Under a Zambian Tree : Dora Moono Nyambe's quest to educate her nation
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Soon she began documenting her life on TikTok: creating videos of her cooking or dancing with her students, buying food for her children, and having conversations with them about issues from climate change to child marriage. Another impending challenge is a possible ban of Chinese-owned TikTok in the United States, from where she gets most of her followers and donations. The trolling used to bother me a ton. But with everything comes growth ... I know I am not using the children and if people came to Mapapa, they would see it too."
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A book titled " Under a Zambian Tree" documenting her journey was released on Feb. 7, with proceeds of the first 5,000 copies going towards her charity. I was alone with my thoughts and dreams. It took everything I had to take that first step, saying to myself 'I will let go of everything else and chase this one dream'
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The book tour is officially over! We'd like to extend our most heartfelt thanks to everyone who came out to see us! We loved meeting each and every one of you and appreciate all of the support.Under a Zambian Tree is officially available! Over the past year, Dora Moono Nyambe and Joseph Schmitt have been hard at work to bring you this incredible story.