Protea Hotel Lusaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to stay on all night. I informed someone today, I'm just hoping something gets fixed soon. So it's 10:03pm, the power went down at 7:43pm, and my lovely lights are on. Luckily I have a sleep mask from all my flying, so I'll be wearing that. And I'm dead tired so that's probably good too! (Oh and when the power goes out the Internet goes down... I wish I could change that...) Good night ...
... Zambia but I can tell you know that it is shocking. The brain drain is evident here, with many physicians moving away where there is higher pay or entering administrative roles. One of the Davids is leaving tomorrow, and as such we had a great dinner of Indian cuisine with colleagues and resource people we have met. After returning to home base we were so blessed to see the Giraffe Dance...I will let Jared tell you more about that one. ...
... in the 80's was a further burden to both the economy and the health professional community. This lead to several initiatives that continue to this day. Education is an ongoing struggle for Zambians as many families cannot afford to send their children to school and especially into the later grades. The drop out rate is very high and therefore literacy is very low. Not having the ability to read communications ...
... Initiatives that have developed specific to children affected by HIV/AIDs includes education programs, social support, a community clinic, home visits and initiatives to give skills to HIV orphans so they can become self sufficient. The clinic takes care of those with and affected by HIV/AIDs, TB, Malaria and offers services for prenatal health, and early child development. I am amazed at what Mrs. Chola's group has managed to accomplish. As ...
... to do a working holiday visa and couch surfing her way around. We also met a nice young British guy in my room called Isaac. He was studying in Newport Wales (unlucky) and was studying photography documentation. He was out here doing a project on Alzheimers where he was retracing the steps of his grand parents who used to catch butterflies in Zambia and who both now have Alzheimers. I think that will probably be quite an impressive project once finished. On ...