- 4 Zimbabwe Road, Rhodes Park
Lusaka Development Trust has been set up to assist with the provision of a better environment in which to live and work within Lusaka. We hope to work in partnership with Government Agencies, Lusaka City and district Councils as well as all levels of business and the community.
We are dedicated to creating youth empowerment through skill training and employment. Our proposals will generate increased asset values to property and an ethos of civic pride.
Our Aims is to :
To assist with the building and maintaining of sustainable, economic, vibrant, trained and educated, responsible and healthy communities for all abilities and ages.
To promote environmental, economic, educational and life style improvements.
- To improve life expectancy by promoting healthy and responsible lifestyles. To support and work with Government, Local Councils, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), schools, churches, other charitable organizations and individuals to create a new spirit of civic pride and responsibility.
- To improve employment opportunities and values. Our Objectives
- To create and manage a 25 year Lusaka stakeholder and community participation programme for the City landscape environment.
- To set up a Public Private Partnership (PPP) with the relevant Government Agency, and a Memorandum Of Understandings (MOU) with Lusaka City Council, Chongwe District Council, Kafue District Council and Chibombo District Council.
- To initiate and maintain new leisure, entertainment, sports, tourism, drama, cultural and heritage opportunities. To establish and maintain new opportunities in business and employment, as well as training and education for young people and communities.
- To design a Zambia 2014 environmental and community development project which will become the operational model for all urban and rural areas. To work with and support other Charities, Societies and non-profit organizations in and around Lusaka. Initial Proposed projects Zambia 2014 Project In October 2014 Zambia will be celebrating 50 years of independence.
Where better to celebrate this than in Festival Park? Lusaka Development Trust would like to assist with the celebrations by: Constructing, landscaping and managing Festival Park
Providing landscape improvements along Festival Route (the entire length of Independence Avenue from South-end Roundabout, Cairo Road, past Festival Park, the Supreme Court, Embassy Triangle, State House and to Woodland Roundabout). Enhancement of Police stations David Bland (Jacana Enterprises) has already begun to work with the local police stations to try to improve the grounds outside the buildings.