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By: James Mupito and Sister Agnes Bwalya I am 13 years old and in Grade 1 at St Mary’s Special School in Kawambwa. There are six children in my...
By: Wyclef Kaunda In 1995 Wyclef Raphael Kaunda was born in Mansa, 950 kilometres north of the Zambian capital city of Lusaka, the third child in a family of four.
Blessings is a nine-year-old boy, who although living with Albinism, is full of life and has the potential to do great things. At the age of three, his parents separated and Blessings’ mother moved...
By: Colleen MacDonald MacLeod St. Mary’s Special school serves children between the ages of five and 25 years who come from diverse parts of Zambia. The school caters to children...
Inverness County Cares (ICC) is a registered charity, established in 2012 and based in Inverness County. ICC was created by a group of local people who wanted to bring a better life to those in desperate need,...
by Elizabeth Mulenga Sister Agnes Bwalya and Mr. Telesphore Albinism is a hereditary condition, resulting in the absence of melanin pigment causing an individual being...
By: Sister Agnes Bwalya Christmas is celebrated with a lot of symbols and its celebration starts with a lot of preparations. In the village and at every home, parents start by preparing what...
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...




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