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Action for Children~Zambia By Carol McBrady & Latisha Moening
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In 2005, Carol McBrady quit her job, sold her home and moved to the poverty-ridden African nation of Zambia to care for the neglected, abused and dying children living on the streets of Zambia. Her... More > decision was the beginning of Action for Children~Zambia, an organization supporting Carol's work with the children living on the streets of Zambia. To date in 2011, Action for Children~Zambia supports children through providing safe homes, medical treatment, education scholarships, work placement programs, counseling and rehabilitation, outreach and crisis care. This book provides a glimpse into the lives of the children bring cared for by Action for Children~Zambia.< Less
Bukomo and Poverty in Zambia, Africa By Senika Nkanza Warner
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"Bukomo" means Development, Empowerment in the Zambian language of the Kaonde tribe of North Western Province. The writer describes the root causes of poverty, what can be done in Zambia... More > specifically, and in Africa in general, and how the media portray the issues of HIV/AIDS and orphans in Africa. The writer talks about growing up in rural areas and about the struggles that girl children in particular go through. She proposes ideas for what the government can do to fight poverty, to promote human rights, and to reduce the prevalence of street children in the cities of Zambia, and how it can help to encourage sustainable development to enrich the rural communities in Zambia. All proceeds from this book will go towards Buya Village Foundation a non-profit grassroot organisation working to promote literacy and skills training to combat poverty in rural Zambia.< Less
Bukomo and Poverty in Zambia, Africa By Senika Nkanza Warner
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"Bukomo" means Development, Empowerment in the Zambian language of the Kaonde tribe of North Western Province. The writer describes the root causes of poverty, what can be done in Zambia... More > specifically, and in Africa in general, and how the media portray the issues of HIV/AIDS and orphans in Africa. The writer talks about growing up in rural areas and about the struggles that girl children in particular go through. She proposes ideas for what the government can do to fight poverty, to promote human rights, and to reduce the prevalence of street children in the cities of Zambia, and how it can help to encourage sustainable development to enrich the rural communities in Zambia. All proceeds from this book will go towards Buya Village Foundation a non-profit grassroot organisation working to promote literacy and skills training to combat poverty in rural Zambia.< Less
Zambia, Live Transmission By Dominika Ksel
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Glimmers of Hope : A Memoir of Zambia By Mark Burke
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The true story of a London schoolteacher, who, tired of the rat race and brooding over a failed relationship,uproots and volunteers to teach in rural africa for two years. Sent to the Republic of... More > Zambia with a remit to teach maths, HIV and Gender awareness,he finds both hope in unusual places, and corruption where he least expects. This memoir is both a recollection of his more vivid memories of eastern province, and his reflections on problems in Zambia and their possible causes. It also a useful study of the physical and pyschological challenges that a volunteer may face in Africa.< Less
Glimmers of Hope : A Memoir of Zambia By Mark Burke
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The true story of a London schoolteacher, who, tired of the rat race and brooding over a failed relationship,uproots and volunteers to teach in rural africa for two years. Sent to the Republic of... More > Zambia with a remit to teach maths, HIV and Gender awareness,he finds both hope in unusual places, and corruption where he least expects. This memoir is both a recollection of his more vivid memories of eastern province, and his reflections on problems in Zambia and their possible causes. It also a useful study of the physical and pyschological challenges that a volunteer may face in Africa.< Less
Zambia - The end of the War By Great War in Africa Association
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The First World War ended in Africa on 25 November 1918 when the German forces under Paul von Lettow~Vorbeck laid down their arms in Abercorn (Mbala). Von Lettow~Vorbeck was the only German General... More > to invade and occupy British territory during the war and to remain undefeated over the four years of fighting. The nature of the conflict in Africa, and East Africa in particular, sets the African continent aside from the experiences in Europe and elsewhere. We remember the different African theatre experiences, and the last days of the conflict. Then, in the words of men who recorded the surrender a century ago, we pay our respects to those who did their bit, willingly or otherwise, in the hope of making our world a little better.< Less
Glimmers of Hope : A Memoir of Zambia By Mark Burke
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The true story of a London schoolteacher, who, tired of the rat race and brooding over a failed relationship, uproots and volunteers to teach in rural Africa for two years. Sent to the Republic of... More > Zambia with a remit to teach maths, HIV and Gender awareness, he finds eager pupils struggling in a challenging environment. In between battling snakes, stomach-bugs and death-defying bus journeys, he finds both hope in unusual places, and corruption where he least expects. This memoir is both a recollection of his more vivid memories of eastern province, and his reflections on problems in Zambia and their possible causes. It is also a useful study of the physical and psychological challenges that a volunteer may face in Africa.< Less
Glimmers of Hope : A Memoir of Zambia By Mark Burke
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The true story of a London schoolteacher, who, tired of the rat race and brooding over a failed relationship, uproots and volunteers to teach in rural Africa for two years. Sent to the Republic of... More > Zambia with a remit to teach maths, HIV and Gender awareness, he finds eager pupils struggling in a challenging environment. In between battling snakes, stomach-bugs and death-defying bus journeys, he finds both hope in unusual places, and corruption where he least expects. This memoir is both a recollection of his more vivid memories of eastern province, and his reflections on problems in Zambia and their possible causes. It is also a useful study of the physical and psychological challenges that a volunteer may face in Africa. Authors Note : This book is self-published and has not been professionally edited. The opinions of the author might offend some religious sensibilities.< Less