Packing School Supplies

Packing School Supplies

Spent the day packing all the supplies for Kalangu Basic School.

2,129 pencils

1,246 erasers

107 pencil sharpeners

93 pens

45 scissors

42 rulers

32 protractors

32 chalk

24 crayons

12 jump ropes

6 double jump ropes

6 soccer balls

6 bouncy balls

Grand total of 75 pounds!!

Huge thanks to Emmeline Cook students, families, PTO, and Lighted Schoolhouse for your generous support.


Kalangu & Emmeline Cook Sister School Partnership

Kalangu & Emmeline Cook Sister School Partnership

SEPO Zambia is excited to announce the formation of a sister school partnership between Kalangu Basic School and Emmeline Cook Elementary School in the Oshkosh Area School District (Mooka’s school!).

We officially launched these efforts this morning at Emmeline Cook’s morning meeting by introducing the students to Zambia and Kalangu.

@ Emmeline Cook morning meeting talking to the kids about Kalangu


The Emmeline Cook PTO and Student Council organized a supply drive to collect new pencils, pens, and erasers for delivery to Kalangu this summer. SEPO will facilitate the delivery and distribution of the supplies at Kalangu (in partnership with the Kalangu PTO).

SEPO is working with the PTO and teachers at both Kalangu & Emmeline Cook to create opportunities for increased cultural exchange and global citizenship as we move forward in this partnership. Partnerships like these are critical in strengthening the links between these awesome students, teachers, parents, and communities.

CNOS Supports Kalangu

CNOS Supports Kalangu

Thanks to the generosity of CNOS staff, the Jean’s Day raised $376 today.

These funds will be used this summer to refurbish classrooms at Kalunga School in Zambia.


Kwa Hae (home)

Kwa Hae (home)

Plane tickets have been purchased. The Subulwa family (Mashebe, Ang, Mooka, & Mwakamui) is headed back to Naloyela Village (Mabumbu area, western Zambia).

We arrive in Lusaka on June 5th and cannot wait to see everyone. Let the countdown begin!

New Website

New Website

SEPO Zambia Logo

SEPO is pleased to roll out our new website and logo.

As we gear up to fund/complete several large SEPO projects this summer, the website is a critical tool to communicate and link our two worlds ‘as one’.

Look around at our mission, history, projects, partners, photo galleries, and more! Check here often for updates, stories, and photos.

Regina and Sibeso in Naloyela Village


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