Notice of 2013 General Meeting

header-sscn1.pngThe SSCN Zambia 2013 General Meeting will be held in Lusaka on Friday 12th April 2013 at 10: 00  – 12:00.



1. Welcome Remarks

2. Presentation of 2012 Report

3. Admission of New Members

4. SSCN Projects  2013

5. A.O.B and Closing

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17 SSCN Zambia Orgs in Sport Management Training

[01.11.12, Lusaka] The Sport for Social Change Network (SSCN) Zambia Chapter is hosting a Sport Event Management Training Workshop at the Cresta Golfview Hotel in Lusaka. The workshop has brought together 22 sport for development practitioners from 17 organisations in Zambia.

The training conducted by Ms. Donsie Wessel and Ms. Laubscher of Altus Sport in South Africa is provided as part of the capacity development support that the SSCN Network delivers to its members.

Capacity development in event management is critical to the work that sport for social change organisations do as events are at the core of their delivery strategies. Events are a powerful platform to engage participants, to engage partners and funders as well as the media.’ Lombe Mwambwa-  SSCN Southern Africa Board Chairperson

The training program is developed and supported through the Sport for Social Change Network- Southern Africa (SSCN) by the GIZ project, Youth Development through Football (YDF).

Chair of the Zambian Chapter of the SSCN Ms. Mara Michelo highlighted the importance of this training saying ‘the sport for social change organisations in Zambia are key to the development and functioning of community sport in Zambia. They are also involved with national sport events, therefore skills development in this areas helps Zambia to be ready to host events of varying magnitude including the Zone VI Games in December and other sports events in future.’

One of the participants Mr. Listen Tembo from Mulalika Sports Club in Chongwe said ‘the workshop is useful to developing management skills and will help improve the sports programs we are running.

The regional Sport for Social Change Network, is a network of 42 organisations in Southern Africa that deliver sport based development objectives. The Network has members in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Lesotho, Swaziland, South Africa, Botswana and Namibia.

The Zambian Chapter has twenty members, is overseen by a steering committee and the secretariat is hosted at NOWSPAR.

The Sport for Social Change Network is supported through a Public Private partnership with GIZ Youth Development through Football and Nike S.A.

Notice of SSCN Zambia General Meeting

SSCN Zambia Members’ Meeting

Thursday, 27th September 2012, 10:00 – 12:30
Venue: Curriculum Development Centre, Long Acres Lusaka



1. Welcome Remarks  Lombe Mwambwa   SSCN – SA Board Chairperson

2. SSCN Vision, Mission and Structure

3. Overview of SSCN SA and SSCN Zambia

4. SSCN Projects  2012 – 2013

Presentation of Nike S.A  ‘Access to Sport’ Strategy Nokuthula Zwane – Nike SA SSCN-SA  Board Member

5. Formation of SSCN Zambia Steering Committee
(Election of Chair and Committee Members)

6. A.O.B and Closing-  New SSCN Zambia Chair

World Water Day: Sport Plays its Part

Sport for Social Change Organisations BreakthroughChiparamba Academy and EduSport Foundation are taking the lead in mobilising the sport community to address awareness on water and sanitation in line with the MDGs.

In commemoration of World Water Day, Breakthrough and Edusport  hosted a community sport festival ‘Zambia-germany-Japan World Water Day friendship tournament’ to raise awareness and to advocate for development of infrastructure and systems to enhance supply and management of water in disadvantaged communities.

Over the last few years, the two organisations in partnership with Youth Development through Football (YDF) under German International Cooperation (GIZ)  have been implementing a community awareness program on water and sanitation using sport and play.

The tournament was held at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka and was graced by the Deputy Minister of Sport who was pleased that sport in Zambia was being developed to do more than provide recreation but also to address social and economic issues.

The MDG on Water and Sanitation targets to reduce by half the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation.

Read the World Health Organisation report on Meeting this MDG:

Read more about the UN World Water Day: