COMMUNITY NEWS

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared coronavirus a global pandemic. It is affecting people all across the globe. Whether it means being quarantined on a cruise ship, finding alternative childcare, losing wages, or actually being infected, people's health and daily lives are changing in big ways.

Yesterday I had to take time off from my office work to use a minibus, taxi and also visited some of the night clubs in Mongu town at night, now that Zambia has confirmed the presence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC) is urging the Zambian Government to consider sanitizing the transport sector and night clubs...

Southern Province and Western Province of Zambia have been hit the hardest by climate change in the country. The two provinces have seen an increase in seasonal droughts, occasional dry spells and increased temperatures in some parts.

The Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC) would like to call on the various stakeholders in the country to fully commit themselves towards addressing matters related to menstrual hygiene at all levels of the community in order to break the silence about taboos and raise awareness on the importance of good Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) for adolescent...

Patrick Maboshe founded the Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC) on the 24th November, 2006 has a tax-exempted girl child sponsorship not-for-profit making community development organization with no religious or political affiliations in memories of his late father Dr. Rodney Aongola Maboshe in Mongu, Western, Zambia and registered under the laws of...