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Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia was founded in 2008 as a platform to work with others responding to issues of violence against children with an organisational focus tailored on ending child marriages.

How it all started

How it all started

At the age of 15, while on a youth camp trip with Peace Corps International Volunteer, Annie Contractor to Choma and Kalomo districts of Southern Zambia in the year 2007, the Lord gave me a vision to liberate our community’s children from the scourge of child marriage and exploitation, and help our chiefdoms into realizing what really it means to create a better and safe world for all.

Empowerment

Empowerment

It is important to empower children by teaching them about the risks which they face and how they can protect themselves.

Join us in the fight

Join us in the fight

I’m delighted to invite you to partner with us in achieving this world we envision. Together, we can transform lives; we can inspire our country into turning our opinions into policies and a way of life for her people; Together, we can determine the future of our communities and its children.

MCMZ annual report for 2018

MCMZ has with keen interest, been following the Implementation of the National Strategy and Action Plan on Ending Child Marriage with a view to underscore the achievement of the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP) for the period 2017 to 2021 under the theme “Accelerating development efforts towards the Vision 2030 without leaving anyone behind”. As…

Prime TV interview

Last week on Friday, 27th September, 2018, we held a TV interview with journalists from Zambia’s leading private television, Prime TV were we discussed in brief our traditional leaders engagement in the fight against early child marriage. Click on the title to watch video.