Home to the spectacular Victoria Falls, Livingstone is a modest town of about 100,000 people
bustling with commerce, tourism and the usual hardscrabble laborers.
On the outskirts of town are many rustic houses and some nicer homes as well as various private grammar schools.
The roads in these areas are unpaved and rough and the railroad no longer connects to Zimbabwe.
Among these residences is the Livingstone Human Rights Commission office–quite a distance from downtown.
This visit coincided with the 2008 International Women’s Day rally in Livingstone (photos 37-65).