The Butterfly Tree has expanded considerably since it was founded in 2006. Our work has extended to four Chiefdoms in the Southern Province of Zambia with the potential to take our new innovative malaria prevention programme nationwide.

Our work has provided vital water projects, which include sixteen bore holes for schools and remote communities. We have opened a number of rural schools and have developed over twenty more by building extra classrooms, teacher’s houses and latrines. Sustainable feeding programmes have added to remote schools, which has helped to improve concentration and attendance in pupils walking long distances to seek an education. We have added the first rural high school, four special education units to rural schools and supported pre-schools.

Our health projects include two maternity clinics and four women’s shelters. We fund HIV and AIDS prevention workshops and malaria prevention initiatives, providing mosquito nets and educational workshops. In July 2015 we launched a new innovative malaria prevention project, which could potentially  save thousands of lives. Working at with the Ministry of Health at National level we aim support the government in their fight against malaria. Treatment is funded for sick children. In total we have given support to twelve health centres and Livingstone General Hospital. Over 70 community houses have been built for widows and orphans.

2016 –

2015 – expansion completed at N’dele. Development at N’gandu, Singwamba and Kauwe Schools are currently taking place. Two women’s shelter have been built at Singwamba and Kasiya. A new clinic has been added at Muchambile, and a bore hole has been installed for Bunsunga School. Further projects scheduled for this year include a special education unit at Kauwe School and expansion at River View School.

2014 – developed schools at Muchambile and Nampuyani and added a special education unit at Simango Basic School. An entire new rural clinic was opened at Mahalulu.

2013 – new school opened at Sibbulo in the Sekute Chiefdom and the advancement of a school at Chuunga. Bore holes were installed at Muchambile and Kauwe Schools in the Nyawe Chiefdom.

2012 – opening of four new schools at N’dele and Malima, in the Mukuni Chiefdom and Matengu and Silelo, in the Musokotwane Chiefdom.

2010 -11 substantial developments at Mukuni, Kamwi,  N’gandu, Katapazi and Siamasimbi schools.

All our work revolves around the orphans and vulnerable children. Our sponsor an orphan program has assisted over 500 individual children in education. Twenty seven students been sponsored for further education.