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Jackson Thoya

chief of party
jthoya@pactworld.org

Peter Hopkins

program officer
phopkins@pactworld.org

'Kozo Girls' advances to final round of CARE Scale X Design Accelerator competition

February 26, 2019
Kozo Girls, a Pact-supported social enterprise run by young Zambian women, was chosen as a finalist in CARE's Scale X Design Accelerator competition. Competing against 13 other projects from around...

Kozo Girls, a Pact pilot that provides reusable pads & economic opportunities in Zambia, comes into its own

February 13, 2019
‘Kozo Girls’ provides reusable pads and economic opportunities for young women in Zambia. What began as a Pact pilot supported by USAID is blossoming into an independent social enterprise.

Finding Hope: DREAMS in Zambia

December 12, 2018
For sisters Abigail and Hope Nsokolo, growing up wasn’t easy. Their father died when they were young, plunging their family into poverty. They started plaiting hair and selling sweets to help make...

It’s best to test: A message for World AIDS Day in 2018

November 30, 2018
By Hope and Abigail Nsokolo As the world celebrates World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, with the theme “Know your status,” we are proud to know our HIV status, especially because two years ago, we would never...

With support from Pact, a Zambian teen returns to school and stays HIV-free

November 11, 2018
Yvonne Mwanza is used to working with vulnerable young women. She does it every day. When she screened Lisa Simazembwe, 16, to join DREAMS, and learned that she had dropped out of school, Yvonne knew...

Photo story: Gone to the Moon

October 19, 2018
Menstruation can be difficult for girls without the right supplies, keeping them home from school and more. Pact's Kozo Girls project is changing that.
AZWIM members showcasing their jewelry made from Development Minerals at ASM18.

ASM18: Placing the voices and visions of women artisanal miners at the heart of policy discussions

September 19, 2018
Set against the backdrop of the Victoria Falls, the voices and visions of small-scale miners were placed center-stage at the ASM18 conference in Livingstone, Zambia.
Justin Mwaba, Mirriam Phiri Biemba and Daniel Chiofu at the Twapia Health Center.

In Zambia's Copperbelt, 'foot soldiers' in the fight against HIV make a difference for hard-to-reach groups

September 17, 2018
Mirriam Phiri Biemba, the head nurse at Twapia Health Center, has noticed that more people are coming to her clinic, including many who never used to cross the threshold.

With peer education and support, a truck driver in Zambia ensures he won't spread HIV

August 20, 2018
There was a time when Arthur Mbewe engaged in sexual relationships outside of his marriage. The 47-year-old admits it. As a long-distance lorry driver for a construction firm, he spends most of his...

In Zambia, a traditional healer leads by example to stem the spread of HIV

August 13, 2018
Fifteen years ago, Chipo Chilala weighed just 18 kilos, although he was a grown man. He visited all of the traditional healers that he knew to see if they could help. None of them could.  "I finally...

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