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Door To Door Community Sensitization

Changing minds and touching live through community mass sensitization in our district. Behaviour change is not an overnight process but rather a day to day process which involves collective responsibility. As ZRCS we take this responsibility together with the community


It is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or angry during covid-19 pandemic. But Coping with it, is another thing. Talking to people you trust, contacting your friends and family can be one source of help. With this view,

Mask Up

How wearing a masks stops the spread of COVID-19 COVID-19 is transmited by droplets that spread when we talk, sneeze or cough. These droplets end up on nearby surfaces or on people Masks create a phyical barrier that catches these droplets Preventing droplets from

Restoring family links

Pre-amble: On the 23rd of February 2019, 6 Young people, Julliet Ngoyi aged 16yrs, Joseph Kombe aged 16yrs. Yobu Kisimba, aged 17yrs, Kamuna Mpundu, aged 14years and Mwashile Jaimile aged 9yrs bid farewell to Manatapala Refugee Camp in Nchelenge Zambia. These Children