Providing safe water and sanitation in Mantapala Refugee Settlement Camp

Take a journey with us through World Vision's Zambia Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) programme in Mantapala Refugee settlement camp in Nchelenge District in this video. Nixon Phiri, World Vision's WASH Coordinator in Zambia explains the impact that our interventions are having in helping people at the camp.

Background

Majority of the 81,776 refugees in Zambia live in one of the three refugee settlements in Mayukwayukwa (14,571), Meheba (24,151) and Mantapala (14,720) as well as in the capital Lusaka (15,930). The influx of Congolese refugees during the second half of 2017 led to the establishment of the Mantapala Integrated Refugee Settlement in January 2018, while Meheba and Mayukwayukwa were established in 1971 and 1966 respectively.

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