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    • 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, ...
    • 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 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 ...
    • ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS: A CHALLENGE FOR TRADE JUSTICE 

      Sitali, Muyatwa (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2007)
      In the last three years, the Debt and Trade Project (now Debt Aid and Trade Programme, DAT) of the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) invested in understanding the trade challenges faced by Zambia and other ...
    • Corruption in Zambia: Is it Inevitable? Can We Stop it? 

      Henriot, Peter J (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2007-04-19)
      So what new can possibly be said about this topic of corruption in Zambia? Haven’t we already heard more than enough about the topic? And really, what difference does yet another paper make on the presence of corruption ...
    • Debt resource monitoring manual 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2008)
      The achievements made so far in the campaign for debt cancellation need to be complemented by prudent management and utilisation of debt resources in the post HIPC era. In order to facilitate transparency and accountability ...
    • OF WHOSE BENEFIT IS GLOBALISATION? EXAMINING THE RELEVANCE OF THE G20 TO ZAMBIA 

      Haang’andu, Privilege (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2009)
      The G20, unlike other forms of international cooperations like the United Nations, is an informal forum that promotes discussion between industrialised and emerging-market countries on key issues related to global economic ...
    • Report on School Food Production and Income Generation in Rural Schools in Zambia 

      Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2009)
      This report summarises the outputs of the data collection and analysis undertaken during the period 19th October – 12 November 2008. This exercise was to inform the school feeding study contracted out by the Jesuit Centre ...
    • Domestic resource mobilisation for sustainable development 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2009)
      There is an old saying that ‘nothing is certain in life but death and taxes’. Meaning you can’t avoid either of the two. Tax however can be made less intimidating than the above quote seems to suggest. Government needs ...
    • Taking Hold of Our Future Through the African Peer Review Mechanism 

      Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2009-03)
      The obvious purpose of this Working Paper is to assist all stakeholders (e.g., government, civil society, and private sector) in Zambia to own an informed and effective place in the APRM process that will mean an improved ...
    • Debt Resource Monitoring Report 

      Mwansa, Sydney (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2010-11)
      Good road infrastructure is cardinal in the promotion of viable economic activities. This is even more so for the agriculture sector which relies on the road network for transportation of agricultural inputs such as seed ...
    • Debt Resource Monitoring Report (DRM) 

      Mwansa, Sydney (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2010-11)
      The poor water supply and sanitation situation in the Central Province resulted the Zambian government to acquire a loan and grant amounting to US$33 million from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to embark on a US$36.9 ...
    • RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Best Practices 

      Chongo, Geoffrey; Mwansa, Sydney; Mulenga, Chanda (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2011)
      Every government needs to mobilize financial resources to finance its development programme. The need to mobilize sufficient financial resources is even more urgent for developing countries like Zambia, as they have more ...
    • Does aid transparency make for more effective aid? A case study of Lusaka Province 

      Pollen, Gabriel; Seshamani, Venkatesh (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2011)
      The movement for increasing aid transparency has gained significant momentum in recent years. The purpose of this study is to analyze the link between aid transparency and aid effectiveness. Several studies do not corroborate ...
    • THE TAXATION SYSTEM IN ZAMBIA 

      Mwila, Messrs Alfred; Manley, David; Chileshe, Patrick; Phiri, Ezekiel; Mpembamoto, Kelvin (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2011-01)
      Zambia is facing tax performance challenges that need to be addressed urgently. The declining tax performance in the recent past has been caused by the proliferation of tax incentives in Zambia. The premise of this study ...
    • Study to Identify Challenges and Potential Success Factors Regarding Public Finance Management in Zambia 

      Chileshe, Christian; Njobvu, Elesani D; Nsana, Stuart (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2011-12)
      This study was commissioned by the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) to explore ways of promoting effective and efficient public resource management and service delivery through transparency, social accountability ...
    • Zambia’s Public Debt Status post HIPC and MDR Initiatives 

      Chongo, Geoffrey (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2012)
      The Public Debt reforms that the Zambian Government embarked on in 2004 aimed at strengthening debt management capacities of various Government institutions engaged in debt management should be accelerated. Currently, the ...
    • Wastage of Public Resources Should Never Be Allowed to Continue 

      Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, 2012-02-01)
      Fighting poverty and ensuring that every Zambian has access to basic needs such as food, health care, safe shelter, safe and clean water, basic sanitation, education and livelihood can never be achieved without prudence, ...
    • WASTAGE OF PUBLIC RESOURCES SHOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED TO CONTINUE 

      JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION (JESUIT CENTRE FOR THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION, 2012-02-01)
      In a poor country like Zambia where poverty levels are as high as 63% and the incidence of rural poverty as high as 78%, every ngwee counts and should therefore be collected and spent for the intended purpose and beneficiaries. ...