Coming to Zambia
Joyce, Jan H. and Jan N., early morning Hamburg airport. 4 weeks in Zambia, that will change their lifes.
Nairobi airport, 12 hours stay.
No doubt about where we're heading...
I couldn't hurt a fly. But mosquitoes in Zambia? They have to die. It's called Malaria prevention.
New impressions. One of many markets in Lusaka.
Jan H. eager to learn how to prepare the traditional dishes. And he has a good teacher.
Henry Mwansa and Robert Mtonga, two of the "fathers" of Namumba Foundation.
The next steps for the organization are being planned.
Farming and Medicine
The Moringatree is a powerhouse of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. The leafs are well known as powder ingredient in capsules, as food supplement to boost the immune system.
Some of the brigs we be using for the buildings on the Farm. 5 hectars near Kabwe
Jan doing some preliminary soil tests.
Inspecting the water hole
Our driver, Honest Dube, is very good. But there are situations, where the best driver can get challenged.
Lifestyle Clinic in progress
The Clinic is hidden behind the high grass.
The neighbors grew a nice hedge.
Planning the next steps.
The window to the road can serve as an outlet for organic food and medicinal plants.
Waste management is a challenge. The local government is going to far lengths, in order to create a clean environment. But much needs to be done to educate the population.
Marketeers offering their products at the bus stop. On our way from Lusaka to Livingstone, which takes about 6-7 hours by bus.
don't leave your bags unattended at the Victoria Falls. If you go a couple of meters from it, it's gone.
Doctor Livingstone, I presume?
In reality, these falls are a breathtaking sight.
Warm showers, amazing vegetation and a rainbow here and there.
In the background the old Victoria Fall bridge, with bungee jump.
Our nephew Mwanji was so kind to lead us through this experience.