DAPP Embarks on project to reduce lead contamination effects among Kabwe children
DAPP with funding from the German organization Sign of Hope has embarked on a project to contribute to reducing the effect of lead contamination among children of Kabwe through effective mobilization and behavioral change advocacy.
The Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiative (SARAI) was successfully completed with unprecedented results achieving an increased uptake of modern family planning from 36% to 52% in 17 targeted districts of Luapula, Muchinga and Copperbelt provinces.
DAPP Zambia in partnership with the Ministry of Community Development and Social Services has donated an assortment of groceries to families as presents in commemorating the International Day of the Families.
Mary Simwemba, 42, lives in Muzoka, Pemba District and has assets valued at not less than K300,000.
The successful completion of the Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiatives (SARAI) Project, from January 2015 to December 2019 contributed to an increased percentage of women using modern contraceptive from 36% to 48% in 17 districts of Zambia.