Taj Pamodzi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... city-scape gets in the way of the view, but I can tell you that it is going to be incredible. Today we had the incredible experience of visiting the Village of Hope in Chongwe, a town about 30 km outside of Lusaka. The Village of Hope is essentially a village within the town that includes an orphanage for about 60 children, a school (which serves the whole community and has roughly 400 children) and a medical clinic that is open to the public. When we arrived this morning ...
Janine's Story: Today we took a trip to the BEAUTIFUL University of Zambia campus. I do not think I have ever seen a campus with as many trees. I was quite impressed by the size of the campus and the number of programs offered (to name a few Veterinary, medicine, psychology). We were to meet with the Masters of Public Health students which unfortunately fell through, however our professors are always sure to never waste opportunity and we had ...
Jared's Story: We went back to Alliance Française, a delicious French themed buffet that also contains a French immersion school, a stage for entertainment and concerts, and adult language classes. Our resource person, Mary, is a wealth of knowledge. She spoke primarily about the challenge the HIV epidemic has brought to maternal and child health. It is encouraging to hear that the HIV epidemic in Zambia is slowly coming under control. Yet, ...
... skilled people who chose to move to other countries - especially doctors and nurses. In the midst of it all was the HIV/AIDs epidemic. Mrs. Chola saw the overwhelming situation that was developing around her that resulted in very sick people with AIDs who were sent home. Thus 50 women initiated a traveling home care/ hospice program to offer support to patients and theri families. In 1998 it was realized that children were the most affected in the ...
... in Zambia (I thought there were only 3): -Public: easy to understand -Private: also easy to understand, but with several different target clientele and upwards of $20,000 equivalent annual tuition - Zambians can even pay to get an Ontario High School Diploma.....for a ridiculous cost -Community: A form of 'lesser' public schools...less funding, volunteer teachers, no formal training, often no official building, and tuition paid by parents in the form of foods, goods, ...