Nilina Hope means I Have Hope.
Nilina in Nyanja (also known as Chewa), a language spoken in Zambia and Malawi, means "I have".
"The future is already here - it's just not evenly distributed." – William Gibson
Nilina Hope is your Uber for Hope. And we are here to deliver.
Welcome to Nilina Hope Gallery or Hope Gallery make-it-happen-please page.
The gallery will showcase different aspects of life in Zambia (among other things). The current exhibition is Made in Zambia - on toys made in Zambia by our very own talented students.
Regardless of how you got here, whether via Social Media, our giving page - https://nilinahope.com/give#giving, Aladdin's magic carpet (please remember to return it), witchdoctor (we hope you didn't sacrifice everything) or Google, you have arrived. Welcome!
Why the gallery? Our funding model for close to six years has been me (George Mutale)! And a handful of friends who had come to our aid at one time or another when we needed money for rent, supplies, or other costs. I'm more than happy to help fund this excellent and essential work. We all need to do our bit. But limited funds mean little dreams. You will agree with me that in 2022, little goals should be far from your mind. The kids deserve more, and they are owed more.
We hope you enjoyed the Hope Gallery. If you would now like to make a gold coin donation, please do. And thank you.
The rest of the Nilina Hope website - https://nilinahope.com has a bit more information on how it all started and lots more. Be sure to also check out our Social Media channels for even more.