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Drop of Hope - ZAMBIA
Zone #1 Isoka
Isoka is a town located in the Muchinga Province of Zambia near the borders with Tanzania and Malawi.
The district town of Isoka is 70 miles from the border with Tangayika, which had been a German colony until 1918. During the Second World War, Isoka was the official border post. Military convoys of up to 100 vehicles stopped at Isoka on their way to the battlefields in East Africa and the Western Desert.
What is Muchinga Province known for?
The main rivers flowing through the province are the Luangwa river, the Chambeshi river, and a major branch of both the Zambezi river and Lake Bangweulu . This centrally located province features three top national parks; the Lavushi Manda Park, North Luangwa and South Luangwa National Park.
Althugh English is the official language in Zambia the most widely spoken dialects are Bemba (spoken by 35% of the population), Nyanja or Chewa (20%), Tonga (12%) and Lozi (6%) .
The team from Zambia
traveled to Dar Es Saleem for the KIMI Leadership training
which was hosted in Calvary Tabernacle Church thus spearheading the PowerClub move into the Zambian churches coming under the cover of Bishop and a pilot project in the school owned and run by his wife also present at the training seen here receiving her curriculum. A Chichewa translation is being worked on as well.