How the death of two women in childbirth brought two men together to fight for better healthcare in Malawi
As Salom Tsoka drives the one-hour journey to work each morning concerns about his two sons, aged three and six, haunt him: will his youngest son have an asthma attack today? Will the childminder watch out for them? Is he parenting the kids the way their mother would? And the more he thinks about them, the more he thinks of his wife, Elita.
“I am having a tough time balancing work and life. These children were more close to their mother,” says the 39-year-old widower.