Back to School Blues-Impacting Literacy in Zambia

Back to School Blues-Impacting Literacy in Zambia

My daughter texted me this morning to inform me that she is “changing her classes.” Her new list includes Biology, English, Functions, French, Chemistry, Kinesiology, and Data. She is going into grade 12. She is starting at a new school. It was a huge change for a...
The broken and the beautiful

The broken and the beautiful

Walking through an urban slum is an invasion of the senses- new sites, loud sounds and always interesting smells. It can be overwhelming at times. But I love it. I love the busyness. I love the life here. I love the resourcefulness and community participation. There...
In the little brick home

In the little brick home

In the middle of a Malawian slum, I sat in their small brick home. No electricity, no running water. The space was cramped. It was dark, but light enough to see the silhouette of their two precious faces. 8 years and 5 years old, they lived here alone. Their parents...
Mobilize a Mobile Medical Clinic: Save a Life!

Mobilize a Mobile Medical Clinic: Save a Life!

I am new to WOW. I mean brand new. My third day on the job, half an hour into my commute, and stuck in bumper to bumper traffic on a major highway, I received the call no mother wants: my son was being rushed to the emergency room. He was anaphylactic: his eyes and...