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The Kabangwe Creative Initiative Association is a non-profit community based organisation which is located in Lusaka Zambia. The organization was established in June 2004 and registered in December the same year under the registrar of societies. It was later re-registered under the NGO Act in May 2014 to help improve the quality of life of Youths and Women.
The organization has been working closely with Lusaka District Health Office (LDHO) and Chibombo District Health Office (CDHO) for implementation of its activities. It is also an active member of the Lusaka District HIV/AIDS committee as well as Lusaka District adolescent technical working group.
KCIA uses a three-pronged approach to implement its activities by engaging Health workers at facility level, Community leaders / parents and adolescents and young people through various activities. These activities include meetings with community leaders (Religious, School, Traditional, Civic) leaders, Health worker meetings and Focus group discussions for adolescents & young people on SRH-HIV.
On the other hand, Kabangwe Creative Initiative Association has together with the community outlined programs for youths and women that are aimed at building Business Development Activities and linking them to economic empowerment programs. This is coupled with linking them to information and markets for various products.

The organization has a 10-member board headed by a chairperson and supported by the vice, Treasurer, trustees and the secretary who is the Executive Director. The board is in charge of formulating policies, resource mobilization and providing general oversight to the organization.

Currently, KCIA has five full time staff and one part time staff. The tram includes executive Director, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer, Finance Officer, IT and Program Officer. The data entry is a part time staff
The four thematic areas include: Reduction of HIV burden, Increased House hold income, improved social conditions and strengthened organizational capacity and sustainability.

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