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Dernier(s) document(s) :

Projet Mopani (Zambie) : l’Europe au cœur d’un scandale minier - Un rapport des Amis de la Terre - 10 December 2010 (PDF - 4.4 Mb)
Undermining Development: Copper mining in Zambia - By SCIAF, Christian Aid and ACTSA, with the support of Zambian civil society - 29 October 2007 (PDF - 1.6 Mb)
The Immoral Tactics of Vulture Funds: The Case of Zambia - By Jubilee Zambia - 14 May 2007 (PDF - 75.3 kb)
For whom the windfalls? Winners & losers in the privatisation of Zambia’s copper mines - by Civil Society Trade Network of Zambia - 8 March 2007 (PDF - 1.8 Mb)
Consolidated Civil Society Response And Input To The GRZ Draft Fifth National Development Plan - By Civil Society for Poverty Reduction - 1 July 2006 (PDF - 103 kb)
Zambia: Condemned to debt - How the IMF and World Bank have undermined development. A Report by World Development Movement - April 2004 - April 2004 (PDF - 199.6 kb)

Statement on Zambia’s 2006 Tripartite Elections

1 October 2006
Civil Society for Poverty Reduction - Zambia (CSPR) - http://www.cspr.org.zm/


As an antipoverty advocacy Network of over 130 civil society organisations from different parts of the country, whose vision is ‘A Zambia in which all its citizens enjoy all basic needs’, we urge the electorate and those desiring to be elected, to keep in mind the following 6 critical issues as we vote in a new Government.

1. All Zambians must ensure that their decisions are driven by the need to have uncompromised people driven and centred development in Zambia.

2. People centred development requires that any party that forms the next government should not politicise but expedite the implementation process of decentralization policy and the decentralisation implementation plan.

3. Voters should pay particular attention to the position of Councillors and Members of Parliament, as these will be handling the responsibilities of local development for the next five years. Inappropriate leaders could fail to yield the intended goals of decentralization and development at the lower levels.

4. The next government should continue to appreciate the critical role of civil society in pro-poor development and to this effect recognise the efforts made and input of non state actors in the formulation of a long term plan, the Fifth National Development Plan (FNDP) for Zambia which is a viable vehicle for the attainment of the Millennium Development Goals. This should not be thrown out, but strengthened and implemented for the benefit of the population and the millions of people that live in unacceptable conditions.

5. Zambians have, over the years, gained a positive reputation in fiscal discipline. Continuity in this regard is essential, especially the prudent utilisation of public resources.

6. We call on the next Government to ensure the institutionalization of civil society participation in pro-poor policy processes.

Theresa Chewe, Vice Chairperson - CSPR Board of Directors





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