo and enjoy the beautiful grounds.  so nice to relax after all their study and stress.

Thank you to Twitti School bus driver,  Uncle Austine, who drove them there and back.  See more photos in the 2018 Gallery.

Contact Us

Send us your comments or questions by email, phone or letter

 

Shelley O'Callaghan shelley.oc@icloud.com 


Patricia Ellsworth ellpatg@gmail.com

Friends for Zambia

3775 Edgemont Boulevard, North Vancouver, BC V7R 2P6, CA

(604) 904-8555