Computer Arrives for LifeNets Scholarship Student in Zambia
Posted August 14, 2016
Lazarous Zuzhi has been a LifeNets student studying nursing in Solwezi, Zambia. We were able to provide a computer for him to aid him in his studies. One of our ministers, Darris McNeely, travelled to Malawi and South Africa to conduct Leadership seminars. We gave him a laptop to deliver to Major Nawa Talama from Lusaka, Zambia who took it back and had it sent on to Lazarous.
Lazarous sent us a few photos and also a few texts:
Lazarous makes reference to poultry and gardening. LifeNets has helped build poultry houses to help feed the orphans. It has also provided a borehole and another well powered by tredle mills for irrigating a large garden to help feed the orphans.
Poultry and Farming at Chilemo Orphans Club. Director Joseph Kapatula and wife Agnes
You can read about a visit we made out to Mufumbwe in April, 2014 with Derrick and Cherry Pringle from Kitwe on my TravelPod.
May 8, 2016
I am schooling at Solwezi Nursing School in Solwezi, a northwestern province of Zambia. I am still in my first year and I will be in second year in July 2016. I am studying for a Diploma in Nursing,as a Registered Nurse (RN) for three years.
I am facing a challenge in terms of studying and communication,because I don't have a phone or a computer which can browse or have an access on the Internet. I would appreciate if anyone had to send anything which can have access on Internet. I am using a borrowed phone to communicate. I really thank God for what you people are doing for me,
May the Lord God Bless You.
Photos below from Lazarous. sHis school.went for an industrial visit at NorthWestern Water and supply sewerage company.