It’s great to hear that Tiyese (‘Let’s Try’) Craft Initiative, a women’s empowerment group in Livingstone that we helped establish, has won a new contract. Sadly, the pandemic means that it is for 2,500 face masks to help against the spread of the Coronavirus. However, the order is another recognition of the skills the ladies have built up over the last three years (in 2019 they also successfully provided 670 very popular delegate bags for the Commonwealth Law Conference). Their usual production of bags, aprons, head bands, purses, ties, mats and other items are normally bought by volunteers and tourists. Unfortunately the pandemic has meant that this market, and their income from it, has disappeared this year so we are delighted to see their skills being put to good use. Earlier in the year the ladies also produced masks for us for the staff of Nekacheya School. The photos feature three pedal powered sewing machines that Zambezi Sunrise have provided, at the Linda Sunrise facility we also helped establish. Thanks again to everyone who supports us and made this possible.