Thousands of smart and capable Christian young people in Zambia never get a high school diploma. The costs of tuition, fees and boarding are too much for families living at or near the poverty level. And for many of those who do finish high school, college is out of the question. It’s just too expensive when families are concerned with providing the basics of food, shelter, and clothing.
Without an education, young adults have few options for breaking the cycle of poverty. Without educated leaders for the future, Zambia suffers, and the church suffers.