Camille: “I liked discovering an issue like deforestation in Zambia, but especially the fact of becoming an ambassador for this cause to the entire Maramba community.”
At EcoGreen, there is not a day that looks like another. One day you have to plant trees, or do cuttings, take care of the biogas, go to the village or even meet the Livingstone Minister of the Environment. I also love children and teaching very much. Charity, Lloyd’s wife is a home school principal, she offered me to teach some courses to her class of 6 students. I taught science class or I talked about ecology, geography or I offered manual activities for the children.
EcoGreen is a family association, and it quickly feels like home. Charity and the other women are always wonderful, and the children in these classes only need a little (a lot) attention. I liked discovering a problem like deforestation in Zambia, but especially the fact of becoming an ambassador of this cause to the entire community of Maramba, the association’s district. In a short time, everyone knows us in the neighbourhood, and on the weekend we are always invited to an event: birthday, wedding, or mass! And if you want to recharge your batteries, there are always Victoria Falls 10 minutes away.