Entries by

COVID-19 Youth Impact Group

  Kucetekela Foundation has established a forum which has allowed our KF alumni from 2011-2019 to be able to reconnect and get to know each other. The aim is to be able to form the Kucetekela Foundation Alumni Association and as the alumni continue to interact. The following committees have been formed: Entrepreneurship: Exploration of […]

University in Russia by Ased Chipangano – KF Class of 2018

Ased is studying Economics under a full scholarship at Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. The 5-year program began in August 2019. The first year of the program is a Russian language intensive.  Happy New Year. I could not think of a better way to start this article than showing gratitude to KF, for the emotional support, […]

Our Moon Tuitions Experience Highlighting the Partnership between two organizations: Our Moon and Kucetekela Foundation by Cecilia, Philip, Mercy and Vincent

During the holidays, April and August, in 2018 we had the opportunity to attend the Our Moon tuitions in Chibombo. This program was facilitated and coordinated by Justin Mushitu, Helen and Our Moon students. The Experience: Our experience with the Our Moon scholars (Hillcrest and David Kaunda Technical Secondary School [DK]) was both intimidating and […]

My Journey of a Thousand Miles by Kellyson

It feels like yesterday when I began my journey of a thousand miles. Step by step, I’m finally here, but the journey is still going. Looking back, I see years and days invested. I see days invested in personal development and community development endeavors, such as community service and charity works. I was first introduced […]

Alum Spotlight: Gaella Kabeya

Gaella Kabeya grew up in Lusaka, Zambia and started school at the age of five.  She was a high-achieving student from the beginning of her school.  She won a Kucetekela Foundation scholarship and was the best student in the selection exams.   While at Leopards Hill Secondary School, she was a powerful, outspoken student who motivated her peers to […]

On Two Wheels Around Town by Martin Thulani Milanzi, Jr.

The transition from being a dependent person to one who has to entirely meet his own needs is tricky. This is so because as an adult or high school graduate, there are some needs that probably nobody else can provide for you apart from yourself. One such need is transportation to enable you to carry […]