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Breaking the silence

23 November 2014

At what point do I stop excusing gender-based discrimination, harassment, and violence in Zambia by saying, “Well, this is your culture”?

At what point do I break my silence when a man or boy in Mfuba says something terrible about women, or when silence is the overall response to a misogynistic act? 1,007 more words

Thanksgiving in Zambia!

The NW Province Volunteer Group Dressed For Our Superhero Costume Party (Yesterday)

Thankful – To express gratitude.

This year marks my first Thanksgiving spent in another country – obviously a holiday not celebrated elsewhere than the USA. 410 more words

Implementation of HIV-prevention Interventions by NGOs in Zambia

Know Your HIV-Prevention Response: Southern Province, Zambia. Chart Book on Implementation of HIV-prevention Interventions by Nongovernmental Organizations

In 2013, MEASURE Evaluation in collaboration with the Zambian National HIV/AIDS/STI/TB Council and the Institute of Economic and Social Statistics of the University of Zambia, implemented the Know Your HIV Response (KYR) study, a situation analysis of HIV-prevention interventions in Southern Province, Zambia. 118 more words


Another Video of a Zambian Girl Disgraced in Public for Wearing Mini Skirt

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The high rate of this mini-skirt palaver is becoming so alarming.

This one took place in Zambia, where a lady was humiliated and assaulted in public for wearing a mini skirt… 15 more words


Mwabuka buti

‘Mwabuka buti? Kabotu, twalumba’. These may be the words I use the most on a daily basis. The language is Tonga and the meaning is ‘How’s the morning going? 693 more words

Sin Categoría

Two white women in Kabwe 2/2

In the first post with the same name I explained what reactions you might get from people when you walk around with a camera. Despite that I still managed to get a few nice shots. 39 more words


The silent epidemic

Just heard that another young person has taken their life. This is the third suicide I have heard of in less than a year. All decided to end their life because they felt it was the only option to find peace or end suffering because no one could understand their plight. 136 more words

Vishingayeka (thoughts)