"The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage in central Zambia is a non-profit refuge that cares for a wide variety of sick, wounded or unwanted animals -- but the primary residents are over 100 orphaned chimpanzees."
"Sensitive to communities - owners Debbie Peake and Steve Smith believe the future of our wildlife and safari industry is dependant on attitudes of local communities – if there is no direct benefit accruing to local people from wildlife, there is no reason for them to tolerate or maintain it."
"The ACF was established in June 1998 following the Mid-Term Review of the Agricultural Sector Investment Programme (ASIP)... It promotes in a non-partisan manner, evidence based private-public sector dialogue, consultation and participation in the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of agricultural sector policies and programmes."
"The Kasanka Trust is a Charity working to conserve and develop Kasanka National Park in the Northern Region of Zambia. ... The Trust operates 2 Lodges and 2 campsites in Kasanka as well as
Shoebill Island Camp in the adjacent Bangweulu Wetlands."
"The South Luangwa Conservation Society is a non-profit community based organisation. We are committed to the conservation of the local wildlife and natural resources of the National Park and surrounding Game Management Areas."
Water Supply and Sanitation Council (NWASCO), established by an Act of Parliament of 1997, issues operating
licences to all water supply and sanitation service providers in Zambia. Alongside the licence, guidelines
giving certain minimum requirements of service are issued. NWASCO approves requests for tariff adjustment
(taking into consideration the social needs of the poor) from providers based on Minimum Service Level Guarantees."
The Copperbelt University was established as a Public University by Act of
Parliament No. 19 on 1st December 1987. Before then, it was one of the three
constituent institutions of the then University of Zambia Federal system which
comprised of the University of Zambia at Lusaka, the University of Zambia at
Ndola and the University of Zambia at Solowezi. In 1987 the Government
reconstituted the University of Zambia at Ndola into the Copperbelt University
while the University of Zambia at Lusaka became The University of Zambia.
The intended University of Zambia at Solowezi never came into being.