Some of Ireland’s top models have been praised for the work they have done over in Kabwe.
Limerick model Madeline Mulqueen has teamed up with fellow models Irma Mali, Teo Sutra and presenter Siobhan O’Connor for a project called Catwalk to Kabwe.
Since landing in Zambia this week, the girls have been busy building shelters.
Making a difference: Siobhan O’Connor in Kabwe | ZAMDA IRELAND
Hard work: Irma Mali got stuck in | ZAMDA IRELAND
Making a difference: Teo helped build shelters in sweltering heat | ZAMDA IRELAND
Charity group Zamda Ireland thanked the fashionable ladies for all their hard work in a sweet Facebook post.
“Catwalk to Kabwe: Never in the history of Sables Nua has so much been done by so few in such a short period of time,” they wrote.
“The Catwalk to Kabwe Crew have been tearing into the work! In temperatures of 34 degrees+ the work has continued non-stop.
“In the country for a mere thirty-six hours the ladies have shown that they can strut their stuff with shovels and cement mixers just as well as they can shimmy down the fashion catwalks!”
Arriving: Madeline and Teo | ZAMDA IRELAND
The Irish flag: Siobhan greeting children | ZAMDA IRELAND
Also joining the girls on their charity trip is Straywave Media producer John Norton, with the journey all captured on film for an upcoming RTE documentary.