Somalia refugee launches book in Zambia
“It started like a joke and I never knew it would grow to affect me like that. We were just hearing rumours of the war; little did we know it was that bad and deadly. Seated in Afmadow district in Somalia where I had not even completed my college studies, I saw people running in confusion in all directions and got alarmed. I talked to my siblings and we made quick arrangements to flee.
Farmer turns seedlings and fruits growing into fruitful venture
Training communities can empower them and in turn immensely improve their lives. Samwuel Bwambale, 45, exemplifies this transformation. Bwambale, who hails from Wairagaza Village, Hoima district in Uganda received a range of training on tree planting 12 years ago.
The 35-year-old mother of three has a broad smile as she leans on her cow shed. She was given a grade cow three years ago that has transformed her farming. Peruth Musubika, 35, milks eight litres from her Frisian cow at Katikara Village, Hoima District, in Uganda. The cow has calved thrice.
AAH Zambia awareness campaigns bearing fruits
Falling pregnant at a tender age is trouble but becoming expectant as a mentally challenged can be unfathomable pain. However, Linden Chanda, 21, was lucky to have an aunt who immediately sought the services of AAH Zambia to save the life of a relative, who had no idea of what had happened to her.
Couple adopts family planning
‘’My children or I could have died. I kept on getting children’’, says Doreen Chola, remembering years when she was not on family planning. Chola who hails from Kawambwa area had no time to contribute economically to her family’s wellbeing because she could either be breastfeeding or sick due to her body not having enough rest in between pregnancies.