Visit Fountain of Hope project. This center helps to  rehabilitate thousands of children living on the streets of the Zambian capital of Lusaka.

Reporting from Zambia with the International Reporting Project


As I mentioned a few weeks ago I will be reporting from Zambia as an International Reporting Project Zambia Fellow starting on July 15. I will be in Africa with nine stellar new media journalists. We all have our own beats and will report on different angles about HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. I personally will report on how these infectious diseases acutely affect mothers and children.

You can follow my work on the Gates Foundation blog, Impatient Optimists. You can follow all of our work at the #ZambiaHealth hashtag. You can also follow my personal observations at jjamesonline.com.

Photo:

Children sing at the Fountain of Hope centre in Lusaka, Zambia, during a visit from Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The centre helps to rehabilitate thousands of children living on the streets of the Zambian capital.
25 February 2012
Lusaka, Zambia

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