You’ve Created a Foundation for the Girls Dorm in Zambia! 

Poverty impacts girls hard, leaving them to overcome hunger, illness, depression, and danger. But education can be one of the surest paths out of poverty, and a girls dorm can help.   

Thank you again caring for vulnerable high school girls in Zambia and helping us raise $75,000 to build their dorm. We are on our way to building a safe, sanitary, secure place for the girls to rest so they have the opportunity to journey out of poverty. 

Here are a few more pictures fresh from the construction site in Kalasa Mukosa, Zambia. 

Laying a Foundation for the Girls Dorm 

Through hard work and partnership, a dream team of church volunteers and hired construction specialists have labored tirelessly to build the girls dorm. So far, they have laid a strong foundation to build on. 

Mixing cement by hand. 

Mixing cement by hand

Pouring cement by hand. 

Pouring cement by hand


Leveling the foundation by hand. 

Leveling foundation by hand


The completed foundation! 

The completed foundation


Your gifts are building a safe, sanitary, secure place for the girls so they can receive an education and follow the path out of poverty. Thank you!   

You Can Still Help Zambia!  

Click here to learn more about this amazing project.   

And if you didn’t get a chance to help build safe housing for these precious girls, don’t worry. You can always partner with us to make an ongoing difference in the lives of the extreme poor by helping them start a life that sustains families, builds businesses, feeds communities, and educates people. 

Thank you again for building a safe dorm for the young ladies attending Kalasa Mukosa High School. 

Malia Rodriguez
Malia Rodriguez

Malia loves serving as a Copywriter for Bright Hope, where she has the privilege to share how God is working among the vulnerable and caring for the extreme poor around the world. As a homeschool mom, Malia strives to develop in her kids compassionate, generous, and caring hearts. Malia and her husband, Matt, live in the Washington, DC area with their son and daughter.