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June 6, 2019
Natasha sitting with Theresa during a one-on-one talk. She was talking about how her mother has started drinking again. This sad development is very common among the women of Kantolomba who fall into depression and resort to drinking.
 
Our new Zora girls, Mary Mwanza, Mary Bwalya, and Veronica Kalaba. They look so cute in their bright new yellow uniforms.
 
Ruth at the kitchen area cutting cabbage in readiness for lunch. Cabbage goes with the soya chunks and nshima on Monday's menu.
     
Doris and Audria doing it in style, singing as they stir the huge pot of nshima.
 
Ann checking the books of the students who come from other schools to eat at Living Compassion. This is important to us, as we make sure that they go to school before they eat lunch.
 
Cute smiles from Kantolomba. Little Ester and her friend Mubanga peeping through the window. They are in Malila's class.
  
Mirriam preparing soya chunks.
  
May 30, 2019
Little Gloria, who is in Susan's class, just loves to come to Theresa and recite what she learned in class. So adorable!
 
Euginia getting her stipend. Veronica helps her count. She is getting old and needs a little help here and there.
 
Our pit latrines are almost full, and it is time to dig new ones. Our men have started digging the pit next to the old latrine.
     
The weather has changed, and it's chilly. Here our team members Charity, Doris, and Martha sit in the sun to warm up while lunch is being served inside.
 
Our ever-smiling faces of Living Compassion Kantolomba.
 
Winter Chisenga is in Grade One at Twatemwa Primary School here in Kantolomba. He likes coming to the library to read with Teacher Ann.
Veronica marking some books while sitting outside during break time. Next to her is eleven-year-old Bwalya, who is in her class.
 
A cute smile for the camera from little Ester, a student in Malila's class. Team members say she has the cutest smile, and they just love her.
  

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