Food Security during the Pandemic Sub-Saharan Africa is in the midst of a particularly severe drought. Many of those we work with had very limited access to food this year as their crops had not been able to give proper yields without rains. Thanks to your donations, we were able to provide emergency food aid … Read More
We continue to donate instruments and many replacement strings to the Academy! This year we received a lovely oboe, amongst other instruments, which means we are close to donating an entire orchestra of instruments to the Academy….we are just missing harp and bassoon! The music scholarship program continues to thrive. We have six scholars this … Read More
St. Vincent de Paul Community School Our special relationship with St. Vincent de Paul Community School in Monze and head teacher Sr. Lontia continues to flourish. At the start of the year, there were significant concerns about food security. We sent over extra funding this year to ensure that Sr Lontia could continue to offer … Read More
Our university scholars have graduated! A huge congratulations to them on their wonderful achievements: Chimuka Ngilazi graduated with a Secondary Diploma in Religious Education, Civic Education and Guidance and Counselling at Technical Vocational Training College. He has now been accepted into the BA program at the same school and hopes to continue his studies. Coreen Mweetwa … Read More
Education in Ecuador in the time of COVID-19 The pandemic is having a profound impact on the education in Ecuador. Public schools in Ecuador closed in March 2020 and have remained closed to this day. School teachers have been trying to provide virtual education, but it has proven challenging. Many students do not have access … Read More
Hello to all! We think about how different the world is from our last update to you, and hope all are healthy and well in these challenging times. Covid-19 is affecting us all, including our friends in Zambia. We have stories of the challenges from this past year, and also many great stories of positivity … Read More
Photo Essay Published in the December edition of Medical Anthropology Theory By Andrew MacNab Engaging Afghan Men at a Societal Level to Increase Women’s Access to Contraception This is a very interesting Article written by Andrew MacNab. To read it online: http://medanthrotheory.org/issue/vol-6-4/ to download a .pdf click here.
Auto Parts and Vegetables Helping build basic Business Skills In rural Uganda, so many children leave school with no opportunities for work and no skills to earn a living. The 4 primary schools that ran our malaria project branched out on their own to build wonderful vegetable gardens. We are using these gardens as a … Read More