KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/23/2018) - Given, age 3, watches the other children in his neighborhood as they run up and down the hill. Given and his family live in a community built by Habitat for Humanity Zambia.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - Given, age 3, watches the other children in his neighborhood as they run up and down the hill. Given and his family live in a community built by Habitat for Humanity Zambia. The homes within the community feature cement walls and stable roofs, which means the homes are safer and healthier than the mud-built homes in which most of the families would otherwise live. 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/26/2018) - The homes built by Habitat Zambia in the new area of Makalulu feature sturdy, concrete block construction and roofs that have been securely fastened.

KABWE, ZAMBIA  - The homes built by Habitat Zambia in the new area of Makalulu feature sturdy, concrete block construction and roofs that have been securely fastened. Before moving into these homes, many of the homeowners lived in substandard homes made of mud. During the rainy season, the mud would swell with excess water and often collapse from the excessive weight. 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/24/2018) - Twins Naomi (L) and Ruth (R), age 8, outside of the home their share with their older sister Dorothy, and their mother Gertrude.

 KABWE, ZAMBIA - Twins Naomi (L) and Ruth (R), age 8, outside of the home their share with their older sister Dorothy, and their mother Gertrude. The family sells tomatoes and charcoal from a small spot on the edge of their property to help bring in income.

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/23/2018) - Children carry water from the community water pump to their homes within the Makalulu neighborhood.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - Children carry water from the community water pump to their homes within the Makalulu neighborhood. Having water available within the community saves each family hours every day, as they no longer have to walk long distances to retrieve their daily water supply.

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/24/2018) - Margaret, 65, carries water from the nearby access point to her home.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - Margaret, 65, carries water from the nearby access point to her home. Margaret, who does 'piecework' like washing clothes, weeding, and cleaning to earn a modest income, says, 'Sometimes when I wake up I say, 'Is this my house?' I still don't believe that I own this house.' 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/26/2018) A water station in the Mapalo community of Kabwe allows many families to access water easily, instead of spending hours each day walking to and from another pump.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - A water station in the Mapalo community of Kabwe allows many families to access water easily, instead of spending hours each day walking to and from another pump. 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/26/2018) The home of Pastor Gastin Kambilo features an electricity connection and running water from a tap.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - The home of Pastor Gastin Kambilo features an electricity connection and running water from a tap. This home is one of the only ones in the area to have both of these amenities.

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/26/2018) Pastor Gastin Kambilo demonstrates how efficient it is for his family to have a tap within their kitchen. Unlike other homes, their house features an electricity connection and running water from a tap.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - Pastor Gastin Kambilo demonstrates how efficient it is for his family to have a tap within their kitchen. Unlike other homes, their house features an electricity connection and running water from a tap. 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/25/2018) Joyce Kamavu of the Twapia neighborhood, is a Habitat Homeowner turned volunteer. She works with other change agents within the area to help identify other vulnerable families who made need housing.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - Joyce Kamavu, of the Twapia neighborhood, is a Habitat Homeowner turned volunteer. She works with other change agents within the area to help identify other vulnerable families who made need housing. When asked why she loves her house she said, 'Because now I am free and I won't have to leave.' 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/25/2018) Kapenta fish are lured to boats by mercury light and then stopped up into a net by the fishermen who man the kapenta rigs.

KABWE, ZAMBIA - Kapenta fish are lured to boats by mercury light and then stopped up into a net by the fishermen who man the kapenta rigs. Once caught, they are dried on concrete blocks or slabs in the sun for at least a day or two before eating. Kapenta fish are a staple of the Zambian diet, proving a protein-packed meal without the need for refrigeration, which is financially out of reach for many families. 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA (10/25/2018) Doris, 12, in front of the home she shares with her grandmother Yoanna Musonda, and her four siblings.  Habitat for Humanity International / Annalise Kaylor

KABWE, ZAMBIA - Doris, age 12, in front of the home she shares with her grandmother Yoanna Musonda, and her four siblings. 

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KABWE, ZAMBIA -The five grandchildren of Yoanna Musonda outside of their home in the Makalulu neighborhood of Kabwe. From left to right, Doris, 12, Christopher, 9, Betty, 9, and twins Evelyn and Charity, 4.

KABWE, ZAMBIA -The five grandchildren of Yoanna Musonda outside of their home in the Makalulu neighborhood of Kabwe. From left to right, Doris, 12, Christopher, 9, Betty, 9, and twins Evelyn and Charity, 4. 

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A young girl, who lives in a Habitat for Humanity Zambia home with her mother and her cousin, holds the key to her front door.

LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - A young girl, who lives in a Habitat for Humanity Zambia home with her mother and her cousin, holds the key to her front door. 

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