The KEI schools are funded by sponsors which makes it possible for us to use the Accelerated Christian Education system in all the schools, issue the children with a set of summer and winter clothing once a year and supply a meal to each child every school day. All educational equipment for both the teachers and the children also come …

This school was started in 2010 as it was noted that the children spent their days idly, without educational stimulation around the village and in the bush.The school started with eight children who met under a tree. The school now has a permanent structure, is well established with two classrooms and is highly esteemed by the local community. The school …

This Pre School was opened in 2015 in Kabula One Village. The village has never had a school and the children who are of school going age need to walk 10 kilometers to school and back each day through a densely forested area which is risky; the village has lost many children because of this. The school has three mud …

In a recent survey, it was noted that this village has 137 children between the ages of 3 and 6. The village is in a very rural area and our desire is to open a Pre School as we feel that children should not be disadvantaged because of their geographical location.

KEI holds regular short-term mission trips to Western Zambia. Visits are made to the local villages where we come alongside the people to help with basic first aid and show them the love and compassion of Jesus. We also do practical work with the ladies and in doing so, build up a relationship with them so that we can speak …