01 Sep

“This scholarship is my breakthrough!”

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
When Kelvin Ndayisaba tells his story, it is both amusing and, to a certain extent, alarming. He narrates the tale with a visible expression of disbelief and gratitude on his face. Disbelief because he did not foresee.
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21 Aug

Tailoring for Cash, Sewing for a Living

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
We took a dusty road outside Dzaleka refugee camp, turned north and headed towards some distant hills. The motorbike we were riding billowed dust and gravel as we sped past huts, trees, small farms, a couple of.
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08 Aug

35-Year-Old Working Mother Returns to School

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
When Jacqueline Hoya heard the news that she had been selected to commence a degree in education at Chancellor College, she danced with excitement! Her goal of going to college had finally been realized. Who would not.
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31 Jul

A Loving Sister to Refugee Churches

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
Have you ever heard of the name ‘Kanisa Ndugu’? Maybe not. Well, the term is Swahili and it translates to ‘Sister Church’. Setting up a church in a foreign country, especially when one is a refugee, can.
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25 Jul

Born in Misery but Raised to Help

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
It was dark when the attackers crept into the refugee camp. The girl was fast asleep when the first gunshot rang. She woke up with a start. She had been exposed to a conflict zone before to.
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10 Jul

22 Year Old Girl Helps Support Family

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
Somewhere in Dowa district, in a village called Lilambwe, there is a girl named Esinala. Every morning at 8 AM, she bids farewell to her parents, shoulders her bag and sets for Dzaleka Trading Centre – a.
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