Written By James Tayler
Written By SDI General
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The settlement began as a political site office for UNIP during the struggle for independence. Later on in…
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The area was farm land owned by a white settler Mr Robert. People moved to the area in…
Chazanga was still a remoteb area in 2006 and did not have any services. The people in the…
The establishment of Chinika started in the early 1932. The name of the settlement came about as a…
Chipembe means ' land of farmers'. The settlement began in 1931 after the first settlers moved there from…
The first settlement was established in 1940 by Mr. Chisaka who migrated to the area from Luano. The…
THE SETTLEMENT WAS A WORLD BANK PROJECT INITIATED IN THE EARLY 60s TO PROVIDE HOUSING THROUGH THE COUNCIL…
In 1968 indians left and the unip government started giving out plots.
Garden compound was a white man's garden in 1960. An area needed development for infrastructure and housing
Garden initially was a farm land owned by two white people, husband and wife named peter plus wislewska…
George settlement was established as early as the 1950s. This land was farmland owned by three white men;…
This settlement started in the 1960s when Mr. Ken the owner of pan brick factory allowed his workers…
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With support from the Zimbabwean federation, the Zambian Homeless People’s Federation was first started in the resort town of Livingstone. Currently, the Zambian Federation is active in 44 cities and towns across the country. With the support of the NGO People’s Process on Housing and Poverty in Zambia (PPHPZ), the federation has created collaborative partnerships with the Zambian government resulting in the receipt of technical support on housing and infrastructure development. Recently, the federation has been turning its attention towards sanitation issues as it searches for affordable, scalable sanitation solutions for the urban poor.
Active Cities: 43
Active Settlements: 300
Savings Groups: 643
Federation Members: 49630
Youth Federation Members: 950
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