“WELFARE OF WOMEN AND GIRLS LIVING WITH DISABILITIES” - Caritas Zambia submission to the parliamentary committee on national guidance and gender matters
SUBMISSION TO THE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL GUIDANCE AND GENDER MATTERS
“Welfare of Women and Girls Living With Disabilities”
One of the most precise and widely accepted definition of Disability inclusion is understanding the relationship between the way people function and how they participate in society, and making sure everybody has the same opportunities to participate in every aspect of life to the best of their abilities and desires.
Download the entire “WELFARE OF WOMEN AND GIRLS LIVING WITH DISABILITIES” - Caritsa Zambia submission to the parliamentary committee on national guidance and gender matters here https://caritaszambia.org/phocadownload/key_papers/WELFARE-OF-WOMEN-AND-GIRLS-SUBMISSION-to-PARLIAMENT.pdf
Caritas Zambia Submission to Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture, Lands and Natural Resource - Subsidies and the FISP Program
Caritas Zambia Submission to Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture, Lands and Natural Resource
Subsidies and the FISP Program
Following the invitations made to individual organizations to make submissions towards the Review of the Implementation of the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP), a Consortium of CSOs however, collectively put up this submission following the commonality of issues raised among them in the recent past regarding FISP. The CSOs have welcomed the approach by the Committee on Agriculture, Lands and Natural Resources in undertaking a detailed study on the review of FISP by engaging many players among them CSOs. We the Consortium of CSOs is preview to the terms of reference that include;
Download the entire Caritas Zambia Submission to Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture, Lands and Natural Resource - Subsidies and the FISP Program here https://caritaszambia.org/phocadownload/key_papers/Submission-to-Parliamentary-Committee-on-Agriculture-FISP.pdf
THE SPIRITUALITY OF AGROECOLOGY
When we talk about agroecology we mean a holistic way of growing our food that take into account the demands and dictates of nature. In other words, human beings working together, with the environment to produce food and wealth. This demands that we listen to messages the environment is sending to us as we till the land and use nature’s resources for our food requirements.
Download the entire PRESENTATION AT THE STAKEHOLDERS’ CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON NUTRITION IN ZAMBIA here https://caritaszambia.org/phocadownload/key_papers/SPIRITUALITY-OF-AGROECOLOGY.pdf
“CCMG PVT Verifies the ECZ Official Results for the Presidential Election Reflect the Ballots Cast at Polling Stations”
16 August 2021
Today, the Christian Churches Monitoring Group (CCMG) is releasing its verification statement on the accuracy of the presidential results. CCMG conducted a parallel vote tabulation (PVT) for the presidential election as part of our comprehensive monitoring of the 2021 general elections. As we stated during the preliminary statement, CCMG completed its PVT by 12 noon on Friday 13 August 2021 with over 99% of our monitors having sent in their observation reports. Had it proved necessary, CCMG would have released its PVT estimates if we had any indication there was manipulation of the official results. We commend the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) for fulfilling its constitutional duty with honour and are grateful to them for not having to do so. CCMG now confirms that its PVT verifies that ECZ’s official presidential results reflect the ballots cast at polling stations.
Download the entire CCMG Verification Statement on the Accuracy of the Official 2021 Presidential Results here https://caritaszambia.org/phocadownload/general/CCMG-Verification-Statement-16-August 2021.pdf
Caritas Chipata with support from CCO will provide safe water to more than 4000 people in Mwambula, Mazala, Chivunga, Kalindawalo and Chitengeni communities.
Some civil society organizations in Chipata are demanding for justification from ECZ, the Electoral Commission of Zambia on why they have proposed to increase nomination fees.