Students in Misisi Compound, just a 10 minute drive from Lusaka’s city center, had a hard time answering the question, ” when do you study?” I asked grade 6 and 7 students…
The World Bank estimates that there are 62 cell phones for every 100 people in Zambia. This week as I interviewed students, their families and the community school teachers of Luba Community School for my research project.
Great Expectations | By Kathleen Buchholz, in Nairobi. I arrived in Nairobi late Sunday night during the horrific terrorist attacks at the Westgate Shopping Centre. This wasn’t how I expected my arrival in Nairobi to be.
Energy access – a costly barrier to growth in Africa. Read all about Africa unplugged in Phil Goodwin’s latest blog on The Energy Collective.
A summary of recent activities by our Santa Clara University summer interns in Zambia.
Santa Clara University intern Laura Ruggles describes the power of radio and information access to communities in Zambia.
By Lynsey Palmer | Experiencing the power of mass communication in a real life context and its ability to bring people together is really a magnificent thing.
Little Bees School is run by Mama Lucy Odipo in Starehe, a densely populated section of Nairobi’s Mathare Valley slum. Lifeline Energy has been working there for more than three years.
Summary of our solar and wind-up radios delivered to Haiti following the earthquake.