Zambia is suffering from a critical power shortage because of a lack of water at crucial hydropower dams.
The daily power blackouts are damaging the economy.
In Zambia they are pushing sex education as a way to give women the rights they need in society. Without sex education, many young girls will give up their education and their children can suffer too, making being informed vital for the future of all societies. Kathy Sikombe Short reports from the capital Lusaka.
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The Zambian government is subdividing a major forest reserve. Angry residents say it would endanger Lusaka’s water supply and have vowed to fight it.
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