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I am very humbled by this award I received in New York this weekend.

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James Mwape Peers Awards

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Traveling to New York today to attend the James Mwape Peer Awards on Saturday night. I am looking forward to meeting James, his family and other Zambians who will be there. I have attached a photo of a young boy who always greeted me with the famous Zambian smile when I visited his village. That was in 2003. One day I came to the village and he was not there. Moses had died of Malaria the week before. He is one of my motivations that have kept me going back to Zambia for 15 years.

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Workshop at Tikondane Community Centre

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Today September 21st. Felix Nguluwe, African Community Project’s Outreach Coordinator of Mumbi Community Forests gave his first day of a workshop at Tikondane Community Centre in Katete, Eastern Province. The workshop was arranged by Elke the founder of this successful community project; the workshop was well attended by interested members and representatives from many women’s groups of Katete.

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Felix packaging seeds!

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Felix Nguluwe, African Community Project’s Outreach Coordinator in Mumbi Community Forests, is finishing off packaging the seeds he will take to Tikondane Community Centre in Katete, Eastern Province where he will do a workshop on planting trees and the benefits of growing Moringa.

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Nyawa Lwiindi Ceremony

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Chief Nyawa has asked African Community Project to participate in his Nyawa Lwiindi Ceremony this Friday. Our Outreach Coordinator, Passwell Nyambe will give the presentation to the Chief, his headmen and subjects attending the ceremony. He will pass out 20 copies of our book on “Creating a Sustainable Community Forest” to the Chief and his Indunas. Also 1,000 copies of our brochure on why the tree is their ‘best friend’, will be distribute as well as over 30,000 packaged tree seeds will be handed out to the attending villages for planting this rainy season.

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