One of these, the mission at Kafue, near Lusaka, was originally a Primitive Methodist foundation, begun in 1919.
This is the headmaster of the boys' secondary school, showing me around with Bunmi Olayisade, from WCR.
Sadly though, the mission struggles to find the money for enough drugs and equipment to treat the many cases of TB, AIDS and malaria they are faced with.
Finally, we met the members of the women's self-help project. These women, all widows, raise pigs and chickens to sell. The small profit they have made in this way has enabled them to buy seeds and tools to grow maize. An amazing, courageous, joyful group of women. I was humbled to meet them.