Norwegians to cycle for L/stone sports complex

As reported by the Mast Newspapers

Norwegians to cycle for L/stone sports complex
By Edwin Mbulo in Linvingstone on March 1, 2018

SEVEN Norwegians based in Livingstone will in April cycle over 600 kilometers from Lusaka to raise money for a multi-purpose sports complex to be built at the SOS Village in the tourist capital.
In an [...]

Transport initiative in Africa

TRANSPORT INITIATIVE: Some parts of Southern Province parts of Zambia have in the past few days been experiencing heavy rainfall activities which have made some roads especially in rural areas of Kazungula, Zimba and Kalomo districts were Response Network operates impassable.
This on Tuesday (February 27) led to Norwegian students to abandon the luxury of the [...]

Judo for Fred attracts youths

TWENTY-ONE youths have joined the Livingstone Judo Club administered by Response Network bringing the total number to 379. During a by-weekly Response Network staff briefing, Hilary Mutemwa who is the organisation’s deputy Judo coordinator, said the youths have since commenced training every Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays at Maramba Community Hall in Livingstone, Zambia’s tourist capital.

Florence makes a difference in her village

As it appears in The Mast Newspapers of February 24, 2018-02-28
By Edwin Mbulo
A 46-YEAR-OLD Kazungula woman Florence Muntanga has initiated a skills training programme in tailoring for her village colleagues.
In an interview, Muntanga of Nalombe village said she first got interested in helping develop her village in 2014 when a group of villagers informed her [...]

Kubala girls decide

As it appeares in the Mast Newspaper of February 27, 2018


Frayor Chabauni (standing 4th right to left) with the 2017 Grade 12 Kubala girls

RN to sponsor vulnerable girls in unversity, college

By Edwin Mbulo
A LIVINGSTONE based non-governmental organisation has offered to sponsor four vulnerable girls for higher education training at any university or college.
And [...]

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UNLESS children are given the will power to raise the alarm against sexual abuse the number of child defilement cases may never reach a zero rate in Zambia, Africa.

Latest Zambia’s child sexual abuse for the period January to September 2017 stands at 1,466, according to a police report.

Despite that these figures are lower by 168 [...]

Academic work and Norwegian Church Aid visit Response Network

Response Network team in Zambia is gearing up for Academic Work visit next week, November 15.

According to Academic Work assistant sponsorship officer Elizabeth Banda the Swedish delegation will first meet pay a courtesy call on Response Network members of staff in Livingstone before heading to Zimba where they will pass through the District Educational Board [...]

Tore Schulze lives on

FRIDAY November 3, 2017 was a memorable day for Response Network as Tore Schulze’s memories were rekindled through the hand-over of a school built using his life savings.

The school has also empowered surrounding communities with clean and safe drinking water from a borehole.

Before this, residents near the school used to share water with domesticated animals [...]

Norwegian Professor encourages sudents visits between Zambia and Norway

PROFESSOR Nina Emaus of the Actic University of Norway in the department of health and care sciences says students visits between Zambia and her country are a long log term investment on building competence.

In an interview after visiting Nampongo village North-West of Livingstone City South of Zambia, Prof Emaus said she would like to see [...]

Sarah aims high against all odds


Sarah with Response Network Frayor Chabauni sponsorship programme manager

By Edwin Mbulo

GROWING up without knowing her father, losing a mother at the age of 6 and not having any siblings didn’t dissuade Livingstone’s Sarah Mainza to put education first ahead of persuasions that lure youths in Zambia.

In an interview an upbeat, [...]