So these last few days are rushing by - so many leads to follow and plans to make and it doesn't seem to be any cooler!
We got back on Monday from Kafue Park where we had spent a wonderful 2 nights - a mixture of excitement and serenity! Just for the avoidance of doubt for all our supporters any recreational time or activities is not seen as part of ZTA time! Though we did take some work with us!
Anyway a wonderful place -Mayukuyuku Camp -and a very close sighting of lions and a bit too close of an elephant who chose to feed on the trees 3 feet from our tent at 2.0 am! Birds just amazing and a glorious evening boat ride. Really nice people with a wealth of knowledge and great food.
Back here we have caught up with key players in planning the next possible developments and looked through the art work and notes to start the process of evaluation which will go on at home. At UTH we had our final supervision session and were assured that the group will continue to meet as it fulfils a real need as support and learning for all their work.
The certificates were presented by Dr Paul, Head of Psychiatry who has been so supportive of the work and its continuation. At Chainama as well there is a determination to get a module designed to fit in the curriculums at the College, all very encouraging - more work!
We presented at a Seminar yesterday at UNZA School of Health Promotion who are very interested in creative communication approaches. Certainly when discussing the art exercise we gave them there was a lot of communication going on!
It will be sad to leave Gossner where we have been so much at home and the mangoes here still are not ripe! Off into the sunset!