By Evan Haglund
The results quite impressive!
This lack of exposure to the official languages has a particularly harsh impact on the millions of children who live in rural areas of Africa.
WISE scholarship student Nasilele Ngonda became Zambia’s first Youth Journalism International reporter.
Youth Journalism International provides a free education for young people in any country who are interested in journalism, current events and getting to know their peers across the globe.
WISE board comes together from our various locales
Education is not simply for the kids!
WISE’s scholarship model is predicated upon creating self-sufficiency for all of our students
Good news to poultry farmers and those intending to start poultry farming in Kaoma!
All of WISE's scholarship students for the 2017 are now officially approved and registered.
In Zambia, where subsistence farming is predominant and shifting cultivation remains important, nearly all tasks associated with subsistence food production are performed by women.
By Maggie Indopu Wamunyima
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