Archive November 2017

Academic Work ends tour ofduty to Zambia

IN a visit that can simply be referred to as an ‘Awesome African  experience’ by a delegation of Academic Work members of staff last week ended on Saturday November 18 with a luncheon fondly known referred to as a barbeque by Response Network. The visit to Zambia, which is described as a ‘the real Africa’

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UNLESS children are given the will power to raise the alarm against sexual abuse the n umber 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

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Norway/Fredskorpset in Zambia

AS if reciting a poem, Response Network director Håkon Spigseth delved into the history of how the organisation was formed, punctuated with how he upon his arrival into Zambia was astonished at its cultural heritage. He briefly touched on how he was mesmerised of Zambia’s cultural beliefs and how he embarked on a resolve to make

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Academic Work heads to Zambia

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

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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

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