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Stories from our work

ZAMFAM strengthened Mary’s family economy

Mary Nyimba is a mother of four children living in Chibombo district of Zambia. After losing her husband five years ago, she was struggling to provide financially for her family as a single mother. She was working in informal quarrying, digging and heaping sand, which earned her paltry returns and was barely enough to meet the basic needs of her children.

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Educating youth to advance Angola’s development
Making education relevant for youth in a dynamic and changing Angola is key to its national development.
Impacting positively on rural farming in Mozambique
Margarida Luatino, a 49-year-old married mother of six, is a rural farmer in Nicoadala, Mozambique.
Skills training builds capacity and hope among youths in Malawi
Stanley Banda is a 29 year old graduate of DAPP Malawi’s Mikolongwe Vocational School.
"Start small but aim big, says Pinky, an entrepreneur
Thirty-year-old Pinky is a mother of four kids and a daughter-in-law.

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