The Copperbelt Phase 2

Welcome to Malaria Partners Zambia's Copperbelt Phase 2 Project! ​

Our mission is to make a lasting impact on the health and well-being of communities in Mufulira, Kalulushi, and Luanshya, located in the heart of Zambia’s Copperbelt region. Through the dedication and hard work of 1,055 trained Community Health Workers, we are proud to serve and provide essential healthcare services to 527,500 people in these communities.

At the core of our efforts is a commitment to combat malaria, one of the deadliest diseases in the region. By equipping these local champions with the knowledge and tools they need to prevent, diagnose, and treat malaria, we are significantly reducing the burden of this disease and saving lives.

Key Achievements:

Empowered Community Health Workers: Our project has successfully trained 1,055 Community Health Workers, turning them into valuable resources in the fight against malaria and other health challenges.

Expanded Access to Healthcare: With a dedicated team of Community Health Workers, we have been able to extend healthcare services to 527,500 residents, ensuring that quality medical care is accessible to those who need it most.
Impact on Malaria: Through education, prevention, and timely treatment, we are actively reducing the incidence of malaria in the Copperbelt region, contributing to improved overall health and well-being.

Our work is driven by the belief that every life is valuable, and every preventable illness is one too many. With your support and partnership, we can continue to expand our reach, strengthen healthcare systems, and bring hope to communities in the Copperbelt region.

Join us in our mission to create a healthier, malaria-free future for the people of Mufulira, Kalulushi, and Luanshya. Together, we can make a difference that lasts a lifetime. Thank you for being a part of our journey.

Schedule a Presentation

Our team presents on a wide range of topics to Rotary clubs and District and Zone Conferences. We address the basics of malaria, the details of our grants work, and the fight against malaria in the shadow of COVID-19.