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A happy recipient of a world bike relief bicycle. She now rides instead of walks to the rural school where she teaches.

Poster | LUSAKA ZAMBIA von Jazzberry Blue | more posters at http://moreposter.de

iCanvas Abstract City Map of Lusaka Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art Print by Jazzberry Blue

Africa | Makenge basket makers.  Zambia | ©unknown

Only the most skilled craftswomen are able to weave these baskets, each of which takes on to two months to create. Taking the roots of the Makenge bush and boiling them until soft, they color the fiber with natural plant dyes.

The BaTonga People of southern Zambia. The third largest people group, numbering nearly 1 million. The BaTonga have made their homes scattered primarily across the plateau and valley of Zambia and Zimbabwe, but mostly throughout the southern province Zambia. Sources tell us that 70% of Tongas are still held in bondage by animism, or traditional religion--the belief that the dead ancestors control and influence all that happens in a person's life.

The BaTonga People of southern Zambia. The third largest people group, numbering nearly 1 million.

Running the Streets of Zambia - Lusaka, Zambia

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Chibeza Oscar Kalusa, whose family participated in the Mika Village Draft Cattle Project in Zambia, plays a ukulele outside his home.

MAKING MUSIC ZAMBIA Chibeza Oscar Kalusa, whose family participated in the Mika Village Draft Cattle Project in Zambia, plays a ukulele outside his home. oh my gracious goodness:)

Espen Johnsen opplevde høye fjell og dype daler som fotballspiller. Som lege i en flyktningeleir i Zambia blekner alt det.

Espen Johnsen opplevde høye fjell og dype daler som fotballspiller. Som lege i en flyktningeleir i Zambia blekner alt det.

"Woman with apples Zambia"  Apples?? Really??  I bet they were mangoes!  I don't remember apple orchards when I was there,  Too hot for Apples to grow well in Zambia.

"Woman with apples Zambia" Apples? I bet they were mangoes! I don't remember apple orchards when I was there, Too hot for Apples to grow well in Zambia.

Lusaka children

Lusaka children

Victoria Falls baboons

Victoria Falls baboons