New short film
See our volunteering page here for a quick look at life in Luansobe by UK volunteer Rob Rass who stayed there in 2012.
Volunteering opportunity in Zambia Kaloko is looking to recruit a volunteer Small Business Development Adviser for Zambia. More
Easy new way to donate - by text To donate £5 or £10 to Kaloko you can now text 'KTUK01 £5' or 'KTUK01 £10' to 70070. The amount you donate comes off your phone's credit or onto your bill and is transferred to Kaloko with no fee deducted. You can even Gift Aid your donation. It's simple and it helps us to help the community in Luansobe!
Can you help us refurbish the Kaloko clinic? Read about Dr Steve Gillam's ambitious fundraising target to breathe new life into Luansobe's health centre - see news for details.
Appeal to help us fight malaria Can you help us supply a family with a bed net and vital health education? - see news for details.
New way to send books to Kaloko schools We've linked up with a new partner, Pelican Post - see news for details.
Sponsor a granny Can you help us support older women caring for their grandchildren in families afflicted by HIV/AIDS? Read about our new Third Age Sponsorship and if you can help please click on the Donate Now button.
Send a bike:
support Kaloko's community bicycle transport project
Kaloko is fundraising to send refurbished UK bicycles to Luansobe. Please read more
about the project and if you can help please click on the Donate Now button.
Volunteering opportunity in Zambia
Kaloko is looking to recruit a volunteer Agricultural Development Adviser for Zambia. More
Why not sponsor a school class?
A small donation each month will help educate hundreds
of Zambian children. More
Thinking of upgrading your mobile phone? Please
don't throw your old one away, we can re-use them in Zambia. More >
We even want your empty inkjet printer cartridges...
So don't throw them away, please send them for refilling to benefit Kaloko. More >
Kaloko Trust is
a UK-based charity which works to relieve poverty and raise livelihoods in rural communities in Zambia, southern
does this by helping to develop local agriculture and income generation,
through self-help programmes, and by encouraging the environmentally
sustainable use of natural resources.
Kaloko Trust also works to advance education and promote
healthcare in rural communities through improving access to schools, health clinics and clean drinking water.
To glimpse a slice of Luansobe life and see our beekeeping project in action, take a look at the short movie below. The project, run by Kaloko and funded by the innocent foundation, trains villagers in beekeeping. It gives them the skills and equipment to earn an income and help provide for their families.
to know where we are? Click on the image for an area map of where we work in Zambia
The Kaloko Trust is pleased to support the aims and work of the Africa Commission.
you like to support Kaloko Trust? Click on the button below to see how you can help.
"When I first started working at Kaloko Trust Zambia seventeen
years ago, we had nothing but a tent in the middle of the bush,
and about 100 families in the surounding area. Today there are
over 10,000 people in the local community who can access Kaloko's
Training Programmes and benefit from our presence."
Senior Manager (now retired)