Keepers Zambia Foundation working in collaboration with Actionaid Zambia is promoting off-season farming among communities in Lukulu District. The project is promoting use of Solar powered water pumps for vegetable production. Aiming increasing participation of women and youths in vegetable production. The groups are mobilised into 10 – 15 [...]
KEEPERS ZAMBIA FOUNDATION, MITETE AND LUKULU DISTRICTS STAKEHOLDERS MEET TO TAKE ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE Climate change started like a mere story, however down the line it has proved beyond doubt that its real as the devastating effects are well seen by everyone. People of the two districts are vulnerable [...]
Members show off their share out amounts during sharing ceremony Keepers Zambia Foundation believes that its involvement in promoting savings is proving to be a viable tool to reduce poverty among marginalised people in the rural areas without formal employment. Unlike other approaches saving group approach is self sustenance and [...]
Lusaka generates more than one million tons of waste annually, according to the city’s Waste Management Unit (WMU). Households generate 2 to 3 kgs of waste per day. Lusaka City Council laboured to collect waste in the peri urban, only half was disposed at designated dump site. Keepers Zambia Foundation [...]
Saving Groups in Nalwei Village in Mongu rejoice after successful year of saving. Several members of the Rural Finance Expansion Programme (RUFEP), a money saving initiative under Ministry of Finance, gathered to share their success. The money saving program was implemented by Keepers Zambia Foundation (KZF).
KZF team in Mongu District during monitoring visits to Savings groups. Keepers Zambia Foundation is implementing Expansion for Financial Inclusion (ExFIN) with Support from IFAD and GRZ under RUFEP. Results are visible women have been empowered through increasrd access to financial services using a very creative approach based on [...]
This may be a bit of a technical post, but it answers the very simple question at the heart of our work: ‘Can design improve health outcomes for children?’ We think the answer is YES. Here is some of our emerging evidence – see if you agree! When we began work to [...]
During the KYTS-Programme we developed technology with our partner ColaLife to map the retailers we were supporting. The technology can be easily adapted to other projects. The data to produce these maps is collected automatically during support visits to retailers by KZF staff who use tablets to collect key information [...]