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Ripple effects of Laudato Si’ in Zambia

Laudato Si’s message is still ringing out strong and clear, and is being acted on in diverse parts of this world. In April a conference was hosted by the Zambian Catholic Bishops’ Conference in Lusaka where ‘Care for our Common Home’ was explored in the context of large scale mining and agricultural investments. “The conference […]

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Cycling in Faith

The We Have Faith – Act Now for Climate Justice campaign and cycling caravan is in full swing now, having been on the road for more than a month already. The caravan has travelled from Mozambique, through South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia, covering close to 3000km’s already! Tanzania, Malawi, Kenya and Uganda still lie […]

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Wheels of change

By M’thetho Lungu 4th October 2015. Lusaka, ZAMBIA. One good turn deserves another. Zambia’s core cyclist, Allen ‘Super1 Chipolopolo’ Namukamba, says he from the exeprience he is having in the pan-African We Have Faith Act Now for Climate Justice Campaign, he will start a cycling club that will ride for climate change awareness during competitions […]

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Zambia’s ‘Super 1 Chipolopolo’ kicks off solo

By M’thetho Lungu 29th September 2015, Lusaka. ZAMBIA Allen Namukamba, 35, set off 29th September 2015 in a solo cycling deal to the country’s capital, Lusaka, connecting the We Have Faith Act Now for Climate Justice cycling campaign route from Zimbabwe’s ‘Super 6’ (Flying Eagles Cycling Club). The 6,500 km cycling campaign is now in […]

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Cycling for Climate Justice

90 days. 9 countries. 6000kms. One million signatures. This is the We Have Faith – Act Now for Climate Justice campaign’s objective, as COP21 in Paris draws close. The ‘We Have faith – Act Now for Climate Justice’ is a multi-faith campaign that is anchored on the moral responsibility to care for the earth and a […]

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