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One Step At a Time-Over’s Story

Mr. Over Mutika aged 22 has been a volunteer with RN before under the Village Education Program and also a volunteer teacher at Lonkwe Community school a school supported by Academic Work. ┬áHe recently moved to another school, the government, called Musebela where he has continued with his voluntary teaching. In 2021, Over was sponsored…

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Nampongo Community Mogul

Feluna Sinyolwa (44) lives in Sikabwe Village which is part of the Nampongo Community in Kazungula District and is married to a gentleman named Enoch Nene. Feluna has six children who are all in school though she has been struggling with her business and had difficulty paying school fees for her children before the mandate…

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2022 Stakeholder Meeting

Stakeholder relations are an integral part of any business and more so the non-profit sector. The way in which an organization liaises with its stakeholders could make or break a project/program. Therefore, we take it as an important part of our activities to reach out to our relevant stakeholders from the local authorities, to government…

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Twas the Season

We’ve all heard the saying “tis the season for giving” when it comes time for the festive season right. Well with the help of our truly amazing partners at Academic Work of Sweden, we were able to do just that. I don’t know whether one could characterize this as a tradition but since this activity…

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Farewell for Now

Hello everyone and welcome to another blog post! Last week we had a chance to bid somewhat of a farewell to our two lovely Youth Sport Exchange Program (YSEP) participants, Getrude Zimba and Peter Miyoba. Due to the pandemic, the YSEP program which usually involves participants traveling to other countries had to be tailored to…

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World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection and mourning those who have died of the disease. The Global Theme for 2021 is “End Inequalities. End AIDS. End Pandemics.” Forty years since the…