NEWS AND BLOG
As part of the Capacity Building programme for 20/21 ZART are being supported by Challenges Zambia to develop as a business. Registration as a Not for Profit organisation is being completed and they have adopted the name Therapeutic Art Zambia (TAZ). We will get more details from them as the work progresses.
With increased manpower in the form of new trustees and researchers, ZTA is in a position to bring in some dedicated sub-groupings.
A warm welcome to our new trustees, Caroline Buckland and Jamie Dale.
We are looking for new trustees to strengthen our board. These are unpaid voluntary positions.
CORRA Foundation granted ZTA £500.0 as part of their micro grant scheme in response to the COVID 19 outbreak. This is being used to enable electronic communication for ZART.
Following the successful workshops run with ZART in 2019 Challenges Zambia using funds from the Access Africa
The ZTA Course delivered by Monica and Kestone to Msc students at University Training Hospital, (UTH) Lusaka. .
ZTA awarded a Capacity Building Grant from the Scottish Government Small Grant Scheme.
ZART members James and Humphrey delivered Introductory lectures and workshops in Chainama Hills Hospital to students from Mukinge School of Nursing. .