Education and Health in Zambia



Our Mission

We help developing communities in rural Zambia

through education and health by:


– Financing new school facilities

– Donating books and educational materials

– Funding wells and boreholes

– Collaborating with NGOs and local organizations

Come join our Paella Party on the banks of the Kennebec River! The event will begin at 12 noon and finish at 5 pm. 

For more information, please fill in our contact form and write “Information Paella Party” as your message.

For places to see we have create a list of lodging in the Phippsbur/Bath, Maine area.


Life is not easy for the villagers in the Luangwa Valley in the Eastern Province of Zambia. Most of them live in basic huts without electricity or running water. Having access to health care and education is a luxury for few and the effect of AIDS and other diseases continues to be a constant in their lives.

According to The World Bank, Zambia ranks among the countries with the highest levels of poverty and inequality globally. More than 58% (2015) of Zambia’s 16.6 million people earn less than the international poverty line of $1.90 per day (compared to 41% across Sub-Saharan Africa) and three quarters of the poor live in rural areas.
World Bank





Dollars raised

students in Kapita

students sponsored

More people with access to clean water

Fundación Livingstone

c/Correos 14 – 1
46002 Valencia, Spain

Una organización registrada
en España sin ánimo de lucro.

CIF G98664725


 Livingstone Foundation for Africa
176 Cold Spring Farm Rd.
Phippsburg, ME 04562

Recognized by the IRS as a not for profit
501(c)3 charitable organization in the USA.

EIN: 82-2668093


Come join us for a “Paella Party” on the banks of the Kennebec River in Phippsburg, Maine. The event will go from 12 noon to 5 pm.

For more information, please fill out our contact form and write “Information Paella Party” in the message block.

For information on lodging, we have created a special link with hotels, Airbnb’s and more.