For the past 30 years DAPP Zambia has actively been involved in long-term development projects, working in various thematic areas of Education, Integrated Community Development, Agriculture and Climate Change, Health and fight against HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Fundraising Business and Humanitarian Actions.


News from the projects

SARAI records an increased uptake of family planning from 36% to 52%

The Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiative (SARAI) was successfully completed with unprecedented results…

DAPP and Ministry of Community Development donate to families on IDF

DAPP Zambia in partnership with the Ministry of Community Development and Social Services has donated an assortment of…
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Savings Group raises Mary’s financial independence

Mary Simwemba, 42, lives in Muzoka, Pemba District and has assets valued at not less than K300,000. She owns 68 goats, five…

Successful completion of SARAI Family planning project

The successful completion of the Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiatives (SARAI) Project, from January 2015 to…

DAPP and MoH use TCE to control HIV pandemic

DAPP Zambia has partnered with the Ministry of Health Lusaka, Southern, Western and Eastern Province Health Offices to…

Thematic Areas

Human Rights

Our Human Rights projects give skills and knowledge to offenders and strengthen the reintegration response in Correctional Facilities and Juvenile Centres to prevent ex-offenders from reoffending after release, so as to give them a better restart of their lives.                  ..... Read More: Human Rights

Integrated Community Development

  Through capacity building of individuals, families and community structures, our Child Aid community development related projects reach over 80,000 families through our Child Aid programme that addresses the needs of communities  to reduce poverty.                    ..... Read More:Integrated...

Health and fight against HIV/AIDS

    Through our health programmes people are empowered to take control of their own health. They also make informed decisions to reduce their vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and become aware of how to prevent transmission of the disease and how to make better health choices.          ..... Read More:Health and...

Agriculture and Climate Change

  Our Farmers’ Clubs model in which farmers are mobilised to engage in farming as a business, contributes to improved agricultural productivity and climate resilience in complimenting government efforts to combat poverty and reduce food insecurity and hunger.           ..... Read More:Agriculture...


Our contribution to improved education in Zambia is through a successful running of a teacher training college, a primary school, supporting community preschools and keeping vulnerable children in schools through a school fees waiving programme.                          ..... Read More: Education

Fundraising Business

Apart from serving customers with quality merchandise at affordable prices, our 35 Second Hand Clothes and Shoes retail Shops also created employment and reduced global warming, supporting over 100 development projects from its surplus funds..... Read More:Fundraising...

DAPP under COVID 19

ZAMFAM sensitizes 70,000 Families on COVID-19 Prevention

The Zambia Family South Central (ZAMFAM SC) Project has sensitized over 70,000 families on the measures of combating the corona virus in their communities in Southern and Central Provinces of Zambia.

UN highlights DAPP’s response to COVID 19 on the needs of inmates and street children

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) for Southern and Eastern Africa has highlighted DAPP Zambia’s response to COVID 19 on the needs of inmates in Correctional Facilities and those of Street Children.

COVID-19 Outreach School Programme keeps Children up-to-date

DAPP Children’s Town , Outreach Learning Programme during the closure of schools due to COVID-19, has kept none examination class pupils current with their education syllabus.

Films from the projects

Contact Us

DAPP Zambia

Head Office

12 Luneta Road, Northrise, Ndola

Tel: +260 975 251 222


Partnership Office

13 Antelope Close, Kabulonga, Lusaka

Tel: +260 972 268 454; +260 955 628 498


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