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Liberi Foundation

Every child deserves good health care and education is the basis of everything!

Liberi School

Every child deserves an education. The Liberi School is a private institution established for the children of the Kamimbi community in Zambia. There was a pressing need for a school here, as state schools were either inaccessible or difficult to reach for many children due to significant distances and the nearest state school was overcrowded.

The construction of the Liberi Foundation started in 2018 and by 2022 a complete primary school was realized.

Siamatika school

Children cannot receive quality education without a proper school building. Moreover, for many children, school is much more than just a place to learn; it is where they find a sense of belonging and escape from poverty. Unfortunately, in Zambia, most government schools are poorly maintained, making them unsuitable environments for children. In many impoverished countries, financial constraints hinder repairs or the construction of new schools, particularly in rural areas. The Siamatika School is no exception.

Health Post

In the first few years our focus was primarily on education, yet we also established significant connections with the Health Post in Kamimbi. We've been providing them with medicines and other essential supplies for several years. Due to the poor condition of the clinic we have initiated a new project. This project is planned to unfold in two phases: Phase 1 involves the construction of a new hospital (2022-2023).
In Phase 2, we aim to transform the existing Health Post into a dedicated gynecology department (2024-2025).

About Liberi

Liberi Foundation was founded by Wilma Kaptijn. The opportunity to play a significant role in something special in the fields of education and health has been the main driving force behind the establishment of the foundation. In Zambia, we have a strong and dedicated network with whom we collaborate. Together with the team in Urk, we can take pride in what we have accomplished in the village of Kamimbi over the past years.

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Projects at the Liberi School

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In an effort of breaking the cycle of viciousness and addressing challenges passed from generation to generation, working together and making a collective effort is

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Loan Centre

The Liberi school has not just concentrated its efforts to improve education within their own school, but is also looking out for surrounding government schools.

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Gratitude and appreciation in the Ministry of Health Letter

Gratitude and appreciation in the Ministry of Health Letter

We would like to share a special letter from Adidja Sumbwe, the District Health Director in Siavonga District (Zambia) with…

your donation, makes a difference


The Liberi School is entirely funded through private donations. They have observed that the school has already brought about many positive changes for the local population, but they are aware that there is still much work to be done. For this reason, they aim to initiate a new project annually in the vicinity of their operational area in Kamimbi (Siavonga province in Zambia), in addition to the Liberi School.

With contributions from others, they can make these expansions and new projects possible. The funds donated do not directly benefit the Liberi School itself but enable the foundation to establish multiple projects.

As a Public Benefit Organization (ANBI), the Liberi Foundation is recognized by the tax authorities. This means that any gifts made to the foundation are tax-deductible. For more information on the deductibility of donations, you can visit the tax authorities website.

In this way, the Liberi Foundation encourages people to contribute to their mission and the positive changes they aim to bring to the communities where they are active.


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