|Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection conducts “Household Access to Economic, Social and Cultural rights” survey in Kasama, Kabwe and Livingstone||| Print ||
|Tuesday, 27 November 2012|
Kasama, November 2012 – United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) entered into a new partnership this year, with Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR). JCTR is a research, education and advocacy team that promotes study and action on issues linking Christian Faith and social justice in Zambia and Malawi. One of UNDP’s core components of this year’s support to JCTR is “Household Access to Economic, Social and Cultural Rights” survey in three selected urban areas of Zambia – Kasama, Kabwe and Livingstone.