Meet Luchindo Shamiyoyo

Luchindo just finished secondary school and remarkably was the 3rd Shamiyoyo villager to be accepted to college. She plans on studying nursing as that has been her dream to help others through the medical field. There's only one problem - though she works hard at a shop in Kaoma, she does not make enough money to pay for tuition and boarding. But we can change that.

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Learn to Speak in Shamiyoyo

This blog post will be a running list of words and phrases in local tribal languages to help me remember and to teach you.

The predominant language spoken in Shamiyoyo is Nkoya. 'Learn to speak Nkoya' is translated as ‘Kulilongesha kwamba shikonya.’

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An Introduction by Ben Kirby

Hello! My name is Ben Kirby. I have been an active volunteer with the Day by De Foundation for the past year. I serve as the Foundation’s webmaster, project manager, grant writer, and now, blog author. You’ll get to know more about me and the Foundation as this blog continues but first, an introduction is in order.

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