Jocelyn Banyard served in Zambia 1991-1994- Podcast #131

Joeclyn studied fine arts at Emily Carr in Vancouver and then went to serve in Zambia where she came from. She went to serve at the cultural Museum in Lusaka. When she got there the Museum was still being built so she began grant writing to help finance the museum and its revolving exhibits.

She will be returning to Zambia as the owner Siavonga Game fishing lodge.

Her family has been involved in the community for over 20 years working with Village artisans- Malambo textiles that supports 33 artisans positions. From paper mache to chicken rearing. She is deeply involved in sustainable development.

If you are interested in her work you can contact her at

Thanks for dropping by Jocelyn.

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