On September 8, Alfalit was proud to virtually celebrate International Literacy Day, a commemoration established by UNESCO in 1966.
Kamoa Copper’s Community Relations Department, led by Leon Tshikuta, Senior Community Relations Superintendent, is committed to ensuring that its host communities have access to improved education, healthcare, and clean water. This commitment is reflected in the rollout of a new adult literacy programme in partnership with ALFACONGO.
Alfalit International proudly endorses this NPI legislation because, as has been the case for over 60 years, we speak for those who are not aware that they even have a voice.
Easter reminds us that hope is always possible. When we sometimes find ourselves on life’s dark roads, we can discover the light again if we stay on course.
I wish I could tell you that things have gotten better for Yannick, 21, as he cares for Marie, 14, and Samuel, 9. But, I cannot. Since the deaths of their parents and siblings, little has changed, and their situation has worsened. They sleep on floors, sometimes just dirt, in...
As 2021 arrives with hopes for happier days, please consider those not so fortunate and make a gift to the charity of your choice (which we hope is Alfalit, but there are many needs in this world). Peace to all.