Students with Lambton Kent District School Board raised funds for education in Zambia

Thousands of Sarnia-Lambton and Chatham-Kent high school students have laid the foundation for the creation of a new high school in Zambia. Members of Enactus Lambton were recently on hand to see the official opening of a new elementary school building in Gaali – a village of 4,000 in southern Zambia – as part of an effort to accept 200 more students into the school. Construction of the new school block means villagers can move forward with their plans to turn another nearby elementary school – with a current population of 200 students – into a high school. “Without (the new building), there would be 200 kids who wouldn't have a chance to go to school because there's no room for them anywher

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