Category Archives: Organisation and Development

Who said volunteering was easy? Conservation Lower Zambezi experience

Shaina Irwin spent a month in September 2013 volunteering at Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ). This is a local Zambian charity committed to the conservation and sustainable use of the local wildlife and natural resources of the Lower Zambezi through wildlife … Continue reading

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HRH Prince Edward to promote the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Zambia

This year, the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Zambia promises to be the biggest and most exciting yet. This year’s award programme will see a historical appearance by His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex right here in … Continue reading

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Women of Zambia, from Mums to entrepreneurs, Corporate Heelz is for you

You can’t really ignore a name like Corporate Heelz can you? Well, we took notice. There was something about this group that made us dig a little deeper. We interviewed Janice Matwi, the business woman behind Corporate Heelz. We found … Continue reading

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Return of the elephant: a conservation initiative

Conservation Lake Tanganyika is a non-profit organisation that works with the community to raise awareness of the importance of conserving both Lake Tanganyika and the adjoining Sumbu National Park (also called Nsumbu National Park). The organisation not only deals with … Continue reading

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Global Shapers Lusaka (from the World Economic Forum)

Lusaka Global Shapers came to our attention via Twitter. We knew we were on to something that was good for Lusaka, something that was good for the people who got involved. So we dug a little deeper. In summary if … Continue reading

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