Restless Development Zambia is a nationally registered Non-Government Organization operating since 2003. Here is an overview of our projects.
Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future Project. O3 is a project funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency [SIDA] through UNESCO aimed at strengthening the implementation of comprehensive sexuality education [CSE]. Implemented by the Malcom Moffat College of Education and Restless Development, the O3 project executes CSE through the development of well trained teachers in Central …
The Tikambe Youth Media, ”Let’s talk” programme, helps the young people have a voice, gain life skills, and attain an understanding of their sexual reproductive health rights (SRHR).
Do you want to make sure your organization, development programmes and policies are responsive to the needs of young people? Do you feel it’s important to harness the capacities of young people? If yes, then Restless Experts is what you need.
The project is being delivered through the epicenter approach which aims at empowering women, men, and young people living in rural communities to become agents of their own development and make sustainable progress in overcoming hunger and poverty.
The Youth Participation in COVID-19 governance is a youth-led accountability and governance project that facilitates a dialogue between Government, local authorities and young citizens.
The Ishiwi “My Voice” programme helps to equip young people with the knowledge and skills they need to understand their democratic rights.
The Ubunonshi ”Youth Empowerment” programme helps to ensure that young people have the skills, knowledge, and the support they need to succeed in life.
This new study is looking at how climate change impacts the lives of young people. What are young people doing to mitigate the effects of climate change upon their lives and their communities? We are also looking at how young people can be helped to overcome this challenge.
Researching the availability of opportunity and engagement for young people living in Africa. We believe that young people are experts in their own experience. They have the energy, and professionalism to speak for themselves. That’s why we believe in youth-led research. This exciting two month participatory research project was executed by a group of 12 …