Zambia and Zimbabwe, where we work, are countries full of complex visuals and stark contrasts. You can drive into neighborhoods with some of the most beautiful homes you’ll ever see and then come across poverty unlike anything you’ve ever imaged. You’ll walk the dirt streets of town and meet people that are dying, and yet they are the happiest people you’ve ever met. You’ll discover hope in the midst of hopeless situations. Explore these links to learn more about why we do what we do, where we work, and the opportunities ahead for southern Africa.
Valuable knowledge resources to learn more about our approach:
Orphan Crisis and Development:
- The Global Orphan Crisis by Diane Lynn Elliot
- When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor…and Yourself by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert
- The Chalmers Center
- When Charity Destroys Dignity by Glenn Schwartz
- Photos of Zambia: Lonely Planet Galleries
- Country Reports: CIA Factbook on Zambia; World Bank on Zambia
- Media Coverage: The Economist on Zambia; The Post; Times of Zambia
- Human Rights: Amnesty International – Zambia
- Photos of Zimbabwe: Lonely Planet Galleries
- Country Reports: CIA Factbook on Zimbabwe; World Bank on Zimbabwe
- Media Coverage: The Economist on Zimbabwe; The Daily News; The Zimbabwean
- Human Rights: Amnesty International – Zimbabwe
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