The rain in Spain falls mainly on my solar panel

It’s officially rainy season in Nchelenge District, which means there is approximately a 100% chance of rain every day, even if said rain is only a few meager drops struggling to escape a smothering wet blanket of humidity. The near-constant cloud cover also means that Matt is finding it approximately 83% more difficult to glean enough sunlight to write and edit consistent blog posts. He’s trying not to be a baby about it.

Anyway, the next installment of our Peace Corps Zambia newsletter Zambitious is out. Unfortunately, we had to find a new name because of a copyright infringement issue. Fortunately, it hasn’t changed much, so you probably won’t be able to tell the difference anyway. Check out the October 2014 edition of Zambition!

Zambition October 2014

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