The Monitoring and Evaluation Department conducted a routine field Monitoring visit to Chililabombwe District from 16th to 20th September 2020 in the four communities were the project is being implement Namely Chimfushi, Lubansa, Kawama and Fitobalula of the Copperbelt Province under the MF6 fund project.
The MF6 Fund project is currently being implemented in the five districts namely Masiti, Mpongwe, Kitwe, Chingola and Chililabombwe by the Catholic Diocese of Ndola on the Copperbelt province funded by DFID-UK and sub-granted by Catholic for Oversees Development (CAFOD). In a quest to supplement government efforts, the Catholic Diocese does not work in isolation. It does it works in collaboration with the Government line Ministries.
The project also includes the Livelihood component bring in a concept of Savings Initiative Lead Communities Officers who help with beneficiaries in economic strengthening programs
The purpose of the field trip was to check on the progress being made by MF6 project which is aimed at Building Community resilience to climatic shocks, through improving food security, caring practices for vulnerable groups, sanitation and hygiene practices to enhance the nutritional status of rural communities in Zambia. Below are the highlights
Solar Piped water Tank installed in Lubansa community
Monica (not real Names) thanked the Diocese and its partners for bring clean water near to them, before they would walk long distances to access water.
The officers having a feel of the water coming from the installed solar piped water boreholes
Children excited to access Clean water for drinking
One of the beneficiaries of the Pit latrine toilet with the team that visited his home to check on the progress.
One of the beneficiaries of the inputs (Cabbages) given to her by Catholic Diocese of Ndola in Lubansa
Chimfushi community during Focus Group Discussion with Caregivers
Chicken raring for women Association in Kawama community given to them By Catholic Diocese of Ndola.
Conducting Field visits in Chimfushi with community caregivers