Zambia police’s Women Network Airport Division visits Nsansa Village Community Development Mission


As women across the world are celebrating women’s day under the theme, “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality”, the Zambia police’s Women Network Airport Division marked their celebratation by paying it forward to the marginalized in the community through giving back and uplifting the orphans at Nsansa Village Community Development Mission.

{The boys at Nsansa village Community Development Mission welcome the Women Network Airport Division)

Nsansa village community development is a non-profit and non-governmental organization that helps marginalized people in society. With a decade long experience in helping young adolescence from the street, the founder, Mr. Jasper Mutale was able to share some of the success stories and challenges that Nsansa has faced along the way, from taking in teenage drug addicts from the streets to rehabilitating them and providing them education and skills so they can be reintegrated in society. Commanding officer of the airport division, Mr. Robison Moonga, who was the guest of honour; applauded Nsansa for the commendable work that has led to an impact on the reduction of the number of children on the street.  Mr. Moonga also called on various institutes to partner with Nsansa as they carry forth their mandate in working with the vulnerable. He further urged the Women’s network to continue extending a helping hand to those which society has forgotten.  He further more emphasized importance of the police’s interaction with the youth and sensitizing them about the dangers of drug abuse and vices that could lead them to getting on the wrong side of the law.

(Commanding Officer Mr. Robison Moonga being shown the Nsansa premises by the managing director, Mary)

The women’s network also sensitized the boys at Nsansa about the dangers of drugs through a short skit and a trained counselor who explained the detrimental effects of drug abuse not only to the individual but the society at large.

The end was marked by a donation of food, clothing as well as books  by the guest of honour Mr. Moonga and the women’s network as they encouraged and commended Nsansa for the work their carrying out in society. The police also assisted in cleaning of the surrounding as they interacted with the boys on a personal level.

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