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Chris Clarke is a british philanthropist working in Zambia for a charity

Here is some information about Chris Clarke, a British philanthropist working in Zambia for a charity:

Chris Clarke is a British philanthropist who has been working in Zambia for over 20 years. He is the founder and CEO of the charity, Arise Zambia, which provides education, healthcare, and other essential services to children and families in need.

Clarke was born in the United Kingdom in 1960. He studied medicine at the University of Cambridge and worked as a doctor in the NHS for several years. In 1992, he decided to leave his job and move to Zambia to work with children in need.

Clarke founded Arise Zambia in 1993. The charity started out small, but it has grown significantly over the years. Today, Arise Zambia provides education, healthcare, and other essential services to over 10,000 children and families in Zambia.

Clarke is a passionate advocate for the rights of children. He believes that every child deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential, regardless of their circumstances. He is committed to providing children in Zambia with the education, healthcare, and other support they need to succeed in life.

Clarke is a tireless worker who is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children in Zambia. He is a true inspiration and a role model for us all.

Here are some of the projects that Chris Clarke and Arise Zambia have worked on:

  • Building schools and providing scholarships for children
  • Providing healthcare and nutrition programs
  • Supporting orphans and vulnerable children
  • Promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment
  • Protecting children from abuse and exploitation

Chris Clarke is a true humanitarian who is making a real difference in the lives of children in Zambia. He is an inspiration to us all.


Statement from Chief Community Officer at Mpelembe Network

London, May 3, 2023 /Mpelembe Network/ —  Mpelembe Network is a community that is focused on building a better future for Zambia. It is a community that is committed to education, empowerment, and entrepreneurship. It is a community that is making a difference in the lives of many people. Continue reading


The book “China in Africa, the Zambia Story” by Ambassador Anthony Mukwita

27 April 2023 /Economy/ — The book “China in Africa, the Zambia Story” by Ambassador Anthony Mukwita tells the story of the relationship between China and Zambia. The book begins with a brief history of Zambia, followed by a discussion of China’s economic and political interests in Africa. Mukwita then goes on to describe the various ways in which China has interacted with Zambia, including through trade, investment, and aid. He also discusses the impact of China’s presence in Zambia on the country’s economy, politics, and society.

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Kenneth Kaunda Day

Kenneth Kaunda Day is a day to celebrate the life and legacy of Kenneth Kaunda. Kaunda served as president of Zambia for 27 years. During his time in office, he oversaw the country’s transition from a colony to an independent nation. He was a great leader who helped to shape Zambia into the country that it is today. Continue reading


1993 Zambia National Football Team plane crash remembered

April 27, 2023 /Sports/ — On April 27, 1993, a Zambian Air Force plane carrying the Zambia national football team crashed into the Atlantic Ocean shortly after taking off from Libreville, Gabon. The plane was en route to Dakar, Senegal, for a World Cup qualifying match. All 30 people on board, including 18 players, were killed. Continue reading


What is the power of female leadership?

April 27, 2023 /Business/ — The Art of Iconic Leadership: Power Secrets of Female World Leaders by Justina Mutale is a book that explores the leadership styles of some of the most iconic female leaders in history. The book argues that female leaders have a unique set of strengths and qualities that make them effective leaders, and that these qualities can be learned and applied by anyone, regardless of gender.

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Where is lukwesa burak?

April 27, 2023 /Media/ — Lukwesa Burak is a Zambian-born British journalist and news presenter who is known for her work on the BBC. She is the main presenter of Inside Out East Midlands, and has also presented on BBC News, BBC World News, and BBC Radio Leicester.

Burak was born in Lusaka, Zambia, in 1974. She moved to the UK with her family when she was 10 years old. She studied English and History at the University of Nottingham, and then went on to work as a journalist for a number of newspapers and magazines.
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The Croatia-Zambia adoption scandal

April 26, 2023 /World/ – The Croatia-Zambia adoption scandal is a complex case with many unanswered questions. The four Croatian couples involved in the case had been in the process of adopting children from Zambia for several years. They had all been approved by the Croatian government and had received all of the necessary paperwork. However, when they arrived in Zambia to pick up the children, they were arrested on suspicion of child trafficking.
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The deregistration of the Patriotic Front (PF) would be a serious blow to democracy in Zambia.

April 26, 2023 /Politics/ – The Patriotic Front (PF) is a political party in Zambia that was founded in 2001. The party has been in power since 2011, but lost the 2021 general election to the United Party for National Development (UPND).

In February 2023, the Registrar of Societies issued a formal warning to the PF for failing to update its office bearers’ credentials. The Registrar gave the PF a deadline of 14 days to comply with the law, or face deregistration. Continue reading


Chilekwa Mumba from Zambia awarded the 2023 Goldman Environmental Prize

April 26, 2023 /Environment/ — Chilekwa Mumba is an environmental activist from Zambia who was awarded the 2023 Goldman Environmental Prize for his work to hold the mining company Vedanta Resources accountable for the environmental damage it caused in Zambia.

Mumba started his activism in 2015, when he noticed that the Kafue River, which runs through his community, was becoming polluted. He investigated and found that the pollution was coming from the Konkola Copper Mines (KCM), a subsidiary of Vedanta Resources.
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