Malambo GrassrootsMalambo Grassroots is a member-project of Rose Charities Canada.
- A concert for Malambo Grassroots!
- A Hugely Successful Women’s Workshop!
- An Update from the Ngoma Dolce Music Academy!
- A Malambo Grassroots Fundraiser: Mabel’s Labels!
- Our Tilt Fundraiser!
- The passing of Elizabeth Colson
- Another student letter –from Mweemba!
- An update from one of our students, Iven!
- A wonderful update from Sister Lontia at St.Vincent de Paul Community School in Monze!
- An update from Ngoma Dolce Music Academy!
- An update on the Women’s Co-op Groups!
- Workshops at Ngoma Dolce Music Academy- Lovely Thank you’s!
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One Tree Hill Sinfonia is holding a wonderful fundraisier for Malambo Grassroots this Saturday, September 15! The concert will be held in SE London in the Borough of Lewisham. One Tree Hill Sinfonia is an orchestra, established in 2014, comprised of … Continue reading
A report from Jocelyn Banyard on the excellent women’s workshop she ran this past summer in Zambia! “Even though women in Africa often shoulder the bulk of the financial responsibility in raising children or maintaining a household, they often lack … Continue reading
Report on Malambo Grass Roots Scholarship programme at Ngoma Dolce In 2017 there were three scholarship students supported by Malambo Grassroots. They come from Chibelo Primary School, a state-run school 1km from the Academy. They come in on Tuesday afternoons … Continue reading
Malambo Grassroots has launched a new campaign, through Mabel’s Labels! You can now order labels for clothing, school supplies, travel and more. Better yet, you can support students in Zambia at the same time. Please share with parents, school … Continue reading
Dear Friends, We hope you enjoyed our recent Malambo Grassroots update. In the newsletter, we spoke of our upcoming Tilt campaign for 2017. Here are the details! This year we are fundraising again for our elementary, secondary and tertiary scholarships … Continue reading
A dear friend, Elizabeth Colson, passed away in August at 99 years of age, sitting on her verandah in Zambia, watching the birds. Not only was she a world renowned American anthropologist who dedicated her life’s work to the Tonga people, … Continue reading
A letter from Mweemba Matonga! “Here is a the information about my coming into this program. I went to school with a friend of mine Emmanuel Makoye at senior secondary school. The time I finished school I asked how he … Continue reading
A lovely note from Iven Moonga, about his education and current work! “MEMORANDUM TO: SPONSORS FROM: IVEN MOONGA DATE: 05 MARCH, 2016. RE: APRECIATION FOR THE SPONSORSHIP Initially, I thank the almighty God our Heavenly father who lavishly nourishes, strengthens … Continue reading