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Fay Designs is a professional design label established in 2003 by local designer Faith Mulenga Kabende. Faith created the label out of her passion for fashion, and she is the label's sole designer. This is a unique Zambian design label specialising in both Afrocentric and Western tailor-made clothing with a team of qualified tailors that help to bring Faith's creative designs to life. Fay Designs supplies clothing to stores in South Africa and has clients from all over Zambia as well as the USA, UK, Switzerland and Germany. Apart from the fashion house, she has also opened a school where she teaches various fashion skills.
Founded in 1988, Chengelo is a highly reputable co-educational Christian boarding school. It prepares primary, secondary and sixth form students for the University of Cambridge International GCSE and A-Level exams. The campus has exceptional sporting facilities and an outdoor centre called Ndubaluba, where experiential learning teaches key life lessons through exciting outdoor activities. With a strong focus on discipline in a loving and caring environment, the school also runs extra curricular activities, the Duke of Edinburgh Award and leadership training.
A Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ NGO) initiative established in 2017 to drive organisational sustainability. Venyou Zambia facilities offer excellent services which include corporate conference and social packages such as weddings to the general public. Their auditorium has a maximum seating capacity of 450 persons (subject to preferred layout). In addition to venue hire, VenYou offers specialised health training (short courses), health promotion, motor vehicle hire and warehousing services. This company also supplies and installs a wide selection of solar equipment and related accessories.
A non-profit organisation that has been actively engaging the general public, the private sector, organisations, policy makers and local government in sustainable zero waste strategies and climate solutions, urgently addressing the challenges that waste management systems in Africa face. Since its establishment, The Centre for Zero Waste and Development in Africa (CZWDA) has so far trained more than 1000 teachers, local governments, parliamentarians and community leaders in zero waste solutions and climate change. The organisation has further engaged about 120,000 pupils and students to be active environmental agents in their communities. Their CEO, Mr. Billy Lombe is a Member and on the African board for 'Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives' and 'Break free from plastic'. He is also a member of IPEN.