6 Kabengele Avenue

Near Chisokone Market.

P.o. Box 21663

Kitwe, Zambia

E-mail: info@cindikitwe.org

 

What we do...

Educating,Mobilizing and Engaging Volunteers   

                                                                                                                           Cindi Kitwe draws its strength from a web of 720 volunteers in Zambia who have dedicated their time and energy in serving the interests of their commmunities through adocacy with local athourities; care and support for other marginalized groups such as children and women

 

 

 

 

 

Sexual Health Rights (HIV/AIDS Advocacy)

 

CINDI-Kitwe’s sexual health rights programmes supports initiatives that promote advocacy, networking and capacity building to advance adolescents rights to sexual health and prevent gender based violence as entry points to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS.

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainable Economic Livelihoods

 

CINDI-Kitwe’s economic sustainable livelihoods programmes recognizes that poverty represents a significant challenge amoung many families in Zambia, particularly women. With little or no access to basic services, including food and housing including sending children to school. Many families are marginalized due to their status in society. CINDI-Kitwe also strengthens household’s livelihoods through sustainable economic activities and nutritional support for the elderly resource-poor families.

 

Nutritional Support to Children under 5 years old

 

CINDI-Kitwe realizes that malnutrition constitutes a national “silent emergency” amoung children dying every year and snapping the long-term economic prosperity of Zambia. CINDI-Kitwe is tackling the problem by involving families and communities, as well as advocating for political will to educate more women on low cost nutritional feeding programmes for their

 

 

Access to Education for Marginalized Children

 

CINDI-Kitwe’s Education programmme recognizes that when young children and adolescents are educated they can think rationally and makes sensible choices. Education is also a basic right which every Zambian should have irrespective of their social economic status. HIV/AIDS can be reserves if society in Zambia is educated, particularly for women and adolescent girls who are marginalized.

 

Other Projects

AT Twashuka,we promote children's rights through:

* Education-preschool education including provision of school requites

*Health-growth monitoring and promoting

*Play-different activities

*Food-provision of balanced meals

This Project is largely supported by Stephen Lewis foundation. The

 

*Project involves adult education, among many other issues the old face in society

*supported through food supplements, school requisites, clothing etc