Advocacy and Influence

Approaches aimed at influencing government policy and legislation to benefit OVC’s access to quality education

Capacity Building

Increasing teacher and community capacity to provide quality education to OVC

Service Delivery

Supporting the development of schools, providing teaching and learning materials, bursaries, school feeding and communities to create an enabling environment for enhanced environment for enhanced educational opportunities for OVC 

ZOCS to Celebrate 29 Years

This year 2021 marks 29 years of ZOCS’ existence and still keeping true to the vision of pursuing more educational opportunities for OVC in Zambia.Since 1992, Zambia Open Community Schools (ZOCS) has been supporting community schools in different parts of the country. A lot has happened over the past 20 years. What started with 48 out-of-school girls learning under a tree in Misisi compound in Lusaka has grown into a professional NGO (registered since 1996).

Projects

Zocs has a number of projects all around the country 

Impact Stories 

With dedicated efforts ZOCS has embarked on various activities that showcase the need to help OVCs

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LEADERS

Zocs is led by a team of Technocrats who have adequate capacity to manage the organization and its programs 

CLEOPATRA MUMA

Executive Director

REGINA LIALABI

Programs Manager

NAMAKAU MUPETA

Finance Manager

PETRONELLA SIBEENE

Research and Advocay Manager

BRIGHTON ILUKENA

M&E Manager

HECTOR SWAZI

Education Manager

LETTICIA CHOOLA

Grants Specialist

PIMMY MUZYAMBA

Resource Mobilisation Manager

ARIZONA KAKOLE

Project Manager -SRI

Latest news

Here is our latest news from activities around the country

ZOCS launched a colouring book called “Plant a Tree and Good Things will Happen”. Through its 40 beautiful pages with […]
Zambia Open Community Schools (ZOCS) Programme and Advocacy Manager Cleopatra Muma has commended Zambian Chiefs for their active participation in championing Girl-Child education in their chiefdoms.
Zambia Open Community Schools (ZOCS) says it is determined to retain girls that dropped out of school last year.