Livingstone Mission

Date: May 15-18th, 2023 In May, Eagles of Change partnered with the University of Alabama for a medical mission inLivingstone. Our objective was to provide vital medical assistance to communities in andaround Linda Primary School and Nakatindi Primary and Secondary School. Eagles of Changeconducted informative sessions on drug abuse awareness and menstrual hygiene management forthe …

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BUSA Tournament in Bauleni Compound

Date: April 15, 2023 Eagles of Change visited Bauleni Compound where we conducted drug abuse awareness programming for 214 boys and girls. Drug abuse in sports is a growing, ongoing problem in Zambia. While the stereotypical drug abuser may not seem like a high-profile athlete, drug use among athletes is common. Many famous athletes in …

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Eagles of Change on UNZA Radio 91.7FM

Date: April 10, 2023 Eagles of Change was hosted on UNZA Radio 91.7fm for an interview focusing on drug & alcohol abuse amongst youth in Zambian communities. Young Zambians have been increasingly indulging in substance abuse, which has consequentially contributed to the country’s high levels of unemployment; even despite many of them being university graduates. …

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Community Outreach at Thehilla Ministries Fellowship

Date: Aprill 8, 2023 Our drug abuse sensitization programs are not limited to schools only; there is room for education anywhere, including at church. The Eagles of Change Team visited Thehilla Ministries Fellowship, Chilala Branch to provide sensitization to approximately 56 individuals across different age groups. This was also unfortunately intern Meagan Dutka’s final outreach …

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“Table Talk”

Date: February 6/23 Eagles of Change President Mr. Donald Musonda and Community Mobilization Officer Jimmy Meleka, were featured on DC Talk Radio’s 90.9 FM “Table Talk,” where they spoke about the dangers of substance abuse amongst Zambian Youth. Thank you to DC Talk Radio for hosting us! #togetherwecan