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    • THE THREAT OF OVERPOPULATION IN ZAMBIA A CRITIQUE 

      Kelly, Michael J (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 1994)
      A visitor from another planet, flying from London to Lusaka, would see very little from the air to suggest that the world experienced any problem of overpopulation. True, when leaving London he would see a city of 6,75 million ...
    • ZAMBIA: A CASE STUDY OF ECONOMIC REFORM AND THE IMPACT ON THE POOR 

      Henriot, Peter J (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 1996-01-02)
      Zambia is a '‘classic case" of a poor African country struggling with the problems of political and economic transitions. In 1991, it moved out of 27 years of one-party/one-man rule by the leader of its independence fight, ...
    • Zambia Against Apartheid A Case on Apartheid- Caused Debt 

      Banda, Gabriel C (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2000)
      Zambia's role in the struggle against racism and Apartheid was a moral one which was part of a universal struggle by humanity. Zambia sought peace, justice, and the harmony of humanity. The peace sought is a peace which ...
    • COST OF LIVING OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS: THE CASE OF LUSAKA PROVINCE 

      Nakamba, Mambwe P (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2000-06)
      The main findings of the study are that incomes earned by teachers in government school were significantly lower than those earned by their colleagues in private schools. However, incomes for teachers in private schools ...
    • An Assessment Of the Problems / Obstacles faced by Informal Cross Border Traders in Zambia: The Case for Chipata and Livingstone towns. 

      Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2002)
      This study assesses the problems / obstacles faced by informal cross border traders in Zambia, using Chipata and Livingstone towns as case studies. The; study ’was done with the understanding that Zambia is part of the ...
    • An Assessment Of the Problems / Obstacles faced by Informal Cross Border Traders in Zambia: The Case for Chipata and Livingstone towns. 

      Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2002)
      Informal cross border trade (ICBT) is a phenomenon that has been in existence for some time now. A number of reasons have been cited to explain the emergence of informal cross border trade and. what seems to be common in ...
    • Report on the Jubilee Zambia Debt Campaign Opinion poll 

      Jubilee Zambia (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2002)
      The World Bank and the IMF launched the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) initiative of debt reduction in 1997 in an attempt to address the debt problems of severely indebted low-income countries. As of January 2002, ...
    • SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, HEALTH STATUS AND HEALTH EQUITY: A CASE STUDY OF ZAMBIAN HOUSEHOLDS IN SELECTED AREAS 

      Mwikisa, Chris N; Venkatesh, Seshamani (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2003-03)
      Zambia has for long been experiencing high levels of poverty and inequality. This has been manifest in a number of ways, health poverty and inequality being one of them. The causes of the worsening poverty in Zambia have ...
    • IS THERE HEALTH EQUITY IN ZAMBIA? A CASE STUDY 

      Mwikisa, Chris N; Seshamani, Venkatesh (UNIVERSITY OF ZAMBIA, 2003-03)
      Zambia has for a long time been experiencing high levels of poverty and inequality. This has been manifested in a number of ways, health poverty and inequality being one of them. The cause of worsening poverty in Zambia ...
    • FINAL REPORT OF THE EVALUATION OF THE DEBT PROJECT (OCTOBER 1998-DECEMBER 2001) 

      Mutesa, Fredrick (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2003-03-04)
      The CCJP/JCTR debt project was established in 1998 with the purpose of securing an ethical outcome to Zambia’s external debt problem, viewed as a burden on the people by the project holders. The main purpose of the evaluation ...
    • ZAMBIA’S EXPERIENCE WITH HIPC 

      Zulu, Jack J (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2004)
      The HIPC Initiative was first launched in 1996 by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, with the aim of ensuring that no poor country faces a debt burden it cannot manage. The Initiative entails coordinated ...
    • ZAMBIA’S TRADE SITUATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR DEBT AND POVERTY REDUCTION 

      Mudenda, Dale (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2005)
      The problem of unsustainable external debts continues to be a major source of concern among the civil society, cooperating partners, government and indeed other stakeholders. With Zambia’s qualification to the Heavily ...
    • HUMAN-NEEDS BASED DEBT SUSTAINABILITY ANALYSIS: A CHALLENGE FOR ZAMBIA 

      Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2005-06)
      In this report. Jubilee Zambia presents a proposal of a set of guides on the development of a human- needs based Debt Sustainability Analysis Framework (DSA.). This proposal is formulated with a view to stimulate dialogue ...
    • JCTR CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR MARKET POLICY 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2005-11-29)
      The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) wishes to extend a strong encouragement to all stakeholders, especially government, to begin immediately implementing the National Employment and Labour Market ...
    • ZAMBIA AFTER THE HIPC ‘SURGERY’ AND THE COMPLETION POINT 

      Zulu, Jacks J (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2006)
      “We reached the heavily indebted poor countries (HIPC) Completion Point in April 2005 and so what?” asked a workshop participant in one of the Jubilee-Zambia Provincial Workshops. Indeed many other Zambians are asking ...
    • The JCTR Basic Needs Basket - A tool for action by households 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2006)
      The Basic Needs Basket (BNB) is an accurate monthly survey that shows the bare minimum cost of living for a family of six - the basic cost of essential food and non-food items needed by an average sized family to live with ...
    • THE JCTR Basic Needs Basket - A tool for action by NGOs 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2006)
      The Basic Needs Basket (BNB) is an accurate monthly survey that shows the bare minimum cost of living for a family of six - the basic cost of essential food and non-food items needed by an average sized family to live ...
    • The JCTR Basic Needs Basket - A tool for action by government 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2006)
      The Basic Needs Basket (BNB) is an accurate monthly survey that shows the bare minimum cost of living for a family of six - the basic cost of essential food and non-food items needed by an average sized family to live with ...
    • The JCTR Basic Needs Basket - A tool for action by trade unions 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2006)
      The Basic Needs Basket (BNB) is an accurate monthly survey that shows the bare minimum cost of living for a family of six - the basic cost of essential food and non-food items needed by an average sized family to live with ...
    • THE JCTR Basic Needs Basket-A tool for action by Church Groups 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (2006)
      The Basic Needs Basket (BNB) is an accurate monthly survey that shows the bare minimum cost of living for a family of six - the basic cost of essential food and non-food items needed by an average sized family to live with ...