Toby Armiger of Aylsham who's been volunteering in Zambia for 3 months with the government-funded International Citizen Service. Pictrue: MARK BULLIMORE

‘Change your life, help others and see the world - paid for by the government’ - Aylsham man’s plea to other young Norfolk residents Toby...
n annual event in the Team Durham calendar, Thursday 26th February saw organised chaos descend with the Zambia fun run

12 MARCH 2015 By Katie Binks An annual event in the Team Durham calendar, Thursday 26th February saw organised chaos descend with the Zambia fun run....

Gary and Judi Mittelstaedt believe WaterAfrica can change lives, and they're hoping Lake Oswegans will join them in that quest Gary and Judi Mittelstaedt’s lives...
Durham University students who are travelling to Zambia, rear left to right, Joanne Bennett, James Gardner, Lydia Gibson, and front Lawrence Levy

(Durham University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) Hundreds of youngsters pulled-on their running shoes to help university students fund charity projects in Africa. More than 900 children...
President-Lungu

Christians Against Poverty in Zambia (CAPIZ) says it is excited with President Edgar Lungu’s pledge to reduce the levels of poverty in the country. CAPIZ...

RCHS grad Camillia Freeland-Taylor assisting African village through Peace Corps The children walk 9 miles a day to attend school, and there’s danger in crossing a...
Zambia’s 50th anniversary of Independence is celebrated by members of the First Presbyterian Church of Sullivan Sunday afternoon.

One by one, some members of a church in Sullivan shook hands and conversed with their special guest after church service on Sunday. It was...
students Holly Higgins, Gemma Gould and Muhammad Vali spent two weeks in Lusaka, Zambia, to provide refraction and dispensing services through an outreach clinic.

Three optometry undergraduates have provided eye care in Zambia with Vision Aid Overseas, in partnership with the annual Irvine Aitchison Memorial Fund (IAMF) bursary...