Kabwe Municipal Council COE

Date: September 20, 2017
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Fact file
Country  Zambia
Province/Region  Central Province
Baseline score  62
Post 2015 score  71
Population  202,360
Number of women councillors  4
Number of men councillors  24
Joined the COE programme  2011
Anchored Entrepreneurship Programme  No
Summit  2015

Kabwe is the capital of the Zambian Central Province with a population estimated at 202,914 at the 2010 census. Named Broken Hill until 1966, it was founded when lead and zinc deposits were discovered in 1902. Kabwe also has a claim to being the birthplace of Zambian politics as it was an important political centre during the colonial period. It is an important transportation and mining centre.

Click here to read Kabwe Council’s 2016 Gender Protocol @ Work Summit entry.

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Empowering women, ending violence in Zambia
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Click here to view Kabwe Municipal Council SRHR  Action Plan
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Download : KabweCouncil Gender action Plan Report.
Download : Kabwe Council Village Level workshop Report.
Download : Kabwe Council Gender and Government scorecard.
Download : Kabwe Municipal Council Situation Analysis.
Download : Kabwe Municipal Council Institutional Profile

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