Category: Gender & health

A New Home for Fonted Youth Centre

Fontes Foundation Hellen Griberg home  blog  hellen griberg A New Home for Fontes Youth Centre by Hellen Griberg on 06/12/2017 No comments With our lease for the plot in Muyenga due this year, Fontes faced the challenge of finding a suitable location for our Youth Centre. Several factors were taken into account while searching for a new place, including dispelling myths associated with the Muyenga location. Some of the misconceptions were related to how the students perceived the area. Muyenga has become an affluent residential neighbourhood in recent years, and some of our students found this very intimidating. Secondly, access to the youth centre...

Lusaka Convene inclusive MMD convention, Gaston Sichilima dares Dr. Nevers Sekwila Mumba

Convene inclusive MMD convention, Gaston Sichilima dares Dr. Nevers Sekwila Mumba By Simon Banda and Derrick Sinjela “Once we have held an inclusive National Convention and elected a legitimate Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) president, then, we shall definitely be ready to go into an alliance with any political grouping, prods a tart former Deputy Minister in the Office of the Vice President, Mr. Gaston Sichilima, in an interview with this Kwilanzi Newspaper Zambia (KNZ) authors. Mr. Sichilima argues that for now it is not tenable to tie MMD into a political matrimony with President Hakainde Sammy Hichilema’s United Party...

Redefining the ‘Marketing Mix’ by Henry Kyambalesa

Redefining the ‘Marketing Mix’ By Henry Kyambalesa 1. INTRODUCTION This article is intended for Marketing students, instructors, researchers, theorists, practitioners, as well as casual readers who may have an interest in gaining an understanding of the nitty-gritty of the elements of what is commonly referred to as the “marketing mix.” It is devot¬ed to a cursory description of the following: (a) the four elements of the classical or traditional marketing mix; (b) an organization’s personnel, decision makers or the group of executives who make and/or implement decisions relating to the traditional elements of the marketing mix; and (c) the nature...

Schools must be places of safety away from homes – MoE PS-TS Joel Kamoko

Schools must be places of safety away from homes – MoE PS-TS Joel Kamoko By Derrick Sinjela MINISTRY of Education (MoE) Permanent Secretary (PS) for Technical Services, Joel Kamoko, says schools must be places of safety away from homes to ensure that the development of learners is holistic. Mr Kamoko said the United Party for National Development (UPND) Alliance New Dawn Administration is determined more than ever before to curtail School Related Gender Based Violence (SRGBV) in society with the requisite agency and corresponding commitment from the highest level of government. Kamoko reiterated Government’s Zero tolerance to SRGBV and will...

HIS GRACE THE PRESIDING BISHOP DR JOSHUA HK BANDA LAUNCHES THE 2024 THEME: “COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION, with a focus on UNITED IN GROWTH, FLOURISHING TOGETHER, NOW AND THE NEXT GENERATION”. Psalm 92:12-15

HIS GRACE THE PRESIDING BISHOP DR JOSHUA HK BANDA LAUNCHES THE 2024 THEME. ————————————————– The Presiding Bishop Dr Joshua HK Banda has launched the theme for the year 2024. The crossover overnight took place at New Life Cathedral PAOGZ, Mfuwe in Eastern Province. There has been the progression of the vision, COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION since Bishop Joshua HK Banda came into the office. ln 2021 the focus was, “COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION REVISITING THE MISSION OF CHRIST”. In 2022 the focus was, “COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION, A CALL TO HARVEST”. In 2023, the focus was COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION, REVISITING DISCIPLESHIP FOUNDATIONS, NOW AND THE NEXT GENERATION”....

BF Suma Xpower Coffee for Men

BF Suma Xpower Coffee for Men BF Suma XPower Coffee, formulated with Epimedium, Maca and Tongkat Ali and Ginseng is a super drink allowing you to boost your energy, enhance your sexual performance and improve sperm quality with only a cup of coffee every day.As known that Epimedium, Maca and Tongkat Ali are some of the most powerful supplements for men. Epimedium – The most common uses of epimedium in modern herbal medicine are due to icariin, which primarily affects sexual function in men. The phytoestrogens in epimedium also support bone health. Tongkat Ali – Some studies suggest that Tongkat...

SAKWIBA SIKOTA TURNS 64

SAKWIBA SIKOTA TURNS 64   WILL YOU STILL NEED ME WHEN I’M 64?   By: Sakwiba Sikota   A new year comes with reflection and reminiscing. My reminiscing took me back to my infant days.   I remember the gramophone which was the center piece in our home. Dad and mum were very much into news, books and music. First thing in the morning and and early evening dad would tune the radiogram to the BBC world service news. I have therefore been listening to the BBC news since age five and still do today.   The encyclopedia that dad...

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT TALKING NOTES PERMANENT SECRETARY, TECHNICAL SERVICES, MR. NICHOLAS PHIRI MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DURING THE END-OF-YEAR PRESSING ENGAGEMENT HELD THURSDAY 28th DECEMBER 2023

REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT TALKING NOTES PERMANENT SECRETARY, TECHNICAL SERVICES, MR. NICHOLAS PHIRI MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DURING THE END-OF-YEAR PRESSING ENGAGEMENT HELD THURSDAY 28th DECEMBER 2023 Introductions Acknowledge and appreciate the media for accepting the invitation to be part of the Ministry’s end-of-year press engagement to inform the nation of some developments undertaken in 2023 and highlights of the focus for 2024. Mandate of the Ministry Remind the Media of the mandate of the Ministry as outlined in Gazette Notice 1123 of 21, as follows: a. promoting a decentralized and good...

Ministry of Agriculture in Samfya District Prepares for Fall Armyworms in the 2023/2024 Farming Season

By CEASAR MBEWE In anticipation of the upcoming farming season, the Ministry of Agriculture in Samfya District is intensifying efforts to combat the threat of Fall Armyworms. Agriculture officer Mr. Charles Lukwesa revealed that the ministry is set to initiate training sessions aimed at equipping farmers with effective control measures against the notorious pests. Acknowledging reports of Fall Armyworm attacks in some fields, Mr. Lukwesa assured the public that the ministry is actively addressing the issue,and has advised farmers not to hesitate to use the current knowledge they have on pests control. And Senior Agriculture officer Mr. Mathew Ndakasha confirmed...

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