Promotion of Education for Visually Impaired in Zambia (PEVIZA-Zambia)

Promotion of Education for Visually Impaired in Zambia (PEVIZA-Zambia) is a Zambian non-profit making organization, established in 2017 and was formally registered under the persons with Disabilities Act of 1996. Cap No.33 of the Laws of Zambia.

Our programs targets the persons living with visual impairment in schools and drop-out so that they can continue and are not excluded from education system on the basis of disability.

How long has your Organisation been operational? 

2 Years

Is your Organisation a registered entity? If so, please list your registration details below for eg: NPO Number, PBO Number, NPC Number etc 

Registration No. 51/18

Do you have a Wish List? If so, please post it below: 

Our wish list includes Office items such as:

• Braille Printers
• Laser Printers
• Desktop Computers, with minimum requirements below (8 needed)
-Intel Pentium Processor or comparable; 2.8ghz processing speed
-Operating System: Windows 7 Professional
-Processor: Intel Pentium Processor or comparable; 3.1ghz processing speed
-RAM: 8gb
-Hard Drive: 160+ GB Hard Drive
-Media Storage Device: DVD+RW
-Standard I/O Ports:
VGA (1)
USB (4)
PS2 (Optional via PCI add-in card)
Ethernet (RJ45)
Serial (9-pin)
Line-in (stereo/microphone)
Line-out (headphone/speaker)
• Industrial cross-shredder
• 20 conference room chairs
• Copy paper, ink cartridges (PGI-1400 Canon) and stationery.
• USB sticks
• External hard drive



Where can we find your Organisation online? Please list links to your Website and Social Media Platforms here: 

https://www.facebook.com/PEVIZA11Zambia/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/peviza-zambia-8837a6176/

Which Cause achievement are you most proud of? Feel free to elaborate on why and include any links:

An achievement that I’m particularly proud of is how I developed my public speaking skills. I recognized that I needed to be more confident when speaking at team meetings so I could contribute to discussions of issues as well as put ideas clearly. I recognized I held fears about speaking up and if I was to deal with them I would have to commit to a program of personal development.

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