Mwizenge S, Tembo
Mr.Sani Zibalwe Tembo at his village in Lundazi reading "Zambian Traditional Names" authored by his son Mwizenge S. Tembo
We had a medical emergency at midnight a few days ago at midnight. We needed one of the residents to walk to the main road 6kms or 4 miles away to get the man who has a car to whom phone calls were not getting through. We bought a brand-new bicycle for emergency purposes.
The new bike purchased for emergency situations.
Residents are now collecting and drying mphangwe pumpkin leaves vegetables. They also drying kabata or bilizongwe or nyazongwe leaves vegetables.
Silungwe standing by the vegetable drier.
The veggies are boiled before they're dried.
Sitting in my hut with the door wide open, this lizard suddenly barged in. I chased it out and it climbed up this nearby tree.
This is our village pavilion that we built last week. It will be used for education and entertainment. I gave the first lecture on the meaning of Sustainable Development.
Mr. Kaluba the carpenter, left, in January 2021 working and chatting with other village residents.
Steve in January 2021 spraying pesticide on the maize for army worms.
Burning some of the slashed vegetation to clear the village surroundings.
Fresh ripe mangoes in January 2021
Cattle were hired from neighboring farm to plough parts of the village farm.
Solar charger in front of the hut.
The Model Village borehole pump provides clean drinking water to village residents and people in the surrounding community.
Getting the fertilizer mixed and ready to apply in the maize field.
Chisi wheeling the fertilizer to the maize field as Steve walks along side.
Chisi left, Steve, Middle, and Emmanuel getting ready to apply the fertilizer at the model village farm in February 2021.
Chererwa delele vegetable in the farm field.
Chakilwa applying fertilizer in the maize field in February 2021.
Bondokotwe natural vegetable in the farm field.
Nya Mwaza picking beans with her grand daughter.