Zambian Breweries’ in Ndola Mapalo community has Partnered with the German Development Fund Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) to Fund the recently completed Itawa Water Spring Protection Project.
Almost 4 Million Kwacha has been spent since the Project was launched in November 2015.
Under the Project Habitat for Humanity Zambia (HFHZ) has built 28 houses for the affected Families in Mapalo community, who have been Resettled from the edge of the spring, Where Growing Population Numbers Started to Cause Problems by Encroaching on the Land Hosting the Water Springs.
The Itawa Springs is an important tributary to the Kafubu River, which accounts for between 50 and 60 Percent of the Water Supply for both Domestic and Industrial use for the Cities of Ndola, Luanshya and Masaiti.
The Medium-Cost Houses have been Constructed According to the Modern Standards and as Prescribed by the Ndola City Council.
The Two-Bedroomed Houses have a Kitchen and Living Room with Provisions for Water and Sanitation Facilities.
Zambian Breweries Corporate Affairs Director Ezekiel Sekele said the Final Phase, which include Plastering, Painting and Installation of the Basic needs like Toilets, is Under Way and will be Completed by October this Year.
JUNE 26, 2017