Airport Community School was founded in 2003 in an old Road Department building in the town of Choma, Zambia. Beginning with 45 students and only two volunteer teachers, today the school boasts an enrollment of 700 male and female students with eight teachers. Airport Community School has also extended its 1st through 5th grade curriculum to include 6th and 7th grade.
With this growth has come a shortage of learning materials for the expanding student body. Airport Community School recently added a computer lab and asked Anike Foundation for a donation of computers so more students can learn with new technologies.
With your support, Anike Foundation can provide Airport Community School with the necessary resources to continue to grow and promote education in Choma. Find out how you can help: http://anikefoundation.org/index.php/ways-to-give/