Large, sparsely populated and politically stable, Zambia has vast agricultural potential.
Self Help Africa’s programme focus in Zambia is on two key areas: rural enterprise development and sustainable agricultural and rural livelihoods. Our largest project is a five-year Irish Aid funded local development project that commenced in Northern Province in early 2013.
Projects address a selection of integrated issues: sustainable agriculture, food and nutrition security, research into and production of improved varieties of seed, rural enterprise development and income generation, and environmental rehabilitation.
Self Help Africa also provides support and capacity building
to local government departments in planning, monitoring,
evaluation and training.
Full Name: Republic of Zambia
Population: 17.6 million (World Bank Data 2018)
Population Growth (Yearly): 3.01%
Area: 581,309 SQ KM (224,080 SQ Miles)
Major Languages: English (Official), Bemba, Tonga, Nyanja, Lozi, Lunda, Kaonde, Luvale
Major Religions: Christianity, Traditional Beliefs
Stories from Zambia
Poultry Producers See Economic Benefits Begin to Hatch26th August 2021
International Award for Zambia Climate Project26th January 2021
Read the Zambia Profile