All done and dusted

The court has finally been completed! Apologies for the delay in posting, imsure you were all desperate to see it all finished! After 6 long weeks of hard work and supervision our efforts are finally over, we have officially handed over the court to Chipata Open Community School and Sport in Action and we are … More All done and dusted

Day 39 & 40

Monday The court is now agonisingly close to completion… Will today be the day its finished? With absolutely no activity on site, the short answer is no! Today was a real test of patience with no painter or labourers turning up for work. This was shortly followed by the A2Z team spending hours tracking down … More Day 39 & 40

Days 37 & 38

Saturday On Saturday morning myself, Jack and Rob decided to educate ourselves with a trip to the Zambia National Museum. The ground floor was home to some very interesting art produced by Isaac Kalambata and a gallery of the late President Levy Mwanawasa, installed to mark the 10th anniversary of his death. Upstairs, we learned … More Days 37 & 38

Day 33 and 34

After the intense episode of the spoon saga work life took on a much slower pace over the next few days. This was partially due to one of our members, Eilish, becoming ill! She was admitted to the clinic on Tuesday and was diagnosed with a bacterial infection. Luckily, she was diagnosed quickly and is … More Day 33 and 34

Days 29-30

Friday  On Friday Rob, Amy and Simon went to Chipata to see the progress on site. The stern words with the contractor and site supervisor seemed to make an impact, as they were pleased to find out that the compacting and resin pouring was finished and it was ready to be asphalted! There was a … More Days 29-30