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By: Sister Agnes Bwalya Kawambwa Site is a project under Chalice, which caters for two visually impaired children’s schools, St. Mary’s is in the Luapula Province and St. Odilia is in the northern...
Inverness County Cares (ICC) works in partnership with Chalice Canada, an international aid organization based in Halifax, to support the two schools under the name of the Kawambwa Project. The schools, St. Mary and...
Ngeza village lies in Kakumiro District in Western Uganda near the volatile Democratic Republic of Congo. Until recently, this area was uninhabited, but recently discovered oil in the area has led to evictions and...
Wishing Wells Society (WWS) is a registered Canadian charity founded in 2000 and based in St. Andrews. WWS is dedicated to building wells and irrigation ponds in small, rural villages. The projects began in...
The Kawambwa school in Northern Zambia is situated in an area of Africa with distinct wet and dry seasons. During the wet season crops grow abundantly and in the dry season crops are planted and irrigated, producing...
Inverness County Cares members met many remarkable people at the Kawambwa School in Zambia. This month we have chosen Fancy, an albino teacher at the St Odilia School. His autobiography gives a sense of...
Inverness County Cares (ICC) member John MacInnis reflected on his adventures in Zambia: “Our trip to Northern Zambia with the Chalice team was truly a trip of a lifetime! We received a warm welcome,...
Teachers in Nova Scotia have expectations as to a basic functioning classroom; sufficient supplies, text books, assistance for special needs, and a spacious well-equipped room. The teachers at the St. Mary and St. Odilia schools in Zambia...
Three Inverness County Cares (ICC) members and the Chalice (chalice.ca) African team began their journey to two of the Chalice/ICC sponsored schools in Zambia. They departed on Wednesday, January 15 at 5 a.m. and reached the first school...
On January 16, Inverness County Cares (ICC) members Betty Jane Cameron (Mabou), John McInnis (Judique) and Charlotte Rankin (Judique) began their journey to the Kawambwa Project Schools in Zambia. Travelling at their own personal expense, these...




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