GSGC Partner’s Summit – May 15-17, 2014

Summit 2014

GSGC hosted a well-received conference in Zambia this May. The “Believe Summit” included at least one representative from each of our partner organizations, along with several potential partners. All 17 sat down with five GSGC leaders to discuss best Read More

I had no idea!

Tutalike Preschool

This young girl in southern Africa is on her way. She’s going to school, and we know that if she stays in school and completes her education, she has a fighting chance to break a cycle of poverty. She has a chance for a brighter future. Now Read More

Finding the Artist Within

proud "LACP artist"

Ngonda is an artist in the making.  Her work along with the work of about a dozen other girls was recently exhibited at the Livingstone Museum. Several months ago, one of our Zambian partners, Father Chikoya, from the Livingstone Anglican Read More

Nyika Speaks, And The Children Listen

Nyika

Nyika Muyambo is a man driven by a passion. He loves working with young people. He believes he and the young people he works with can do anything they set their minds to. Nyika was born and raised in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. His family included a Read More

A Beautiful Connection: The Allison Jaffe Fundraiser

Allison Jaffe

Allison Jaffe is a 15 year old high school sophomore living in the Washington DC area. Agnes Yombwe is a well known artist and GSGC partner living in Livingstone, Zambia. Besides being an artist, Agnes also creates handmade beaded bracelets to Read More

LACP Field Trip with the Johnsons

LACP Collage copy

In October, GSGC members Karen and Richard Johnson, Kartr Johnson and Peter Macy accompanied 35 LACP (Livingstone Anglican Children’s Program) children along with Father Chikoya on a Career Day Field Trip to the Royal Livingstone Safari Read More

Member Travel Spotlight

by Catherine "Kit" & George Greer As we drove toward Livingstone, our cab driver chatted about our destination (the Zig Zag Inn) and commented that he was pleased when American travelers stepped off the typical tourist track in Zambia. He was Read More