Empowering Zambians in the New England Area


Summer Book Sorting Report!

ZANE is happy to inform the community that the Literature For Zambia Summer Book Sorting has officially come to a close!

We are proud to say that ZANE’s Education Department has managed to source a total of
**15, 257 BOOKS**

These books have been collected since the launch of The Literature For Zambia Book Project on April 11th, 2009, during ZANE’s 2nd Annual TiliPamodzi Dinner in Boston, Massachusetts.

The main goal of ‘The Literature For Zambia Book Project’ is to increase literacy levels in Zambia. As ZANE’s adopted school, Chimwemwe Trust School is the primary recipient of books donated through this initiative.

ZANE would like to thank all volunteers who took part in the summer book sorting exercise.
We would especially like to thank all book donors who graciously took up the call to fight illiteracy in our motherland Zambia:

Oliver Hazard Perry School, Friends of Fumbelo, Long Island Public Libraries,
PTA Thoreau Elementary School, Friends of the Cary Memorial Library,
University of New Hampshire, The Putney School, Ms. Elizabeth Asiimwe, Ms. Carol H. Green & The Late Professor Martin Green, Ms. Theresa Lungu, Ms. Joanne Suk & Family, Pastor Pezzy Kudakwashe & Family and Mr. Eric Gondwe.

*Special recognition of thanks goes out to Ms. Sharon Mulenga who helped source 90% of donated books.*

ZANE needs you to efficiently run our charitable and humanitarian programs.

Please help your Zambian Association of New England and the underprivileged children of Chimwemwe Trust School…

Donate Here!

Thank you


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  1. Kwanga Jan 28, 2015


    Thank you for contacting ZANE. Unfortunately, we do not have the password. We suggest you contact ZNBC directly.


  2. Mashmallow Jan 20, 2015

    I desperately want to access ZNBC TV live stream from here in Namibia. What password should I use? Is there subscription required?
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