- Jan 25, 2020
For millions of people in the southern African nations of Zimbabwe and Zambia, the next few months will be critical.
Zambia’s bishops urged South African leaders to do more to stop xenophobic attacks, and a South African archbishop warned of a rising tide of hatred and violence in the country.
Zambia’s bishops have launched a campaign to raise $9 million for food to be distributed in remote parts of the country hit by drought and floods.
Children in Zambia are not growing enough, and Catholic Charities is trying to help.
With just 100 days to the December 23 presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the country’s bishops have once again voiced concerns over “the state of the electoral process.”
As a cholera epidemic threatens the lives of more than 14 million Zambians, the country has banned church services and other gatherings in Lusaka’s high-density residential areas.