Forrest Guards in Mwasembhangwe Zambia. The community volunteers police themselves to protect their resources. Many guards are former poachers and charcoal harvesters turned conservationists because the community has seen the environmental and economic benefit of preserving their resources.
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Can you imagine cooking for your family on one burner, that you had to walk hours to find wood and charcoal for? These communities just got efficient cook stoves that allow them to cook without charcoal. Allowing women and girls to stay closer to home and find twigs close by to power the stove.
An encounter with friends after church inspired this writing. I promised I wouldn’t tag anyone but I’ve always wanted to write something about hair. 🤞🏿 Have fun reading! I did.
When i look at the works of your hands oh Lord my heart is full of wonders, am so grateful, i love you Lord.
What can you say to God today?
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We enjoyed Chipego Nalwimba's short story "HER" in our last ISSUE so much we had to do another 🔥🔥🔥 This one's the first chapter from a series called "Life Without Samantha" #The#Buzz#Magazine#Zambia 🇿🇲 ☀️ 👑 Read up when our new issue drops tonight!
Would you swim in the Devil’s Pool ? 😱🤯
Tag someone who you think can swim there. 🏊♂️🏊♀️
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