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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Contents
1

INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5

BACKGROUND ............................................................................................................................. 1
OVERALL OBJECTIVE .................................................................................................................. 2
ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION ................................................................................................. 2
STUDY APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY .................................................................................... 3
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT TEAM........................................................................... 3

PROJECT DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................... 4


DEVELOPER CONTACT DETAILS ............................................................................................................ 5
PROJECT LOCATION .............................................................................................................................. 5

BASELINE CONDITION OF THE PROJECT ENVIRONMENT ......................................... 6


3.1 GEOPHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT .................................................................................................... 6
3.1.1
Location ............................................................................................................................ 6
3.1.2
Climate ............................................................................................................................. 7
3.1.3
Vegetation ......................................................................................................................... 7
3.2 SOCIO-ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................................... 9
3.2.1
Population ........................................................................................................................ 9
3.2.2
Economic Activities .......................................................................................................... 9
3.3 SETTLEMENTS AROUND THE HOUSING PROJECT SITE .................................................................. 9
3.4 ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL SITES ................................................................................. 10

PUBLIC MEETINGS/ CONSULTATIONS ............................................................................ 11


4.1
4.2
4.3

APPROACH AND METHODOLOGY .............................................................................................. 11


KEY PRESENTATIONS, QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS FROM THE CONSULTATIVE MEETING ........ 11
COMMUNITY CONCERNS ........................................................................................................... 11

POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS....................................................................... 12

PROPOSED TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR EIA ................................................................ 13


6.1 SCOPE OF EIA ........................................................................................................................... 13
6.1.1
Policy, Legal and Institutional Frameworks .................................................................. 13
6.1.2
Description of Project Activities ..................................................................................... 13
6.1.3
Baseline Environmental Information .............................................................................. 13
6.1.4
Potential Environmental Impacts ................................................................................... 14
6.1.5
Mitigating Measures ....................................................................................................... 15
6.1.6
Environmental Management and Monitoring Plan ........................................................ 16

REPORT FORMAT ................................................................................................................... 17

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INTRODUCTION
This document is the First Scope of Analysis (Final Scope) for the proposed
Choma Housing Projects Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). This First
Scope has been prepared to describe the proposed project, present the proposed
framework for the EIS analysis, and discuss the procedures to be followed in the
preparation of the DEIS. This EIS will be prepared pursuant to the
Environmental Management Act No. 12 of 2011 and its implementing
regulations.

Oral submissions were received during the public hearing held by Greenfields
Consult on 24th May 2013 at Choma Civic Centre. The majority of the
comments relevant to the Scope focused on (1) the proposed projects effects on
direct and indirect displacement of businesses and residents; (2) compatibility
and connectivity of the proposed project to its surrounding neighbourhoods; and
(3) construction-related impacts.

1.1

Background
Choma District is strategically located in the heart or centre of Southern
Province and plays an important role in the economy of Southern Province.

Choma Town was recently re-established as the administrative capital of


Southern Province. This development has exacerbated the already existing
housing deficit being face in Choma, with many of the existing housing units in
deplorable condition and overcrowded. Choma municipality has tried to provide
some plots in an effort to cushion the towns housing problem, however, in
recent months, Choma town has experienced a fast growing urban population.
This has left Choma with housing shortage more serious than in the major towns
across Southern Province.

In order to help alleviate the housing shortage, Baptist Mid Mission (BMM) has
come up with a housing project which is purely a private sector driven initiative
to compliment the efforts of the Choma municipality.

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1.2

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Overall objective
The principal objective of this report is to undertake an environmental impact
assessment starting with a Scoping Report and Terms of Reference for the
Choma Housing Project in Choma District of the Southern Province.

1.3 Specific Objective


The specific objectives are to provide a set of housing development
environmental impact analysis scenarios for the Choma housing which can be
used for the short term, medium term and long term decisions regarding
environmental management.
1.3

Environmental Legislation
This Scoping Report is prepared in accordance with the legal framework on
Environmental Management enshrined in the Environmental Protection and
Pollution Control Act, Cap 204 of the Laws of Zambia and its subsidiary
legislation, the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations S.I. No. 28 of
1997. Section 3 (1) of the EIA Regulations states that, a developer shall not
implement a project for which a project brief or environmental impact
statement is required under these Regulations, unless the project brief or the
environmental impact statement has been concluded in accordance with these
regulations and the Environmental Council of Zambia has issued a decision
letter.

The proposed project is outlined in the Environmental Impact Assessment


Regulations S.I. No. 28 of 1997, Second Schedule (Regulations (7)(2)) Section
1(a) under the heading: Designing of new townships which are more than 5Ha
or more or sites covering 700 dwellings and above shall require an
Environmental Impact Assessment.

The scoping exercise was conducted in line with the provisions of these EIA
Regulations.

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1.4

Study Approach and Methodology


The method adopted during the scoping process involved consultative
meetings and discussions with relevant government institutions at district
level, local communities, representatives from NGOs and resident
development committee. The process also included initial environmental
survey of the project site.

Responses from the consultations and discussions provided the relevant


background information and helped identify major environmental concerns of
the communities in the project area for this Scoping report.
1.5

Environmental Impact Assessment Team


The Environmental Impact Assessment is co-ordinated by:

No

Name

Position

Role

1.

Pearson Kasapo

Environmental Scientists

EIA Team Leader/

/Urban Planning Expert

EIA Co-ordinator

Socioeconomic/Sustainable

Ass.

Development Specialist

ordinator

2.

Lewis. Tumbama

EIA

3.

Jones Mulomba

Natural Resources Specialist

Team Member

4.

Peter Mwale

Environmental Engineer

Team Member

5.

Isaac Fwemba

Agro-Forester/Meeting

Team Member

facilitator
6.

Mainza Sibajene

Environmentalist

CVs of the EIA team are attached in the Annex.

Team Member

Co-

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Background
Baptist Mid Mission (BMM) has acquired Farm 79A in Choma District, which is
located adjacent to Riverside residential area. The farm, measuring about 714
Hectares, is located about 2 km from the Choma Central Business District. BMM
intends to develop the farm into a prime urban residential housing complex and other
related facilities. The land when fully developed is expected to host a prime urban
residential housing estate, residential smallholdings, shopping complexes, and other
social amenities.

The development of Choma Housing Estate will involve the construction of about
3000 houses and social amenities on an area of about 714 Hectares. The table below
gives a detailed description of the project and proposed landuse:

QUANTITY

SIZES (m2)

High-cost residential

1,771

1,575

TOTAL AREA
(m2)
2,789,325

Medium cost residential

1,186

875

1,037,750

Secondary schools

28,000

56,000

Primary schools

24,000

96,000

Nursery schools

18,000

90,000

Churches

1,575

12,600

Shopping malls

56,000

280,000

Factories

18,750

75,000

Office space

10

2,500

25,000

10

Open space

10,000

80,000

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

TOTAL

3,003

4,541,675

Choma Housing Project is a private sector-driven housing development that is seeking


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re-established as the provincial capital of Southern Province. The project is private


sector driven from inception to implementation. The project developer proposes to
have a strong control on the quality and pace of development so as to maintain high
standards of housing.

Developer Contact details


The Developer of this project is Baptist Mid Mission in Zambia.

The contact details for the developer are as follows:

Mr. Jim Smith


Baptist Mid Mission Zambia
P O Box
Choma
Zambia

Tel:
Project Location
The housing project will be located Southwest of Choma, about 2km from the Central
Business District.

This is suitably close to the town centre.

The site borders

Riverside on the eastern fringe, Nahumba Mission on the South and Macha road on
the Western side. The proposed site is an existing farm that has largely been unused
for a long period.

The Choma Housing Concept


The developer proposes to develop an underutilized and underdeveloped area by
providing residential plots, retail, hotel, publicly accessible open space, roads and
parking space. All houses would be built to international standards within the confines
of a safe, secure and exclusive community in an environmentally friendly setting.

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Total Project Cost/Investments


The estimated total investment of the Choma Housing Project will be reflected in the
draft report.

2.1 PURPOSE AND NEED


The overarching goal of the proposed development is to transform an area that is
blighted and largely underutilized into a vibrant modern mixed-use community as
well as cushion Choma housing deficit. The proposed project aims to provide greatly
needed affordable and market-rate housing and first-class shopping malls. The
proposed project is intended to more specifically,

Contribute to other stakeholders effort to meet the short- and long-term


demand for affordable and market-rate housing; and

Foster and support growth of Choma through: (a) the creation of jobs and
economic activity during construction and operation of the new housing units,
commercial office, and retail development; and (b) the introduction of new
households, which will stimulate the local economy by purchasing goods and
services from local businesses;

BASELINE CONDITION OF THE PROJECT ENVIRONMENT

3.1

Geophysical Environment
3.1.1

Location

Choma District is in the heart of Southern Province making it strategically


located both as an administrative capital for the province as well as playing a
major role in the economic activities of the Southern Province.
The District lies approximately within longitudes 260 30I and 270 30I east of
Greenwich, and latitudes 160 and 170 45I south of the equator on the plateau of
southern Zambia and covers a total area of 7,296 square kilometres. It shares

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boundaries with five other districts in the province namely: Namwala in the
North, Pemba on the Eastern side, Gwembe in the Southeast, Sinazongwe in
the South and Kalomo in the West. The district is predominantly rural and
agriculture forms the mainstay of its economy.
3.1.2

Climate

Most of the district lies at 1400 metres above sea level. This district is found
on high ground with typical climate of southern Zambia of temperatures
between 140c and 280c, sunshine ranging between 9 and 12 hours per day. The
highest temperatures occur between the beginning of October and the end of
December. In normal instances when the rains start, temperatures tend to fall,
partly because of the rain and partly due to the often heavy cloud cover. The
lowest temperatures are usually recorded in June and July.

The rains generally start in the middle of October and continue through up to
the beginning of April. Rainfall reaches its peak around January after which it
diminishes slightly up to the beginning of April when usually it ceases
entirely. There is an average rainfall of 800mm, of which 369mm, fall between
January and February. There are however, variations in total rainfall and
rainfall patterns from year to year and even in a particular season. These
variations can have a major impact on crop yield in the different zones in the
area. Humidity falls to about 33% until the onset of rains in October after
which it skyrockets to about 77% in February. Humidity nosedives once the
rains cease in April. The wind is predominantly from the East and SouthWest, and to a lesser degree from the North- East. The strength of the wind
from these directions can be comparatively strong.

3.1.3

Vegetation

The vegetation of the project site is principally Acacia grassland with clumps
of trees on anthills. anthills are widespread in project site. Most anthills have
large Euphorbia on top. Other common large trees are Combretum molle,
Erythrina abbysinica and Ziziphus mucronata. The bulk of the anthill
vegetation consist of small trees chiefly Azanza gackeana, Markhamia

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obtusifolia, Popowa and Securidaca longependiculata with Drospyros spp and


Eudea spp locally frequent.

Grasses comprise species of Andropogon, Brachiaria, Digitalia,Cymbopogon,


Heteropogon, Hyparrhenia, Setaria, Loudetia, Eragrotis, Aristida. Weed
species seen to flourish in the project site. The following are especially
prominent towards the end of the rains Bidens spilosa, Hibiscus ssp, Sida
spp, Solanum spp.

Riparian woodland occurs in a discontinous strip along the two streams that
frank the project site. It is dominated by Syzygium spp both S. Cordatum and
S. guineense with stretches of salix, and Rhus spp both R, longipes and R.
quactiniaus. Doclonea, Phyllanthus and Sesbania sesban fill some of the gaps
Phragmites rush the rest.

Miombo woodland occurs on a variety of soils dominated by Brashystegia


boehmii, B. Spiciformis on Julbernardia globiflora, separately or in
conjunction.

3.1.4 Hydro geological Information


The Dolomitic limestone soils are predominant in the project site and carry
open woodland with scattered trees in dense fall grass. Granite sands cover the
fringes of the streams while quartz ridges and schistol soils are present favour
dominance of B, spiciformis.

The drainage of the project site is characterised by two perennial streams.


These are also embarked at different points to provide water reservoirs (i.e.
Dams) for human and animal consumption.

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Socio-economic Environment
3.2.1

Population

Of the 247,860 population of Choma, 120,689 are male and 127,171 are
female. It has a total of 44,483 households of which 33,078 are male headed
and 8,502 female headed. (CSO: 2012).

The most dominant ethnic group in the district are the plateau Tonga who are
found in every part of the district. A mixture of the Ila and the Bawe, which
are the dialect of Tonga exist mainly in the eastern part of the district.
However, recent migration from other parts of the country has brought a
representation of most tribes especially in urban Choma.
3.2.2

Economic Activities

Famous for cattle ranching, Choma is also the major transit town between
Lusaka and Livingstone. The district attracts traffic of tourists and business
executives enroute to sites such as the Victoria Falls in Livingstone and also
boasts the Choma Museum as a tourist attraction.

Today, not including retail and wholesale concerns, there is a large and active
base of over 20 major privately owned companies operating in Choma District.
The area continues to attract a high number of inward investments and new
start businesses.

Choma has a total of 32 health facilities (with one a government hospital and a
mission hospital) and one hundred and sixty primary health services/ home
based care arrangements, 124 schools, 2 tertiary institutions.
3.3

Settlements around the housing Project Site


The proposed site for the housing project lies to the West of Choma town,
about 2kms from Lusaka-Livingstone Road and covers a stretch of
approximately, 714 Hectares. It forms a boundary with the Riverside
residential area and falls within the Kulundana ward of Choma central
constituency. There are no settlements within the project site.

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Archaeological and cultural sites


The initial field findings did not show any culturally sensitive sites that fall
within the proposed project area.

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PUBLIC MEETINGS/ CONSULTATIONS


Approach and Methodology
The method adopted for community consultations was open discussions with
the relevant local institutions at district level, representatives from NGOs and
community based organisations and residents from communities living around
the proposed project site.

Responses from the consultations and interviews provided the relevant


background information and helped identify major environmental concerns of
the communities around the proposed project site which helped in the
preparation of the Scoping Report.
4.2

Key Presentations, Questions and Concerns from the Consultative


Meeting
During public consultative meetings with the local communities, the
environmental team gave presentations on the project and also received the
questions/concerns from the community on issues that should be considered
and investigated in the detailed EIA.

These discussions were centred on:

The proposed project site and its surroundings (land-use, natural


resources, water, etc.)

The most important features (e.g. market places, gathering sites,


schools, clinics, quarries, and access roads, etc.)

4.3

Sensitive areas (protected areas, graveyards, historical sites, etc.)

Employment opportunities

Benefits and inconveniences

Community Concerns
The community concerns from the public consultative meetings are
documented in the minutes contained in the annex.

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POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS

The concerns of the public and the key potential environmental impacts will
all be carefully addressed in the EIA.

From the consultations and field survey of the proposed project, it is the
opinion of the project proponent that the focal environmental issues when
setting up the housing project are:

Environmental issues likely to be of concern during the construction phase of


the houses include:

Increased incidences of HIV/AIDS, other STIs and pregnancies

Eutrophication of nearby streams

Employment for the local community

The concerns of the public and the key potential negative environmental
impacts will be carefully addressed in the detailed EIA study.

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PROPOSED TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR EIA


The developer will undertake an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and
the output from this will be an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) also
containing an Environmental Management & Monitoring Plan (EMMP). The
EIS will describe the negative and positive impacts of the project during its
entire life cycle. The study will recommend measures for mitigation of
negative environmental effects and enhancement of the benefits.

6.1

Scope of EIA
The scope of the EIA shall comprise, but not necessarily be limited to:
6.1.1

Policy, Legal and Institutional Frameworks

This section will elaborate on the policy, legislative and administrative


frameworks on which the Environmental Impact Assessment has been
conducted. It will explain the EIA requirements in Zambia.

It will identify international environmental conventions and agreements to


which Zambia is party which are of relevance to the project.
6.1.2

Description of Project Activities

Description of the project activities to be carried out at different stages of the


project. The description will include not only a description of the project but
also a description of its operation and the types and amounts of materials and
sources to be obtained from including wastes to be generated.
6.1.3

Baseline Environmental Information

Description of the environment, which may be affected by the proposed


project development. This includes collection, compilation and analysis of
environmental and socio-economic data in the project areas. The following
elements are covered:

Location (regional context, physical constraints, land tenure, surrounding


land uses, local infrastructure);

Boundaries (of the development and of the development effects);

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Biophysical environment (e.g. climate, soil, geology, hydrology,


topography, flora and fauna);

Socio-economic environment (e.g. demographics, standard of living,


employment levels, housing, education, social infrastructure, water
supply);

Cultural and historic environment (e.g. sites of cultural interest,


cemeteries landscape)

Interested and affected Parties

Other aspects of particular significance or value

Reference to specialist reports

6.1.4

Potential Environmental Impacts

As far as relevant, assessment and prediction of actual and anticipated positive


and negative environmental effect of the project, including alternatives for
project development, on:

Social, economic and cultural values;


Effects on generation or reduction of employment in the area;
Potential threats to health from pollution;
Social cohesion or disruption (resettlement);
Local economic impacts;
Effects on social services/amenities i.e. educational, health and
recreational;

Water;
Effects on surface water quality and quantity;
Effects on underground water quality and quantity;
Effects on the flow regime of the water course;
Effect on downstream uses and users;
Effect on riverine ecosystems;
Potential secondary or cumulative impacts affecting other natural
communities.

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Landscape;

Effect on the aesthetic quality of the landscape;


Effect on the character of the area;
Effect on the preservation of scenic views and valued features;
Effect on natural features such as streams;
Visual impacts (features, removal of vegetation, etc.);
Compatibility with surrounding areas, and
Effect on natural heritage sites.

Ecological values;

Effect on the ecological functioning of natural communities due to


physical destruction of the habitat or reduction in the effective size of the
community.
Effect on plant or animal species of significant conservation, educational
or scientific value;

Air Quality;

Effects on the quality of the ambient air of the area;


Type of amount of possible emissions (pollutants);
Effect on quantity and type of particulate matter with reference to size,
composition and chemical stability;
Potential effects on human health, crops, wildlife, livestock and other
potentially affected organisms

Traffic and Road Safety;

Health and Safety;

Analysis of the environmental impacts of the palm oil plantation project;

Identification of environmental benefits, if any.

6.1.5

Mitigating Measures

Proposition of measures for mitigating the adverse environmental impacts


of the project.

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Wherever possible, quantify in monetary value the costs and benefits of


these environmental measures.

6.1.6

Environmental Management and Monitoring Plan

Preparation of a management and monitoring plan for implementing the


mitigating measures during the construction and operational life of the
palm oil plantation.

Preparation of a proposal for public information.

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REPORT FORMAT
The EIA will be concise and the discussion limited to significant
environmental issues. The main text will focus on findings, conclusions and
recommended actions. The conclusions and recommendations will be
substantiated by relevant data in annexes.

The EIS will contain a non-technical summary in a style of writing


understandable for the majority of the general public. The format of the EIS
will be in accordance with the following outline for the table of contents:

NON-TECHNICAL

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

Background to the EIA study

Objectives of the EIA study

Scope of the study

Study Approach and Methodology

CHAPTER 2 POLICY,

LEGAL

AND

INSTITUTIONAL

FRAMEWORK

Legislative and institutional framework in Zambia

Environmental Legislation in Zambia

Requirements for EIA

Institutional framework for environmental management

Land tenure and land acquisition

CHAPTER 3 DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT AND


PROJECT ACTIVITIES

Nature of development

Surface area (Coverage and floor area)

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Area of land which may be influenced

Layout and Design

Project Key Data

Landscaping

Time schedule

Rehabilitation

Phases

(design-construction-operation-

maintenance)

Duration of the Rehabilitation phase

Days/hours of operation

Description of machinery

Site operations

Waste amounts and types to be generated

Sources and volumes of raw materials

Energy and water requirements

On-site infrastructure

Support services

Personnel

CHAPTER 4 DESCRIPTION OF THE BASELINE CONDITION OF


THE PROJECT SITE

4.1 Zero-Alternative
4.2 Description of the Proposed Sewage Treatment Works

Location (regional context, physical constraints, land tenure,


surrounding land uses, direction and distance to town, local
infrastructure);

Boundaries (of the development and of the development


effects);

Biophysical

environment

(e.g.

climate,

soil,

geology,

hydrology, topography, flora and fauna);

Socio-economic environment (e.g. demographics, standard of


living,

employment

levels,

infrastructure, water supply);

housing,

education,

social

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Cultural and historic environment (e.g. sites of cultural interest,


landscape)

Interested and affected Parties

CHAPTER 5 ENVIRONMENTAL

IMPACTS

OF

ACTIVITIES

5.1 Environmental Impacts of housing project

Impacts on soils

Impacts on vegetation

Impacts on wildlife and fauna

Impacts on water quality

Impacts on air quality

Impact of noise

Impacts on landscape and aesthetics

Impacts on land-use and surrounding environment

Impacts on socio-economic environment

Impacts on cultural and historic environment

Impacts on human settlements

Impacts due to quarries and borrow pits

Impacts of traffic and road safety

Impacts on Health

Significance of selected environmental impacts

CHAPTER 6

MITIGATION MEASURES

CHAPTER 7

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT &


MONITORING PLAN

CHAPTER 8

LIST OF REFERENCES

CHAPTER 9

ANNEXES

PROPOSED

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Annex 1:

List of People Met/ Consulted

No Name

Position

Organization

Acting District Statistical

Central

Officer

Office

Mr. John Kaira

Aquaculturist

Department of Fisheries

Mr. Jones K. Mulomba

District Forestry Officer

Forestry Department

Ms. Florence Beenzu

District Coordinator

NPZ+

Mr. Hartley Muchenje

DWO

Dept of Water Affairs

Ms Cathrine Chishala

Acting District

Dept of Disability

Mr.Mubita Stean
1

Statistical

2
3
4
5
6

Coordinator
Mrs Sandra Sikaputa

Coordinator

Dept of Cultural Affairs

Mr. Vincent Sikanyeela

DAO

OOP

Mr. Lawrence Chiholi

I.O

DEC

Mr. Meckson Machilika

DSW

Social Welfare

7
8
9
10

Ms.

Khanyisile

C. Accountant

BICC-CCDP

11

Maunga
Mr. Sandie Mkandawire

Snr Health Inspector

CMC

Ms Ritah Syafunko

MAL

A.N.O

Mr. Humphrey Masumu

BMM

Consultant

Mr. Ben Mbangu

Reporter

ZANIS

Mr. Victor Nakasamu

ACDO

DCD

Mr. Isaac Fwemba

Consultant

Greenfields Consulting

Mr.Lewis Tumbama

Consultant

Greenfields Consulting

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Annex 2:

Annex 3:

Minutes of the Community Consultative Meeting

Held in the Choma Municipal Council Conference Room on 24th


May, 2013 at 08:30

1.1

Introduction
As part of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process a meeting was
arranged at the Civic Centre on 24th May, 2013 just before consultants visit
to the project site. A total of 18 people attended the meeting.

1.2

Purpose
The Community consultation meeting was held with the affected communities
and members of the District Development Coordinating Committee and was
intended to present information on the project and to obtain the views of those
consulted in the public meeting.

1.3

Composition and Expertise of the Consultants Team


The Consultants (Greenfield) consisted of three persons (Lewis Tumbama
Socio-economic/Sustainable Development Specialist, Jones Mulomba
Natural Resources Specialist and Isaac Fwembe Agro Forestry/Meeting
Facilitator), the Consultants conducted the community consultation meeting
and delivered the presentations.

The agenda of meeting were as follows:


i)

Prayer.

ii)

Introductions.

iii)

Opening Remarks.

iv)

Purpose of Meeting

v)

Presentation of Proposed Project Activities

vi)

Presentation of Impacts on Bio-Physical Environment

vii)

Presentation of Impacts on Socio-Economic Environment

viii)

Open Discussion/Concerns and questions by the community

ix)

Summary

x)

Prayer

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End of Meeting

The meeting was tailored to focus on key issues and concerns of the
community.

WELCOMING REMARKS
Mr. Vincent Sikanyeela, the District Administrative Officer for Choma
District called the meeting to order at 09:10hours.He welcomed all the
consultants to the district and informed them that there could have been more
participants if the meeting did not coincide with the burial of His Royal
Highness Chief Mapanza. He further informed the consultants that the District
Commissioner could not afford to reschedule this meeting because it seeks to
address the accommodation crisis that has besieged the town of Choma. He
urged the participants to contribute to this meeting effectively if they have to
meet its objectives and contribute to the accelerated development of Choma.
After the DAO gave his welcoming remarks, he asked each of the participants
to introduce themselves.

PURPOSE OF THE MEETING


Mr Isaac Fwemba, the environmental specialist outlined the purpose of the
meeting. He explained that Baptist Mid Mission had sent a team of consultants
(of which he was team leader) to carry out an Environmental Impact
Assessment for the Choma housing project. He then explained the importance
of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) to such projects.

1.4

Presentation of Proposed Project activities

This was presented by Mr Isaac Fwemba


1.5

Presentation of Impacts on Bio-physical Environment

This was presented by Jones Mulomba

1.6

Presentation of Impacts on Socio-economic Environment

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This was presented by Isaac Fwemba

1.7

Summary of Community Questions/ Concerns

After all presentations were made there was a session for questions and
answers, which was designed to collect views from the participants. A
summary of the participants' questions/answers over the Choma housing
project is presented in the following section.

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PROCEEDINGS

Session 1:

Facilitator:

Introduction to the Consultation Meeting

District Administartive Officer, Mr. V. Sikanyeela

The Meeting was called to order at 09:10 hours after a prayer was given by Mr
Sikanyeela. Self-introduction of both Consultants and participants was done
and the meeting commenced.

Session 2:

Presentation of the Project Activities

Facilitator:

Isaac Fwemba

He explained to the participants how consultants would handle the EIA, taking
into account all the relevant consultations. He explained the Environmental
Management Act No 12 of 20011 was the supreme Law in terms
environmental management in the country. He explained that this process is
very important in that it forms the basis for developing Terms of Reference
specialist studies. He highlighted that after scoping activities, specialist studies
are conducted, environmental impacts are determined and mitigation measures
are proposed.

Mr Fwemba informed the meeting that concerns that are expressed by the
public shall be incorporated in the draft report which shall be submitted to
ZEMA for initial review and after addressing their comments on the draft
report, the final EIA report shall be submitted for consideration. He hinted that
at this stage, ZEMA decides whether to approve the project or not. The final
outcome of the process is a Decision Letter which states whether the project is
approved or rejected. If rejected, reasons shall be given and if approved,
conditions of approval shall be given.

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Session 3:

Presentation of Project background

Facilitator:

Humphrey Masumu

Mr Masumu explained that there was a crisis in terms of housing units in


Choma. He further explained that government has to partner with the private
sector in order to nurture a lasting solution to the supply deficit. Mr Masumu
informed the meeting that this project aims at closing the gap in the demand
and supply of housing units that has been created due to the change in the
status of Choma. He indicated that besides the housing units, the area has
provisions for places of worship, shopping malls, filling stations and schools

Session 4:

Presentation of Impacts on Socio-economic Environment

Facilitator:

The session was facilitated by Lewis Tumbama who presented the socioeconomic impacts of the project. He explained the impacts associated with the
project activities during its life cycle.

Session 5:

Discussions; Questions and Answers; Suggestions for Issues


to be Integrated in the project.

Facilitator:

Isaac Fwemba

The following Questions/Concerns were raised:

Concern:

There was concern raised by the one of the participants Mr


Chikoli that Choma residents must be given first priority to
purchase the plots. Also the contractors should come and
employ the local people skilled in a number of skills.

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Concern:

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Another, concern was raised by Mr Victor Nakasamu that they


want the contractor to give first priority to the local people
before they can even consider outsiders for employment.

Answer:

Its clear that unskilled labour is got locally but for skilled labour
its difficult to get the locals because it involves operation of
complex machines which are expensive to replace once
damaged, hence the need for skilled labour. As for unskilled
labour may be the locals can register with there area councillors
so that they employ the people you know.

Question:

Mr Mubita: How many plots are expected to be sold?

Answer:

Three thousand plots

Concern:

Mr Meckson Machilika raised a concern that the community


should be consulted on sites for material and upon the
completion of the construction of the structures, the contractor
should make sure they bury the pits from which they get sand
and also replace the trees that they will use.

Question:

Jones Mulomba: From what I have observed we have only


talked about traffic, employment and deforestation. Do you have
any other areas that may be impacted upon by the construction
of the roads and houses?

Answer:

Mr. Sandie Mukandawire: Spread of HIV/AIDS is likely to be


an area where construction of the houses will impact on the
community. He further observed that there should be some
deliberate programme to sensitise both the workers and the local
community. Due to cash flow school girls may stop school
opting for money and in the long run contracting HIV/AIDS.

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Concern:

Ms Rita Syafuko: Is it possible to consider tree planting as part


of mitigation measures.

Answer:

Isaac Fwemba: Basically, there will be an Environmental


Management Plan for the project and in the plan the contractor
should work in line with government departments, local
authority and local community and ensure that if any tree is cut
then it should be replanted and we recommend that the trees
replanted are the same indigenous trees. So the local forestry
office should work in line with the contractor. Also locals
should plant nurseries so that they can sell the trees to the
contractor.

Concern:

Mr Sandie Mukandawire, there will be noise, radiation and


ground water contamination through pit latrines in the area

Concern:

Florence Beenzu: There are no graves near the project site.

Concern:

Mrs Sandra Sikaputa: Come up with the report based on the


submissions then the second stage call for submissions.

Conclusion: Isaac Fwemba: He gave concluding remarks and thanked


participants for having been active during the deliberations and
further informed the participants that further consultation will
follow in a detailed EIA after approval of this Scoping Report
and TORs by ZEMA

Closing Remarks

There being no further questions and concerns, Mr


Sikanyeela thanked the members of the meeting and
closed at 12:25 hrs.

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Annex 4: ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST

A.

BASIC INFORMATION ON THE COMMUNITY

1.

Name of the Community----------------------------------------------

2.

Location (Village)------------------------------------------------------

3.

District-------------------------------------------------------------------

4.

Distance from the District Centre------------------------------------

5.

Total Population of the Community---------------------------------

6.

Type of propsed project, (e.g. Construction, rehabilitation, etc)-

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7.

Expected number of beneficiaries------------------------------------

B.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF THE PROJECT AREA/SITE

8.

Climate of the area. (Seasons and related activities)--------------

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9.

Topography (upland, wetland, rocky, etc)--------------------------

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Type of natural vegetation. (Grassland, type of trees, e.g. Miombo)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

11.

Air quality (Community perception as they inhale, presence of industries, etc)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

C.

SOCIAL-ECONOMIC STATUS

12.

Current land-use of project site and surrounding areas (e.g. Forested areas,
cultivated land, settlement, etc)
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13.

Indicate type of, availability, and source of the following:

Water supply------------------------------------------------------------

Energy source-----------------------------------------------------------

Roads---------------------------------------------------------------------

14.

List down sources of livelihood for the community. Include potential Income
generating Activitie and their likely effect on the environment.

Source of livelihood----------------------------------------------------

Expected effect on the environment---------------------------------

D.

DESCRIPTION OF POTENTIAL IMPACT

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15.

List down type of material to be used, source and the environmental implications
on the source of material.

Activity

Type
material

of Source of Resulting
material

effect

(soil

erosio,
deforestation,
ditches, etc)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

16.

Will the implementation of the project affect the surrounding of the project site ?
If yes, in what ways. (Before you consideprovide information in the following
table, consider in detail the resulting effect in the table above).

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Activity

Description

Potential impact on Potential

of works

the

surrounding impact

on

environment during the


surroundin

construction

g
environme
nt

upon

completion
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

F. ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION MEASURES

17. Summarise below identified environmental concerns and proposed mitigation


measures. Please note that these should be derived form the tables above.

Activity

Identified
Concerns

Environmental Propoed
Mitigation
Measures

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List down the names of of people, institutions/organisations that you consulted


during field work.

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19.

What are the project benefits to the area (positive benefits), e.g employment to the
local community, easy access to markets, clinics, etc.

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20.

What are the likely social impacts (incidences of STDs and HIV/AIDS), due to
interaction with camp workers.

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21.

Any other issues not covered above:


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Annex 5: CURRICULUM VITAE FOR PROPOSED PROFESSIONAL STAFF


Profession Position: Forestry Specialist
Name

Jones Kalumbwa MULOMBA

Profession

Forestry Resources Specialist

Nationality

Zambian

Key Qualifications
Diploma in Forestry from Copperbelt University, Zambia Forestry College, Kitwe,
Zambia.

Certificate in systems assessment (Mapmaker GIS software) for the forestry sector.

Certificate in Total Quality Management (TQM) in Education (Conducted by the


Forestry Sector Coordination Unit of SADC, Lilongwe Malawi).
Certificate in Data Survey Methods and Application (Conducted by the University of
Twente; Netherlands in Arusha, Tanzania.
Certificate in Gender Analysis in Energy and Environment (Conducted by the
University of Twente; Netherlands in Arusha, Tanzania.

Certificate Formulating proposals in Energy, Environment and Climate Change ITC,


Enschede, Netherlands
Certificate in cleaner production technologies, Sirim Berhad, Selangor, Malaysia

Educational Qualification
Currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts from UNZA
Forestry Diploma from Zambia Forestry College, Kitwe, Copperbelt Province,
Zambia.
Obtained a High School Certificate, Munali Secondary School, Lusaka, Lusaka
Province, Zambia.
Obtained a Junior Secondary School Certificate, Kawambwa Boys Technical School,
Kawambwa, Luapula Province, Zambia.
Work Experience
2013
Lusaka

Natural Resource Specialist working with Greenfield Consulting,

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Main Responsibility

To carryout environmental management assessments relating to natural resource


management and developing strategies and Management Plans.

2002

Senior Technical Counterpart in Forest Resource Assessments for Zambia under the
EUROPEAN UNION FUNDED Programme
Main Responsibilities

To develop a Large Scale Forest Inventory (Mapping) System that will help facilitate the
collection of forest resource information at Provincial and National Levels.

Carrying out vegetation mapping (remote sensing), and Ground Forest Inventories (GFI) in 4
provinces of Zambia namely: Western, Northern, Eastern and Lusaka covering in total about
51 million hectares.

Updating of forest statistics / datasets (vegetation maps) for 3 other provinces of Zambia
namely: Central, Copperbelt and Luapula covering in total about 16 million hectares.
Previously mapped in 1995/6 under PFAP (a FINNISH Funded Project).T

To analyze, manipulate and compare Southern province vegetation map currently mapped
according to national digital mapping standards with the rest of the provinces and create a
seamless vegetation spatial database for Zambia.

To produce an updated Zambia vegetation map (National cover) that will be available in
digital for future reference and update at National Level.

2001

Senior Technician to the FINNISH FUNDED Forestry Resource Programme

Main Responsibilities

Carrying out vegetation mapping (remote sensing), and conducting Ground Forestry
Inventories (GFI) in Southern province of Zambia covering in total about 8 million hectares.

To provide the current status of Protected Forest Estates in Southern Province and to generate
information on the distribution of forest resources through out the province.

To produce a current vegetation map for Southern Province according to the developed
Digital Mapping Standards by Zambia Survey Department and other mapping stakeholders
and institutions in Zambia.

To produce district vegetation maps showing the current status of natural resources (forests)

1998 Appointed Instructor at Zambia Forestry College

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Main Responsibilities:

Conducting practical lessons to forestry Diploma students in wildlife management and


ecology.

Conducting practical lessons in Forest Resource Assessments in indigenous forests and forest
plantations. This included forest inventory planning and execution.

Database Management, maintenance (record keeping) and storage of forestry and forest
related information (i.e. satellite images, aerial photos, analogue maps, forestry management
publications in a computerized databank).

In-house training on the maintenance and use of computers within the College.

Developing lesson plans, and preparing practical equipment.

Conducting practical lessons in Botany to both Certificate and Diploma students

1997
Herbarium Technician Southern African Botanical Diversity Network (SABONET)
University of Zambia; School of Biological Sciences
Main Responsibilities

Collecting plant specimens


Curing and mounting specimens
Plant identification
Entering specimens in a electronic data base

1995

Appointed District Forestry Officer for Namwala

1994

Appointed Extension Forester Choma

Achievements
2002
Produced a current Vegetation Map for Southern Province of Zambia from Land-sat
7 TM (August 2000), resolution of 30m x 30m, with a total coverage area of 8+ million hectares
using Arcview 3.2a GIS by digital (unsupervised classification) processing.
2000
Produced a Compendium on basic forest pathology
2000
Produced an in-service Agroforestry training Manual for Kasempa and Mumbwa
District Natural Resource Management Committee funded by MTNER/UNDP
Utility Specialization

I have considerable skills in the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Remote
Sensing tools, equipment, software, and datasets such as:

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GPS Devices (Hand held - Trimble, Garmin, Magellan, and GPS 3)

Digitizers (A3, A1, and A0 Tables) and their accessories

Map plotters and printing machines

Cartographic and drawing tables

GIS Software ((PC ARCINFO, DAK, ARCVIEW, ERDAS IMAGINE, IDRISI,


MAPMAKER, ATLAS GIS, DYNAMIC KNOWLEDGE) and GPS software programs

Have considerable in data capture, analysis and interpretation using both qualitative and
quantitative tools.

I have good knowledge in the use of Computers: MS DOS, Ms Word, Ms Excel, Ms Access,
Ms Publisher, Power-point, Photo-paint, Colorado Back-up, and several other accessory
computer programs.

Professional Bodies
Member of ZAGIS (Zambia Association for Geographical Information Systems) since 2001,
Lusaka, Zambia.
Zambia Association of Natural Resources, Tourism, Environment and Environmental Health
Practioners (ZANTREHP) since June 2002.
Name of Consultant:

Jones Kalumbwa MULOMBA

Authorised Company Representative: Lewis TUMBAMA_________________

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Family Name: Sibajene


First Name:
Mainza
Passport No.:
ZN050182
Sex:
Male
Marital status: Married
Date of birth:
9th January 1981
Place of birth: Livingstone, Zambia
Telephone: +260-974-491472/+260-963-402542
Email: sibajenem@yahoo.com;
sibajenem@gmail.com Contact Address: C/o
Etambuyu Twembuchi Sibajene, Ndeke High School,
LANGUAGE SKILLS
P.O. Box 21498, Kitwe, Zambia
Languag Reading
Writing
Speaking
e
Excellent Good
Basic
Excellent
Good
Basic
Excellent
English
Excellent
Good
Basic
Excellent
Good
Basic
Excellent
French
Excellent Good
Basic
Excellent
Good
Basic
Excellent
Chinese
Other languages: Tonga, Nyanja, Bemba and Lozi.
18.1
18.2 EDUCATION

Good

Basic

Good

Basic

Good

Basic

August 1999-December 2004: The University of Zambia (Bachelors of Arts Degree).


Completed studies leading to the award of Bachelors Degree with major in Development Studies
and minor in Economics where I graduated with merit.
September 2008 to June 2010: China University of Geosciences
Completed studies leading to the award of a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Science.
18.3 TRAINING
18.4 6th-10th November 2006: Leadership and Personal Development

Attended a workshop on Leadership and Personal Development at Mindolo Ecumenical


Foundation sponsored by UNDP/UNESCO and the Commonwealth Secretariat (Foundations of
Africas Future leadership)
18th -22nd June 2007: International Training Centre of the International Labour Organisation
Attended a course in Public private partnerships for decent jobs and better services in the urban
context in Turin, Italy.
19th -21st May 2008: Copperbelt Health Education Project
Successfully completed training in HIV/AIDS Mainstreaming at CHEP Training & Research
Centre, Kitwe
14th-18th July 2008: Monitoring, Evaluation and Donor Management skills Seminar
Attended a seminar in Monitoring, Evaluation and Donor Management skills seminar at Mulungushi
University in Kabwe.

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26th -27th January 2011: Survey Department, Ministry of Lands


Attended an GIS practitioners workshop at Survey Department, Ministry of Lands

Employment Record:

Date
16/01/2010 to date
Location
Kitwe
Company
Kitwe City Council
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Position
Senior
Planner (Socio-economic & Environmental Planning)
Choma
Housing Project
Description
Tasks assigned include:
 Urban development planning and environmental planning and management. Environmental
planning & management through the conducting environmental impact assessment (EIA)
studies in conjunction with and on behalf of the Zambia Environmental Management Agency
in the city of Kitwe.
 Scrutinizing Environmental Project Briefs and field inspections of proposed projects on behalf
of Zambia Environmental Management Agency in the city of Kitwe.
 Mainstreaming environmental and social issues into council operations
 Social impact assessment studies of all projects and programs in the city of kitwe
 Capacity building of communities and strengthening community structures such as resident
development committees in order to create the necessary social capital which will enable
communities to negotiate and participate in decisions affecting their development. telopment.
 Monitoring and evaluation of development projects
 Assist communities and organizations to mobilize resources for priority projects through
identification of relevant cooperating partners and also the preparation of bankable project
proposals.
 To identify, prepare and appraise project proposals in the Kitwe community to improve service
delivery of the council
 Preparation of resettlement action plans for various developmental projects

Date
Institution
Position
Description

Date
Location
Company
Position
Description

Date
Location
Company
Position
Description

 Preparation of the Strategic Plan for the city of Kitwe


 I was involved in the preparation of the Kitwe City Environmental Profile, Environmental
Planning and Management City Consultation Report, Mufuchani Resettlement Action Plan,
AMCO Resettlement Action Plan, Zambia: Kitwe Urban Profile, Kitwe District State of
the Environment Report, Kitwe City Council 2012-2016 Strategic Plan and other
documents.
January to December 2011
Copperstone University
Part time Lecturer

I was a part time lecturer in the Faculty of Occupational Safety & Health
Environment. I taught courses such as Introduction to Environmental Engineering,
Ergonomics, Occupational Safety and Health, Occupational Safety and Health
Economics and other courses as assigned to me.
06/08/2012 to date
Kitwe
Kitwe City Council
Senior Planner (Socio-economic & Environmental Planning)
It has been 5 years since the World Bank funded Mufuchani Resettlement Action Plan on the
feasibility study for the construction of a bridge over the Kafue River at Mufuchani, Kitwe was
prepared. As the project is earmarked for implementation, it has become necessary to review and
update the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) to take care of the possible changes that may have
occurred from the time the RAP was prepared to date. Tasks assigned include:
 Hold meetings with the RAP Local Steering Committee and Project Affected Persons
 Conduct assessments for the Project Affected People covering the issues of structures and
population trends
 Hold Meetings with the RAP Local Steering Committee and the traders currently occupying
the resettlement site
 Engage with ZESCO to relocate the power lines
 Facilitate the processing of title deeds to individual households
01/05/2012 to date
Kitwe
Kitwe City Council
Senior Planner (Socio-economic & Environmental Planning)
The Government of the Republic of Zambia has received a loan from the African
Development Fund (ADF) to finance the Nkana Water Supply and Sanitation Project
(NWSSP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments under the contract for the
LOT 1B-Kitwe Sanitation Works, NWSC/AfDB/07/2011. The Kitwe Sanitation
Rehabilitation works will include sewer trunk mains, sewer collection networks, Nkana East
Sewage Treatment Plant and Sewage Oxidation Ponds at Mindolo and Ndeke. The projects

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18.6

18.5
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

April to July 2007


I was part of a team that was assigned to assess how mining activities and other sectors were affecting floral diversity in
the tributary streams of the Kafue River, Zambia.
September 2009 to May 2010
I worked on a thesis titled Towards a Rapid Assessment Methodology for Poyang Lake National Nature Reserve,
Jiangxi Province, China
July 2010
I have co-authored a paper title Minimum Ecological Water Demand of lower reaches of Mountain Rivers in
Hydropower projects: A case of Maojiahe Reserviour hydropower station, Shennongjia Forest Region, Hubei Province,
China.
18.7 OTHER RELEVANT SKILLS
I am able to operate and effectively use the following computer programs and applications which include Microsoft
word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Internet Explorer, Access, Statistical package for the Social Sciences (SPSS),
Canoco, ArcGIS, Erdas Imagine.
18.8 INTERESTS AND HOBBIES
I like playing football, reading novels, watching movies and making friends.

18.9 REFEREES

ACADEMIC
1. Professor Jiwen Ge
PhD, Professor of Plant Ecology and Conservation Biology
Director of Institute of Ecology and Environmental Sciences
China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
Standing Deputy Director of Hubei Wetland Evolution & Ecological Restoration Key Laboratory
388 Lumo Road, Hongshan Administrative District, Wuhan City, 430074, Hubei Province, P. R. China
Tel: +86-27-62493959
Fax: +86-27-87436235
Mobile: +86-13554646398
E-mail: gejiwen2002@yahoo.com.cn; gejiwen@cug.edu.cn
2. Dr. Douty Chibamba
University of Zambia
Great East Road Campus
School of Natural Sciences
Department of Geography
P.O. Box 32379
Lusaka
Zambia
Tel: +260-955-031113; +260-974-567744
Email: doutypaula@yahoo.co.uk
3. Mr. Eliphas Machacha
Department of Social Development Studies
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Zambia
P.o.box 32379
Lusaka.
Tel: +260-955-455893

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E-mail: mceliphas@yahoo.com
4. Mr. Derrick Elemu
Lecturer
Department of Development Studies
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Zambia
P.o.box 32379
Lusaka.
Tel: +260-955-928448/+260-979-928448
E-mail: delemu@yahoo.com
5. Dr. Innocent Ndoh Mbue
Lecturer
Faculty of Industrial Engineering
University of Douala
Douala, Cameroon
Tel: +237 77540384/+237 98789929
E-mail: dndoh2009@gmail.com
WORK
1. Dr. George Kasali
Copperbelt University
School of Mathematics
P.o.box 21692
Kitwe.
Tel: +260-977-476610
Email: kasali_george@yahoo.com

2. Mr. Promise Kaminsa


Deputy Director Community Environment and Health Services
Department of Community Environment and Health Services
Kitwe City Council
P.o.box 20070
Kitwe.
Tel: +260-977685000
Email: promkaminsa@gmail.com; kccskp@yahoo.com
3. Ms Martha Mutalange
Acting Deputy Director Community & Social Services
Department of Community Environment and Health Services
Kitwe City Council
P.o.box 20070
Kitwe.
Tel: +260-955804160/260-978009514
Email: mmutalange@yahoo.com
4. Mrs. Yaki Chiyokoma Namiluko
Copperbelt University

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P.o.box 21692
Kitwe.
Tel: +260-977-830770
Email: yaki_chiyokoma@yahoo.com; yaki.namiluko@gmail.com
5. Mr. Jonathan Mwanza
Chief Social Planner
Department of City Planning
Lusaka City Council
P.o.box 50206
Lusaka.
Tel: +260-955-950142
Email:mwanzajonathan@yahoo.co.uk
6. Mrs. Mwangala Chiwala
Community Mobilisation Specialist
Nkana Water Supply and Sanitation Project (NWSSP)
Nkana Water and Sewerage Company
Plot 4571, Nyerere Road
P.O. Box 20982
Kitwe,
ZAMBIA
Tel: +260-966-7870005
Email: chiwalamwangala@yahoo.com

PERSONAL
1. Dr. Liberty Mweemba
LSSE Department,
University Of Zambia,
P.O.Box 32379,
Lusaka, Zambia
Tel: +260-977-498820
Email: lmweemba69@yahoo.com; liberty.mweemba@unza.zm

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Pearson Kasapo
Citizenship : Zambian
Date of birth : 30 August 1980
Marital Status: Single
Contact
Tel : 260-955-879-463 /260-977-879-463
e-mail : kasapopearson@yahoo.com
kasapopearson@gmail.com
Address
Plot 1277 Lubuto Road, Rhodes Park, P. O. Box 31340, Lusaka 10101, ZAMBIA
Profile
Key Skills
Proficient or familiar with software:
Microsoft Office

AutoCAD

Coral Draw

Sketch Up 3D

SPSS

Education
2011 to 2013

2001 to 2005

Master of Technology Environmental Management (Graduation


Oct. 2013)
SCHOOL NAME: University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur - MALAYSIA
Bachelor of Science in Urban & Regional Planning
SCHOOL NAME: Copperbelt University, Kitwe - ZAMBIA

Work Experience
8yeas Work Experience
Date: from to (month/year)
Location
Company
Position
Description

June 2013 to date


Chinsali Districts ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Urban and Regional Planner
Integrated Development Plans (IDP) for Chinsali Districts

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

May 2013 to date


Choma District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner/Team Leader
Preparation of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for proposed
Baptist Mid Mission Choma Housing Estate consisting 3000 housing units
and amenities.

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Location
Institution
Position
Description

September 2012 August 2013


Kuala Lumpur MALAYSIA
University of Malaya Solid Waste Laboratory
Master of Technology Student Researcher
Masters Thesis Research entitled: E-waste Management in Selected
Institutions of Higher Learning in the Klang Valley, Malaysia

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

June 2012 to September 2012


Mkipa and Chinsali Districts ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Site Supervisor

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Location
Company
Position
Description

April 2012 June 2012


Lusaka District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for a Mr. Eggtray Paper
Recycling Plant.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

March 2012 April 2012


Kalamo District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief (EPB) for Brightstar-Donzam
mineral exploration project.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

March 2012 April 2012


Kawambwa District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief (EPB) for Blue Ocean mineral
exploration project.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

February 2012 August 2012


Lusaka District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner
Preparation of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for proposed Down
Town Hotel consisting 269 rooms and 11 serviced apartments.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company

December 2011 January 2012


Kuala Lumpur - MALAYSIA
Neapoli SDN BHD Environmental Design and Engineering Consultants

Techno Studies, Detailed Engineering Designs and Preparation


of Tender Documents for the Rehabilitation of
Approximately164.6km of the Mpika-Chinsali Road

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Position
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Environmental Design Assistant


Draughting engineering drawings

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Location
Company
Position
Description

November 2011 June 2012


Petauke District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner
Preparation of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for Sandwe Open
Forest timber harvesting project.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

August 2010 to August 2011


Mufumbwe and Kabompo Districts ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Urban and Regional Planner
Preparation of Integrated Development Plans (IDP) for Mufumbwe and
Kabompo Districts

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

January 2010 to May 2010


Lusaka District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for Master Plan for the Zambia-China
Economic and Tradition Cooperation Zone (Lusaka Sub-zone)

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

March 2010 to July 2010


Lusaka District - ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Project Supervisor
Supervision of the construction of 10Km Emergency Drainage Works on
Mungwi Road.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

January 2010 to May 2010


Petauke District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)
Environmental Planner
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for the proposed Brother Willys
Filling Station

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

February 2010 to March 2010


Kabompo, Zambezi and Chavuma Districts
ASCO (Z) Ltd
Transportation Planner
Feasibility and Detailed Design for Kabompo to Chavuma Road

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company

January 2010 to May 2010


Mkushi District ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult (Environmental Consultants)

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Position
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Environmental Planner
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for the proposed Alpha
Enterprise Filling Station.

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Location

May 2009 to January 2010


Chingola, Chongwe, Siavonga, Mazabuka, Maamba, Kafue and Sinanzongwe
Districts ZAMBIA
Greenfield Consult/JICA
Environmental Planner
Master Plan for promotion of irrigated Agriculture for Smallholders in the Peri
Urban Areas. Study to access the possible environmental and social impacts
of the promotion of irrigated smallholding in Zambia.

Company
Position
Description

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

November 2008 to October 2009


Lusaka, Copperbelt, Eastern, Central, Northwestern, Western, Northern,
Southern and Luapula Provinces ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Urban and Regional Planner
Baseline and Monitoring Studies for Output and Performance based road
contracts The objective of the project is to establish baseline conditions for
new road maintenance contracts and to carry out monitoring studies in order to
determine the impacts of the road development.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

October 2007 to February 2008


Lusaka District ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Urban Planner
Lusaka City Roads Traffic Congestion Management - Objective of the project
to address the immediate congestion problems at identified City road junctions
by designing low-cost, but effective interventions.

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

January 2007 to June 2008


Lusaka District ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Project Manager
Construction of an Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centre at Serenity House,
Makeni, Lusaka

Date: from to (month/year)


Location
Company
Position
Description

July 2006 to October 2009


Lusaka District ZAMBIA
ASCO (Z) Ltd (Consulting - Engineering, Environmental, Planning)
Urban and Regional Planner
Engineering Design for Reinstating/ Construction of Damaged and Washed
Away Crossings in Region II (Copperbelt, Central, North-western, Southern,
Western Provinces, Chibombo, Chongwe Districts and ZAWA National Parks)
Drafting of engineering drawings
Mapping
Production of BoQ

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Activities and Interests


Hobbies Music, drawing, architecture, cooking, cars
Community Rotaract Club of Tiyende Pamodzi sponsored by the Rotary Club of
Service Maluba.
I served as President of the Rotaract Club of the Copperbelt University
(2003 2004) and the District Rotaract Representative (2006 2007).
May 2005 - Awarded Certificate of Achievement by Afya Muzuri after
training and graduating as HIV/AIDS Peer Educator

HIV/AIDS
Activist
Traveling France, Monaco, Italy, Australia, Malaysia, South Africa, Ethiopia,
Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia

Language skills, mark 1 (worst) to 5 (best) for competence


Language
English
Bemba
Nyanja
Bahasa Malaysia

Reading
5
3
3
2

Speaking
5
5
5
1

Writing
5
3
3
2

References
Name

Contact

Tel:
Fax:
Email:

John Murphy

Lewis Tumbama

Prof. Dr. Agamuthu P.

Director

Principal Consultant

ASCO (z) Ltd


Plot 1277 Lubuto Road,
Rhodes Park
Lusaka 10101
ZAMBIA

Greenfield Consult
P. O. Box 38962,
Lusaka 10101
ZAMBIA

Programme Coordinator
(MTech Environmental
Management)

+260 211 256412


+260 211 256412
asco@iconnect.zm

+260 977 435098


tumbama@gmail.com

Institute of Biological Sciences,


Faculty of Science
University of Malaya
50603 Kuala Lumpur
MALAYSIA
+603 79676756
+603 79674178
agamuthu@um.edu.my

Certification:
I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, these data correctly describe
myself, my qualifications, and my experience.

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________________________________________
Signature

1.
2.
3.
4.

Date: _18/06/2013________
Day/month/year

Name of Staff: ISAAC FWEMBA


Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 14/06/1982, Nationality: Zambian, Marital Status: Married, Children: One
Education
School, college and/or
Degree/certificate or other specialized education obtained
University Attended
Manchester Metropolitan
Masters Degree in Public Health ( working on my Dissertation)
University in collaboration with
Uni people (2013)
ALISON .U.K (2013)
Diploma in Statistics
Uni People, Institution accredited Diploma in Public Health
to Manchester Metropolitan
Disaster Management and Planning
University,U.K ( 2012)
HIV/AIDS
Evaluation of interventions
Evidence Based Practices
Biostatistics
Health Promotion
Uni People (2012), Institution
accredited to Manchester
Metropolitan University,U.K

Copper belt University(2009)

Certificate in Public Health With concentration in


a. Evaluation of Interventions with emphasis on Quantitative
methodologies, Change theory evaluation , Participatory
evaluation, experimental and Quasi experimental designs, Result
Chain formulation, logic frame and logic theory
b. Evidence Based Practice with concentration on Systematic
review, cross section, observation, Randomised controlled
Treatment, Case Control study design review. Data collection
and searching strategies, Reviewing published papers
c. Biostatistics with concentration on path analysis, multi
regression, SEM, Exploratory Data Analysis, ARIMA, ANOVA,
MANOVA, GML, factor analysis.
d. Health Promotion: cultural, social and economic determinants
of health
Pursued BSc Agro forestry / Thesis on Assessing whether
establishment of communal enterprise can enhance community
participation in the management of Natural Resource Management.

a. 2011 Certificate of achievement in Global Health and achieved the meritorious level courses Level I, from
the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
-HIV/AAIDS Surveillance course,

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-The economic Evaluation Basics course,


-Demographic and Health Surveys: Data use
-The Data Quality Assurance Course,
- M&E Fundamentals course,
- Socio economic and Gender Analysis Training Workshop
-M&E Frameworks
- Global Health Positioning surveillance for Health
- HIV/AIDS Basic
Data Use for Program Managers
SPSS Training by FAO and Ministry of MTNER (2004)
5. Language Fluent: English Bemba, Nyanja, Kikaonde
6. Employment
Institution
Position Held
Cavendish
Part Time Lecturer - Quantitative
University
Data Analysis using SPSS
Cavendish
University

Post Grad M&E


Masters of Business
Administration
Masters of Project Management

Cavendish
University

QUANTITATIVE DATA
ANALYSIS USING SPSS
TRAINER
MODULE WRITTER

Cavendish
University

Institution
Civil Society
MDG Campaign

Functions
Analysing data for MBA , PROJECT MANAGEMENT & POST
GRAD M&E students data
- Supervising data analysis using SPSS
Descriptive Stat
Exploratory Data Analysis
Factor Analysis/ Exploratory Factor Analysis
Bivariate Correlation
Regression ,Multiple &SEM( using AMOS)
ANCOVA,MANOVA, ANOVA, Parametric and Non Parametric
tests
Bootstrapping
Cross tabulation, Chi-square, Reliability testing for both Scale
composite variables and categorical variables
Basic analysis of tracking indicators using logical framework.
This include assessing program achievement using the actual
and expected
Trained Lecturers on how to analyze RESEARCH findings
quantitatively using SPSS
Data Analysis using SPSS for Project Management
undergraduate students

Roles
To write proposals to potential donors
To write reports on behalf of the campaign.
To prepare petitions on various matters encompassing
MDGs issues in the country
To prepare and manage events for the campaign,
including organising MDG races for Kitwe, and Lusaka.
This was in collaboration with the United Nation Country
office, Global call to Action against Poverty
To conduct advocacy campaigns with the National

Position Held
Program
Manager

Year
2008 2010

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Africare under
the project
called Forestry
Resource
Management
Project(FRMP)

BWALO
GLOBAL
DEVELOPMENT
TRUST

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Coordinator
To conduct evaluations of the campaigns
To prepare and organise MDG youth movement. This
entailed working with the Youth United Nation
Environmental Net work based at the United Nation
Information Centre
To participate in the Development of Kick Out Poverty
Campaign. This was being championed by 12 civil
society organisations including Oxfam
Facilited the staging of Stand up Campaign. This was
being championed by 13 civil society including UNDP,
country office
To coordinate the implementation of the Social
economic Survey, in Luapula Province
To work with District Facilitors and District Forestry
Officers to implement community based forestry
management interventions
To work with District Forestry Officers and District
Facilitators to mobilize and train community members
in various income generating ventures
To participate in the implementation of the Participatory
Rural Appraisals ,Rural Rapid Appraisal among other
qualitative tools
To train and supervise data entry clerks, in the entering,
and cleaning of Social economic survey data.
Training of young reproductive health advocates for
BWALO GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT TRUST

Intern
Facilitator for
Luapula
Province

2004 - 2005

Program
Manager
Consultant

2009

CONSULTANCY WORKS
Consultant for Global Climate Change Partnership U.K, Developing a Monitoring and Evaluation module.
Developed M&E tool for monitoring Output, outcome, context, Input, Planning, and Process. This is being done
in collaboration with the Research Equilibrium of U.K
Name of assignment or project: to analyze the Needs Assessment for Capacity building Monitoring and
Evaluation initiative for AFRICA NATURE PROGRAMME for 20 Anglophone speaking countries.
Year: 2011, Location: Lusaka Zambia. Client: Africa Nature Program & UNESCO, Positions held: Quantitative
Data Analyst (SPSS).
2011 Contracted to analyze the Needs Assessment for Capacity building initiative for AFRICA NATURE
PROGRAMME for 20 Anglophone speaking countries.
Name of assignment or project: Training journalists on media MDG monitoring in both the print and
electronic media. Year: 2010. Location: Lusaka Province. Client: Media Network for Children
Positions held: MDG Monitoring consultant.
Training journalists on media MDG monitoring in both the print and electronic media. It involved among other
things training them how to use various participatory M&E methods to evaluate story report on MDGs in the
media. (Qualitative and quantitative data
Name of assignment or project: Project Reduction of Nutritional Vulnerability (PRUVEN), Year: 2010,
Location: Lusaka Province, Client: ACTION AID Zambia, Positions held: SPSS Specialist Consultant

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SPSS Specialist for the action aid Zambia under the project line project for the Reduction of Nutritional
Vulnerability (PRUVEN), M&E section. This involved analyzing project outcome to establish the project
performance at the end of the project. Development of indicators for the second phase of the project. The
project staff together with the Community Based Organization
Name of assignment or project: Consultative Workshop on the formulation of National Fundraising
strategic plan for MDG Advocacy Campaign Civil Society Organisations in Zambia
Year: 2010, Location: Lusaka Province, Client: United National Millennium Campaign. Positions held:
United Nations Millennium Campaign Reportour for the formulation of National Fundraising Strategy for
Zambia held at Chrismar Hotel
United Nations Millennium Campaign raportour, to cover the entire fundraising strategy workshop and compile
a consolidated report, on behalf of 40 Civil Society Organizations and NGOs
Name of assignment or project: community climate change Justice Hearing in Five provinces of Zambia, to
ascertain the impact of climate change on various peoples livelihoods in the selected parts of Zambia, Year:
2004, Location: Lusaka, Central, Copper belt and Southern Province
Client: GCAP Global, Positions held: Consultant/ Project Assistant Director
Conducted a community climate change Justice Hearing in Five provinces of Zambia, to ascertain the impact of
climate change on various people livelihoods in the selected parts of Zambia. Participatory Research
methodologies were employed, among them were, Focus group discussion, Key informants, review of
literature, case studies and climate change reports.
Name of assignment or project: Aassessing the Fisheries potential of Lake Itezhi Itezhi and the
Traditional Fishing in Kafue National Park and the associated Socio economics Year: 2007
Location: Villages living in Kafue National Park Game Management Area Client: Africare Zambia, People
Partnership with Nature and ZAWA- Research Consultant. Positions held: Research Consultant/ SPSS
analysts
To assess the Fisheries potential of Lake Itezhi Itezhi and the Traditional Fishing in Kafue National Park and
the associated Socio economics.
-Analyzing the socio economics, livelihood frameworks and strategies for the local people, copping strategies
and also assessing the conflicts that exist between the fishermen and tour operators.
-Interview ZAWA officers (ecologist), Forestry officers, Headmen, tour operators, and the community members.
Tools used included PRA, PLA, Focus group discussion, and Key informants discussion, Review of secondary
data, Ministry policy paper and documents.
- Writing technical report and submit it to the Working group (ZAWA regional Managers)
Name of assignment or project: Conducted a study to establish the population density of fish in Lake
Itezhi Itezhi ,Year: 2006, Location: Kafue National Park and Villages surrounding lake Itezhi, southern
Province ,Client: People Partnership with Nature- Zambia Wild life Agency, Positions held: Research
Consultant/SPSS Analysts.
Main Consultant sub contracted by PNP. Conducted a study to establish the population density of fish in Lake
Itezhi itezhi for the consultancy firm called People Nature partnership Interviewing Fisheries department,
ZAWA, Council officers and the University of Zambia, Fisheries department.
Name of assignment or project: Assessing the establishing Market linkages for the Non Wood Forest
Products in Lusaka Province, Year: 2006, Location: Lusaka Province, Client: Forestry Environmental Vision
Consultancy and BANKO, Positions held: Assistant Researcher consultant
Research Consultant Carried out a study, to analyze the Market linkages for the Non Wood Forest Products in
Lusaka province, Zambia. This exercise involved interviewing the crafts maker, weavers, market traders of Non
Wood Forest Products around Kafue and Lusaka. Tools used included the Participatory Monitoring and
Evaluation methodologies like the most significant Change (MSC), PRAs, PLA e.t.c
Name of assignment or project: Social Economic Survey for FRMP/PFU, Year: 2005, Location: Luapula and

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North Western Provinces Involving 14 districts), Client: Project Facilitation Unity (Ministry of Tourism,
Natural Environment and Resource
Main project features: ositions held: SPSS Consultant/ Data Analyst
2005 Project Facilitation Unity (Ministry of Tourism, Natural Environment and Resource)
SPSS Consultant to analysis Social Economic Survey for the fourteen Working areas from both Luapula and
North Western Province
Name of assignment or project; Assessing the contribution of Forestry Sector to the National treasury
(GDP), Year: 2005, Location: Luangwa and chongwe District . Client: Forest Environmental Vision
Consultancy . Positions held: Intern Facilitator
Research Consultant for FEVCO conducted a study on the Forestry sector contribution to the national
economy. It involved assessing peoples livelihood strategies to enhance better livelihood outcomes, assessed
how people harnesses livelihood outcomes by making use of the available assets in the community. This
involve interviewing carpenters, collectors of Non wood Forest Products ,makers of curiors from selected
communities, officials from the ministry of Agriculture, Forestry department, saw millers and owners and
officials from revenue collectors. Tools used included PRA, PLA, Focus group discussion, Key informants
discussion, Review of secondary data, Ministry policy paper and documents

Referees
Masters in Public Health Dissertation Suppervisor
Professor Seter Siziya
Copperbelt University
School of Medicine
Ndola Campus
Mobile +260 955 752 646
Work Referees
Mr Hikachila Clement
Dean of Studies Cavendish University
P.o. Box 34625
Lusaka
Mobile 0979 1531 01
Mr Mwamulowa Kagosi

Acting Director East Central


National Heritage Conservation Commission
Dedani Kimathi Road
Box 320013
Lusaka
Zambia.

Mobile +260 977 500 243


Dr Thomas Dowing

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Global Climate Adaptation Partnership (GCAP)


Suite F7 | Oxford Centre for Innovation
| New Road | Oxford | OX1 1BY | UK
T: +44 (0)1865 261425 |
M: +44 (0)7790 155687 |
F: +44 (0)1865 261401
www.ClimateAdaptation.cc
| www.AdaptationAcademy.org

CURRICULUM VITAE FOR PARTICIPATING STAFF


1. Family name: Tumbama
2. First name: Lewis
3. Date of Birth: 21.03.1978
4. Nationality: Zambian
5. Marital Status: Married
6. Education:
Institution (Date from- date to)
University of South Africa, (Started)

Qualification(s) obtained
MSC Environmental Management (By
thesis/distance learning)
University of Zambia (1999 - 2004)
BSW
(Social
Work)/Development
Economics/Studies with upper Merit
Serenje Boys Tech. Secondary School, Junior Secondary Certificate & General
Central Province, Zambia. (1992 - 1996)
Certificate of Education/Grade 12
Certificate.
7.

Language skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - excellent; 5 - basic)

Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

English

Nyanja

Bemba`

Tonga

Lenje

Soli

Sala

Ila

Kaonde

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8. Membership of Professional Bodies:


Associate Member of the Water and Sanitation Association of Zambia (WASAZA),
Full member of the Impact Assessment Association of Zambia (Housed within Zambia
Environmental Management Agency)
9. Other skills: (e.g., Computer Literacy etc):
Microsoft Office,
Excel,
Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS).

10. Key Qualifications


Lewis holds a Bachelors Degree in Social Work and Development Economics/Studies from the
University of Zambia with concentrations in Community Development and Change, Monitoring
and Evaluation, Social Planning, Social Research, Social Welfare and Development economics.
Lewis is more of a socio-economic specialist/Social Impact Assessment for Sustainable
Development, Environmental Impact Assessment projects/Studies and has an accumulated work
experience of about 8 years in Consultancy work, particularly participating in conducting qualitative
baselines, Social and Environmental Impact Assessments,Mine Environmental Audits (Surface and
Underground),Trunk,district and Rural road socio-economic Baselines and impact assessments and
Evaluative Community-Based Social Researches in both Rural and Urban Areas of Zambia.
Currently, Lewis is the Zambian/National Resettlement Expert on the preparation of the
Resettlement Action Plan for the Lusaka Water Supply, Sanitation and Drainage Project under
TETRATECH/Millenium Challenge Account Zambia.
As a Socio-Economic,Cultural, and Environmental Consultant, Lewis has been exposed to diverse
cultural settings across all the provinces and 97% of the districts of Zambia and has so far
facilitated more than 450 different community meetings, mainly to do with social and
environmental issues/impacts that are as a result of different development activities/projects taking
place within their immediate environments. He is therefore very familiar with the use of different
Participatory Tools.
Between early 2009 and end of 2010, Lewis was involved in a Country-Wide study on Poverty and
/Socio-Economic Assessments along Feeder, Trunk and District Roads in all the provinces of
Zambia (Zambias first set of studies to ascertain the impact of rural roads on community
socio-economic wellbeing under EU /RDA funded Output and Performance Related Road
Contracts (OPRC) Programme). In this study, Lewis had been leading in Community and other
Stakeholder Consultations and had so far (on this exercise), conducted more than 70 community
and other stakeholder consultations using different participatory methodologies.
Further, Lewis has been engaged (Oct 2010- January/February 2012) as a socio-economic specialist
on an Integrated Development Plans Project for two (2) districts (Mufumbwe and Kabompo) in the

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NorthWestern Province of Zambia. In light of the Town and Country Planning Act, Cap 283 of the
Laws of Zambia, this comprehensive assignment involved preparation of settlement plans that
would effectively guide the growth and development of the two small towns/districts with potential
of serious mining activities.
His work experience dates back to 2001 when Lewis started participating in social research projects
under internship arrangements whilst studying at the University of Zambia. Since 2001, Lewis has
worked with different consulting firms and individual consultants on a number of projects across
Zambia. Since graduation from the University, Lewis has never worked in full time employment for
a long time and is currently a free lance development Consultant.

ACCOMPLISHED ASSIGNMENTS/ON-Going
1. March-May 2013, Socio-economic Impact Evaluation of Urban Markets in Lusaka and Copperbelt
Provinces under ASCO/European Union.
2. April-May 2013, Preparation of 2 Environmental Project Brief Reports for PRL Projects for the
construction of the Manganese processing plant in Serenje and Mining in Mansa.
3. April-May 2013, preparation of 2 Environmental Project Brief Reports for Dangote Industries for
limestone prospecting in Lusaka East
4. February- Today, 2013, Preparation of a Socio-economic component and identification of
potentially affected households, farms and gardens and business places / for Environmental
Impact Assessment Report for the Climate Resilient Programme of selected roads in the Kafue
Basin (Kalomo

District- Kalomo to Dundumwezi (75.25km, Namwala to Itezhi-Tezhi


D180 (52km, Itezhi-Tezhi to Dundumwezi through Ngoma and Nanzhila (124km)

5. October 2012- on going, Under Tetratech/Millenium Challenge Account Contracted as National


Resettlement Specialist on the preparation of the Resettlement Action Plan- for the Lusaka Water
Supply, Drainage and Sanitation Project.
6. October December, 2012, Zambia Agriculture Research Institute (ZARI), Chilanga/World Bank,
Preparation of a Resettlement Policy Framework for the Agricultural Productivity Programme for
Southern Africa (APPSA).
7. September 2012, Preparation of 4 Environmental Project Brief Reports for mineral Exploration in
Central and Northern provinces of Zambia for Afro Asia Mining Ltd.

8. September 2012 Preparation of an Abbreviated Resettlement Plan for the 168km EU


Funded Mpika Chinsali (T2 road).
9. September 2012, Preparation of the Resettlement Policy Framework for the Zambia
Agriculture Research Institutte.

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10. September 2012 Preparation of an Abbreviated Resettlement Plan for the Kanyenda Farm
Ltd under Greenline Consulting Ltd.
11. 2012 July - August, Socio-Economist,- Zhonghui Mining, Kalulushi District. Farm and
Household Survey/Resettlement Action Plan, for the proposed Underground Mine in
Ichimpe Forest.
12. Kasempa Foundry Limited Preparation of 2 Environmental Project Brief Reports for
mineral exploration in North Western province of Zambia.
13. 2012 July - Sept, Socio-Economist,- TYPSA/ASCO Engineering, Mpika and Chinsali
Districts. Environmental Impact Assessment for the rehabilitation of the 168km MpikaChinsali stretch of the Nakonde Kapiri road.(COMESA/EU Funded, RDA project)
14. 2012 March- May Consultant Deephole Mining,Brightstar -Donzam Mining, Preparation
of 10 Environmental Project Brief Reports for mineral exploration in Southern, Central,
Eastern, Copperbelt and North Western provinces, of Zambia.
15. 2012 April- Socio-Economist,- ZMAT,Zambia Limited, Masaiti District. Environmental
Impact Assessment for the proposed Lime Plant.
16. 2012, (Feb-todate) Xiangguang Mining LTD, Mazabuka and Serenje districts,. Preparation of
three Environmental Project Brief Reports for mineral exploration in Chief
Mwanachingwala and Chief Mailo s areas respectively.
17. 2012 Feb- Consultant, - Fairfield Commodities, Zambia Limited, Lusaka Industrial Area,
Environmental Brief for the proposed Biscuit Plant.
18. 2012 Feb- Socio-Economist,- Zhonghui Mining Group,Zambia Limited, Kalulushi District.
Environmental Impact Assessment for the proposed Ichimpe Underground Mine.
19. 2012 Jan, Socio-Economist,- Greenline Consultancy/Golden Lay Farm/Kanyenda Farms,
Mpongwe District. Environmental Impact Assessment for the proposed 600Ha soya beans,
maize farm.
20. 2011, (October -November) RV Ventures/METMIN LTD, Masaiti district, Copperbelt
Zambia. Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief Report for Lime Stone exploration
in Chief Chiwala area.
21. 2011,(October to December),Lead Consultant/Coordinator,- Xue Jiang Timber Co Ltd,
Petauke District, Chief Sandwe, in Sandwe Open Forest, Eastern, Zambia. Environmental
Impact Assessment for the timber Harvesting project.
22. 2011, (October to November), Socio-Economic Sub-Consultant,ZENITH
Consulting/Mazabuka Municipal Council, Mazabuka District, Southern, Zambia.
Environmental Impact Assessment for the Council Housing Estate project.

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23. 2011, Chantete/Grizzly Mine, Lufwanyama District, Copperbelt, Zambia. Socio-economic


component of the EIS for the mine open pit.
24. 2011, Bendu Transport Ltd- Ndola district, Copperbelt Zambia. Preparation of the 3
Environmental Project Brief Reports for Waste
Rock Dump Reclamation on former
Bwanamkubwa Waste Rock Dumps.
25. 2011,(June to December) Dangote Industries - Masaiti District, Copperbelt, Zambia.
Implementation of the Resettlement Action Plan.
26. 2011, Handman Paradise Masaiti District, Copperbelt, Zambia.Implementation of the
Resettlement Action Plan
27. 2010/ 2011, GITEC/BICON Zambia. Southern Province of Zambia , Preparation of two
comprehensive Environmental Project Brief Reports for the spot rehabilitation of feeder
roads in Southern Province under the Rural Transport and Poverty Reduction Programme
funded by the German Development Bank (KfW Development Bank )
28. 2011
JICA/NTC Intl. Lusaka Desk Review and compilation of a report on
communities and Sustainable use and management of Dambos in Zambia.
29. 2010 / 2011 ASCO Z Ltd Mufumbwe and Kabompo Districts, North Western Province
Contracted to carry out a Socio-Economic study on an Integrated Development Plans
Project for two (2) districts (Mufumbwe and Kabompo) in the NorthWestern Province of
Zambia.
30. 2009 ,2010 Dangote/JA ConsultantMasaiti District, Copperbelt Province
Subcontracted
to carry out a Socio-Economic Study of the Environmental Impact Assessment including a
Resettlement Action Plan
31. 2010, ASCO Z Ltd , Northern, Southern, Luapula, North Western, Central and Western
Provinces
Socio-economic
monitoring
of
the
impact
of
road
improvement/development in 9 districts
32. 2010
AGRI OPTIONS Ltd, Mkushi Farm Block, Mkushi, Central Province, Zambia
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief report for the Soya and Wheat Milling
Plants in Mkushi Farm Block, Mkushi
33. 2010 , HANDMANS PARADISE, Masaiti District, Copperbelt Province
Subcontracted
to carry a Socio-Economic Study of the Environmental Impact Assessment including a
Resettlement Action Plan.
34. 2009 / 2010
JICA/NTC Intl. Southern, Lusaka, Central and Copperbelt Provinces
Contracted to do a Strategic Environmental Assessment (Environment and Social

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Considerations) among 8 Irrigation Schemes in Southern, Lusaka, Central and Copperbelt


Provinces
35. 2009/ 2010, JA Consultancy, Mulungwa, Maamba, Southern Province Subcontracted to
Prepare a Resettlement Action Plan for the proposed Coal Mine.
36. 2009/ 2010 SHARMA Bro Intl. Mufumbwe District, North-Western Province Contracted
to prepare an Environmental Impact Assessment for the timber Harvesting project in
Mufumbwe District in North Western Province
37. 2009 ZHONGHUI MINING, Mwinilunga District
Environmental Project
Report for the mining exploration activities in the above District for 9 Licences

Brief

38. 2009, ZAMBIA GOLDCOMMON, Lufwanyama, Masaiti and Mpongwe Districts,


Copperbelt Province Contracted to prepare 7 Environmental Project Brief reports for mine
exploration works in Copperbelt Province
39. 2008 / 2009 ASCO Z Ltd. All the Nine (9) Provinces of Zambia Socio-economic Baseline &
Monitoring Assessments of Feeder, District & Truck Roads in all 9 provinces of Zambia
40. 2008/ 2009 KAIZEN CONSULTING Lusaka Chirundu Road
Subcontracted
prepare an Environmental Project Brief for the expansion of Lusaka Chirundu Road.

to

41. 2008/ 2009 KAIZEN CONSULTING Lusaka


Subcontracted
to
prepare
a
Resettlement Action Plan Framework for the Japanese International Cooperation Agency
(JICA) for the Ring Roads in Lusaka.
42. 2008 /2009 GOLDEN ELEPHANTS LTD, Mumbwa District, Central Province
Preparation of Environmental Project Briefs for 7 Mining Licences in 4 Chiefdoms in
Mumbwa District
43. 2008 KAIZEN CONSULTING, Kabwe Town,former ZCCM Mine plant area, Central
Province Mine Environmental Audit for Sable Zinc Mine.
44. 2008 NGOLO MINE LTD, Mumbwa District
proposed Copper Mine

Environmental Project Brief for the

45. 2008 / 2009 JA CONSULTANCY/ZAMBEZI SAW MILLS Kazungula/Sesheke


Districts, Southern/western Province Environmental Impact Assessment for the Timber
Harvesting project in Nachitwe and Likuni Forests in Chief Moombas area in the Mulobezi
Game Management Area
46. 2008 JA CONSULTANCY Kalomo District, Southern Province Environmental Audit of
Kariba Minerals in Mapatizya gemstone area

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47. 2008 JA CONSULTANCY, Kitwe and Mufulira Districts, Copperbelt Province


Mine
Environmental Audits for the Nkana and Mufulira Mines in Kitwe and Mufulira towns.
48. 2007 JA CONSULTANCY Mufulira District, Copperbelt Province
for the operations of African Explosives Limited

Environmental Audit

49. 2007 JA CONSULTANCY Luanshya District, Copperbelt Province Mine Environmental


Audit for the Decommissioned Luanshya Copper Mine, Baluba (operational) and the new
Muliashi Mine.
50. 2007 JA CONSULTANCY Kalulushi District, Copperbelt Province Mine Environmental
Audit for the Chibuluma South and decommissioned Chibuluma West Mines
51. 2007 JA CONSULTANCY Kabwe Town,former ZCCM Mine plant area, Central Province
Mine Environmental Audit for Sable Zinc Mine.
52. 2007
JA CONSULTANCY, Lufwanyama District, Copperbelt Province Mine
Environmental Audit for the Grizzly Emerald Mine in Lufwanyama District.
53. 2007 SEAM INVESTMENT LTD ,Lunga Luswishi Game Management Area, Kasempa
District, North Western Province Environmental Project Brief for the proposed copper
mine in the Lunga Luswishi Game management Area
54. 2007 GLOBAL ENV. CONSULT- Mpongwe District, Copperbelt province Environmental
Impact Assessment for the 12,000Ha Jatropha/Bio-fuel plantation and the processing
Factory
55. 2007 KAIZEN CONSULTING - Chingola Solwezi districts extending to Lumwana
Environmental Impact Assessment for the proposed construction of the North Western Rail
line from Chingola to Lumwana in Solwezi district
56. 2007 KAIZEN CONSULTING/ZULU BARROW - Lundazi, Katete, Chipata, Chongwe
and Choma districts
Environmental project Briefs for about 56 Feeder Roads in the
above districts
57. 2006 KAIZEN CONSULTING - 2007 Kabwe Town.
Public Disclosure of the Kabwe
Scoping and Design Study on Lead and Zinc Contamination in Kabwe .
58. 2006 KAIZEN CONSULTING /ASCO Z LTD - Chirundu Border, Chirundu-Siavonga
District, Zambia.Conducting an Environmental Impact Assessment for the construction of
the Chiawa Bridge across the Kafue River.
59. 2006 ASCO Z LTD - North Western Province.
Conducting a Baseline and Monitoring
assessment of the M8 Road in North-Western province.

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60. 2006 KAIZEN CONSULTING - Mazabuka, Southern Province, Zambia. Environmental


Impact Assessment of the expansion of the Sugar Cane plantation and the Factory.
61. 2006 /2006
KAIZEN CONSULTING /BICON Z LTD - Livingstone, Southern
Province, ZambiaEnvironmental Impact Assessment of the construction of the Mosi-oaTunya hotel and Golf Estate in Mosio-oa-Tunya National Park.
62. 2006 KAIZEN CONSULTING- Luanshya, Copperbelt Province, Zambia Environmental
project brief for the Lufubu appropriate technology pilot project /an iron processing plant
in Luanshya.
63. 2006 KAIZEN CONSULTING - Chief Kopas area, Mpika, Northern Province
Environmental Impact Assessment for the 25 Hectares Muma Palm Oil Plantation in
Mpika district, Northern Province.
64. 2006, KAIZEN CONSULTING - Chirundu Border town. Environmental
Assessment of the construction of Sewer Reticulation System in Chirundu.

Impact

Certification:
I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, these data correctly describe
me, my qualifications, and my experience.
Lewis Tumbama____Date: 23.05.13
Sign:
REFEREES
1. Mr. John Murphy, Director, ASCO Consulting Engineers, Box 31340 Lsk, phone
+260211 256412
2. Dr.Augustus Kapungwe,University of Zambia,School of Humanities,Dept.of Social
Development
Studies,
P.O.BOX
32379,
Lusaka;
emailkapungweaugustus@yahoo.com,cell:0979390227, +260211 290 020
3. Dr.Lawrence Mukuka,email: mukukacdm@yahoo.com,cell: +260 966437926

CURRICULUM VITAE

1. Name:

Mwale Peter

2. 2. Date of birth: 14.01.1980


3. 3. Marital Status:

Married

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4. 4. Profession:

Environmental Protection

5. 5. Nationality:

Zambian

6. 6. Contact Address: P.O. Box 38962, Lusaka.


Email: mwalepeter@gmail.com
Mobile Phone: +260 967 209 266
7. 7. Education
2002-2008

Specialist Degree in Environmental Protection Engineering from


St Petersburg State Polytechnic University. St Petersburg, Russia.

1993-1997

Ordinary Level School Certificate. Serenje Boys Technical


Secondary School.

8. Work Experience
2009-To Date:
Position:
Responsibilities:

Greenfield Consult, Lusaka


Environmentalist
Preparation of; Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), Strategic
Impact
Assessments (SEA), Environmental Project Briefs
(EPB), Resettlement Action Plans (RAP), and Research in
Environmental assessments and HIV/AIDS
Accomplished projects and assignments include:
Date:
June, 2012
Project:
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for a Health Clinic
in Mutendere East. Chibabe Health Clinic, Lusaka.
Date:
May, 2012
Project:
Preparation of an Environmental Project for a mineral water and
soft drinks bottling plant. Explorers Mineral Water, Petauke.
Date:
May, 2012
Project:
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for a Biscuit
Factory. Zayaan Investments. Lusaka
Date:
April, 2012
Project:
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for a Paper
Recycling Plant. Mr Eggtray, Lusaka.
Date:
April, 2012
Project:
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief mineral exploration
activities in Serenje District. Xiangguang Mining Zambia Ltd.
Date:
February, 2012 to date
Project:
Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement for
Downtowns Four Star Hotel. Downtown Investments, Lusaka.
Date:
November, 2011 to date
Project:
Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement for Timber
Harvesting Activities in Sandwe Chiefdom, Petauke. Xue Ziang
Corporation.
Date:
March, 2011

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Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for a sweet


manufacturing factory in Lusaka. Galaxy Confectionaries Ltd,
Lusaka.
September, 2011
Preparation of Environmental Project Briefs for mineral
exploration activities in Mwanya and Chitungulu Chiefdoms in
Lundazi District. Xiangguang Mining Zambia Ltd.
May, 2010
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for Wheat, Maize
and Soybeans processing plant. Agri Options Limited, Mkushi
Farm block.
February, 2010
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for Exploration
Activities in Rufusa area of Chongwe District. Adventure
Resources Limited, Lusaka.
February, 2010
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for the proposed
Brother Willys Filling Station in Petauke District. Brother Willys
Motel, Petauke.
December, 2009 - January, 2010
Preparation of Strategic Environmental Assesment (SEA) for the
Master Plan for Promotion Irrigated Agriculture for Small Holders
in Peri-urban Areas in Zambia (Southern, Lusaka, Central and
Copperbelt Provinces).
JICA/ NTC
INTERNATIONAL
May, 2009 December, 2009
Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for
Timber harvesting activities in Mufumbwe Local Forest,
Mufumbwe District.
Sharma Brothers International,
Kitwe.
November, 2009
Research Assistant for the preparation of a Resettlement Action
Plan (RAP) in Misundu and Chiwala areas of Masaiti District. JA
Consultancy/Dangote Cement
November, 2009
Research Assistant for the preparation of a Resettlement Action
Plan for the proposed Coal Mine Activities in the Mulungwa
Basin, Maamba, Sinazongwe District. JA Consultany/
Indongo/Ngolo Coal Mine
October, 2009
Preparation of Environmental Project Brief Report for the
proposed Fuel Service Station, Mkushi District. Alpha Enterprise,
Mkushi District
September, 2009

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Project:

Date:
Project:
Date:
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Date:
Project:

Date:
Project:
Date:
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Date:
Position:

Responsibilities:

Preparation of Environmental Project Brief Report for the


proposed Fuel Service Station, Lukulu District. Mayashi
Investments.
July, 2009
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief report for the
Brewery Plant in Lusaka. CHAT Milling Ltd, Lusaka.
June, 2009
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for Roofing Tiles
manufacturing project. Zambian White Rhino, Lusaka
May, 2009
Preparation of seven (7) Mining Exploratation Environmental
Project Briefs for the Lufwanyama and Masaiti Districts. Zambian
Goldcommon Resources.
May, 2009
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for the paper
recycling project. Asopalav Investments, Lusaka
February March, 2009
Preparation of an Environmental Project Brief for the production
of CDs. Suppershine Investment, Lusaka.
July, 2006 Febuary, 2007
Trainee Engineer at Russian Ministry of Natural Resources,
Department of Water Resources Management of Neva-Ladoga
Water Basin, St Petersburg. St.Petersburg, Russia.
- Getting acquainted with the operations of the Russian Ministry of
Natural Resources.
-

Getting acquainted with the Russian Environmental Protection Policy


Act of 2000.

Getting acquainted with matters relating to environmental


conservation, protection and pollution control of Neva-Ladoga water
basin.

Getting acquainted with the monitoring trends in the use of natural


resources of Neva-Ladoga water basin and their impact on the
environment.

9. Language skills: (1 to 5)
Language
Russian
English
Chewa
Bemba
10. Community Activities:

Reading
Good
Excellent
Fair
Fair

Speaking
Good
Excellent
Fair
Fair

Writing
Good
Excellent
Fair
Fair

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2003 2007

President, Students for Christ (SFC), St Petersburg.

2005 2006

Projects Coordinator, Zambian Students Union in St Petersburg.

11. Computer skills

All Microsoft Windows Operating Systems (OS)

Microsoft Office (All versions)

MathCAD

MathLAB

AutoCAD

Photographing,

Playing and watching football

Reading and writing

Travelling

12. Hobbies:

13. REFERENCES
Mr. Lewis Elijah
Tumbama,
Principal Consultant,
Greenield Consult,
P.O. Box 38962,
Lusaka.
Cell: +260 977 435 098
Email:
tumbama@gmail.com

Mr. Chola Abel Mwitwa,


Manager- Planning and
Policy,
Zambia Development
Agency,
P.O. Box 30819,
Lusaka,
Zambia.
Tel: +260 -211-220177
Email :
cholamwitwa@yahoo.com

Mrs. Ruth Chanda,


Accountant,
Ministry of Agriculture
and Cooperatives,
P.O. Box 50197,
Lusaka,
Zambia.
Cell: +260 97794838
E-mail:
kumwenda2004@yahoo.co
m

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Certification:
I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge, the above information
correctly describe me, my qualifications and my experience.

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