New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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... to pay up to $100,000 per kilogram of horn, making it more expensive than gold, platinum or cocaine. The issue with the regulation approach can be reduced to supply and demand- any legalisation is likely to result in the market being flooded, dramatically lowering the price of the already in-demand product. The education approach is similarly dubious- how easy is it to change cultural beliefs held for hundreds of years? Not particularly simple, given ...
... some of the donated eye equipment that we brought with us. They are very happy! We gather the group for a photo - and try to get them to smile (they don’t often smile in photos)!
Then, Erick, Luke and I walk into the pediatric ward. Erick surveys how many children vs. how many balls we have to give. Luke begins to hand them out. The parents are happy to receive the balls for their kids when the kids are too sick to take ...
... the minutes of the last meeting they were very concise and true to what we had said previously, “Love Zimbabwe will remain non political and all ideas about politics in and around Zimbabwe should not be expressed”. Everything seems to be progressing within the right tracks recently! Previously the external relations officer had promised to get me a government t-shirt as a gift. However he said they were out of stock. To my surprise he brought me a ...
... unreal. Trying to explain this to someone who’s never been to Africa is so hard, These people are the friendliest and generous people I have ever met! Martha’s former student who was now manager of Lake Chivero National Park therefore when we all complained to him about the facilities he kindly agreed to give us his car. In the UK who would do that? Taking no contact details and let someone have your jeep for 3 days!
At least now we ...
... shoes and best meals. This is NOT poverty. When you see the hardship people are facing here you cannot understand what keeps these people motivated. With no money, jobs or way out of that class how can they leave this awful way of life.
In 2010, 9 years later the charity was finally registered in the UK. Martha and Dave worked incredibly hard to do this, starting off with very little trustees and hardly any funding. They have never earned an income ...
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