Mika Lodge

Address: Plot 106 corner of Central Street and First Street, Lusaka, Zambia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Plot 106 corner of Central Street and First Street, Lusaka, is near Victoria Falls (Mosi-Oa-Tunya), Chaminuka Game Reserve, and Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya) National Park.
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    Africa's Least Interesting City....??

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Aug 18, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... main bus station crowded with vendors selling "second hand" clothes - the end of the road for the clothes we drop off at thrift stores in the west.

    Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's "father" and one of Africa's last surviving freedom fighters (Robert Mugabe in next door Zimbabwe is another) is still revered in the country. The house he lived in during the years running up to independence in 1964, is a national monument site and the most interesting site we visit. Kaunda ...

    Day 15 - Village of Hope visit

    A travel blog entry by mobstfeld on May 16, 2015

    19 photos

    ... presented them with some health related activities including a nutrition game, physical activity demonstration, and a hand washing song. As we left many of the children wanted their pictures taken with us an we were swarmed with children as you will see in some photos attached. Further blogs might be few and far between for the next week as we head out to Monge and Senega in western province of Zambia. ...

    Day 14 - Zambia University Teaching Hospital

    A travel blog entry by mobstfeld on May 15, 2015

    1 photo

    Dr. Fastone Goma, Dean of Medicine at the Zambia University Teaching Hospital, met with us to talk about challenges within the Zambian health care system. Specifically he identified 5 areas of focus: Non-communicable diseases, tobacco reduction, health service provision, palliative care, and educational reform. Non-communicable Disease: HIV/AIDs gets a lot of funding in Zambia. Few NGOs fund non-communicable diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, asthma, cancer, ...

    The Tale of Two Religious Ceremonies

    A travel blog entry by jjelenko on May 10, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to say, was something to behold. If I may stereotype, Africans can sing better than most. The Cathedral itself was spectacular. Made entirely out of concrete to keep it cool in the hot summer months, it still had remarkable stain glass and a sanctuary more than 30 feet high. The second religious ceremony also began with a pilgrimage, but you could call it more of a scrum than a peaceful walk to church. Since we had our tickets and seemingly because we were ...

    Day 6 - Meeting with Father Joe and team

    A travel blog entry by mobstfeld on May 07, 2015

    2 photos

    ... things factors. Frances is a masters student working on a project focusing on water and sanitation. Lusaka has many areas where clean drinking water is not easily accessible. As well, garbage is a huge challenge. There are many areas of the city where garbage is not collected regularly and in many areas it is burned releasing unknown toxins into the air. There are no recycling programs. Frances was told us about a program to put flush toilets ...

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