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The following year Ms Sichone became the first female Rhodes Scholar from Zambia.Ms Murrell told The Independent: “She wasn’t wealthy or the head of state.Women scholars will have had a trickier time being inspired, however.Until now there hasn’t been a single portrait of a female former Rhodes scholar.By GETHSEMANE MWIZABI - CHILDREN in Zambia have become endangered species.Like animals of prey, their lives hang in balance each and every moment. Some of them roam the streets while others are right in homes, a place previously thought to be safe.An abuser can be grandfather, father, uncle, cousin, brother, teacher and the list goes on. They are wonderful story tellers, with sunny faces and sweet personalities; the attributes they use to attract children into their web.Without, doubt children are no longer safe anywhere in Zambia.
Its survivors often suffer in silence – and pass on this brutal legacy to another generation It was for this reason that the child helpline platform was created to counsel children on various issues.
Widely considered one of the most prestigious scholarships in the world, it was only opened to women in 1977.
Born in May 1954, in Zambia’s second-largest city, Kitwe, Lucy Banda Sichone attended an all-girls secondary school and earned a law degree before coming to Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship in 1978.
In 1993 she founded the Zambia Civic Education Association (ZCEA) that continues to teach citizens rights and civic education to this day.
She also represented several displaced villagers who had been accused of squatting, and represented Zambians in court as pro bono clients.
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There is never a day in Zambia when a child is not abused.