Join Maranatha in Zambia and work at the Emmanuel Adventist Secondary School!
The school was opened in 2011 and today has 327 students.
The Emmanuel Adventist Secondary School was opened in 2011 in Chisamba. In 2019, a fire damaged one of the girls’ dorms and the assistance request came to Maranatha. Ultimately, the dorm was repaired using insurance funds; however, Maranatha agreed to build additional classrooms and dormitories on campus to accommodate more students and provide space for future growth. In 2020, Maranatha drilled a well on campus as well as built six classrooms and a new girls dorm and bathroom. The school currently has 327 students in grades 8-12, but there is still a big need for infrastructure on campus including a new boy’s dorm, an administration building, and meeting hall.
Volunteers on this project would be the first volunteer team to serve on the campus, although Maranatha has been working on campus since April, 2020. The group will build the masonry block walls for staff housing units as well as reach out into the community through activities like children’s ministry programs and health education.
This project also has an optional safari excursion in the Lower Zambezi National Park after the end of the project, available for an additional cost.Scope
Masonry Construction – Staff Housing Units