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Lumwana approves K4 bn for community development

Lumwana approves K4 bn for community development

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THE Lumwana Mining Company (LMC) has approved more than K4 billion for community infrastructure development in three chiefdoms of Solwezi.

Acting LMC managing director Pirre Louw revealed this at the weekend at Mutanda Community Centre in Solwezi during the launch of three projects in Mumena, Matebo and Mukumbi chiefdoms.

Mr Louw said in a speech read for him by LMC sustainability manager, Brenda Tambatamba that the mine’s vision was to promote diversification of the local economy through robust business development initiatives.

“Lumwana Mining Company is today (September 5 2005) launching three projects that will run concurrently and are poised to change the face of three chiefdoms in question,” he said.

He named the projects, all in Solwezi West Constituency, as vocational multi-skills apprenticeship training, local agri-food innovators (AFI) programme and Lumwana Development Trust Fund (LDTF).

The proposed investment for the multi-sills apprenticeship targeting 150 beneficiaries representing 22 organisations, mostly run by women, is K425 million, while the proposed investment for the AFI project is K445 million for the first six months of its launch.

“Analysis of the smallholder farmers’ operations has shown that though the farmers have the capacity to produce more than they currently are, they are constrained by factors such as access to market information, appropriate production technology, inhibiting regulatory environment and lack of financial services,” he said.

And on the social development front, on which more than K4 billion would be spent, LMC through LDTF, managed by the land use development planning committee comprising the provincial administration, had also agreed to fund 19 projects.

An initial amount of K1.3 billion would be spent on local community infrastructure and business projects, comprising 14 schools, two health centres and three community welfare centres.

And District Commissioner Albert Chifita applauded the gesture by LMC, saying the Government needed partners in development, as it could not do everything on its own.

Deputy mayor, Fanwell Kabozya also thanked LMC saying the local authority was ready to partner with companies that wanted to improve the welfare of the people.
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Lumwana approves K4 bn for community development
Lumwana approves K4 bn for community development

By Times Reporter

THE Lumwana Mining Company (LMC) has approved more than K4 billion for community infrastructure development in three chiefdoms of Solwezi.

Acting LMC managing director Pirre Louw revealed this at the weekend at Mutanda Community Centre in Solwezi during the launch of three projects in Mumena, Matebo and Mukumbi chiefdoms.

Mr Louw said in a speech read for him by LMC sustainability manager, Brenda Tambatamba that the mine’s vision was to promote diversification of the local economy through robust business development initiatives.

“Lumwana Mining Company is today (September 5 2005) launching three projects that will run concurrently and are poised to change the face of three chiefdoms in question,” he said.

He named the projects, all in Solwezi West Constituency, as vocational multi-skills apprenticeship training, local agri-food innovators (AFI) programme and Lumwana Development Trust Fund (LDTF).

The proposed investment for the multi-sills apprenticeship targeting 150 beneficiaries representing 22 organisations, mostly run by women, is K425 million, while the proposed investment for the AFI project is K445 million for the first six months of its launch.

“Analysis of the smallholder farmers’ operations has shown that though the farmers have the capacity to produce more than they currently are, they are constrained by factors such as access to market information, appropriate production technology, inhibiting regulatory environment and lack of financial services,” he said.

And on the social development front, on which more than K4 billion would be spent, LMC through LDTF, managed by the land use development planning committee comprising the provincial administration, had also agreed to fund 19 projects.

An initial amount of K1.3 billion would be spent on local community infrastructure and business projects, comprising 14 schools, two health centres and three community welfare centres.

And District Commissioner Albert Chifita applauded the gesture by LMC, saying the Government needed partners in development, as it could not do everything on its own.

Deputy mayor, Fanwell Kabozya also thanked LMC saying the local authority was ready to partner with companies that wanted to improve the welfare of the people.

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Lun 7 septembre 2009 09:34 de bingogo
Lumwana approuve mrds K4 pour le développement communautaire
Lumwana approuve mrds K4 pour le développement communautaire

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LA Lumwana Mining Company (LMC) a approuvé plus de K4 milliards d'euros pour le développement des infrastructures communautaires dans trois chefferies de Solwezi.

Acting Managing Director LMC Pirre Louw révélé cela à la fin de semaine au Centre communautaire Mutanda à Solwezi, lors du lancement de trois projets dans Mumena, Matebo et les chefferies Mukumbi.

M. Louw a déclaré dans un discours lu en son nom par LMC durabilité gestionnaire, Brenda Tambatamba cette vision de la mine était de promouvoir la diversification de l'économie locale grâce à des initiatives d'affaires solide de développement.

"Lumwana Mining Company est aujourd'hui (Septembre 5 2005) au lancement de trois projets qui se dérouleront simultanément et sont prêts à changer le visage de trois chefferies de la question, dit-il.

Il a nommé les projets, tous à Solwezi West circonscription, multi-compétences professionnelles de formation en apprentissage, de l'agro-innovateurs locaux alimentaires (AFI) Programme et Lumwana Development Trust Fund (LDTF).

Les investissements proposés pour le multi-seuils d'apprentissage ciblant 150 bénéficiaires, représentant 22 organisations, pour la plupart dirigées par des femmes, est K425 dollars, tandis que l'investissement proposé pour le projet AFI est K445 dollars pour les six premiers mois de son lancement.

"Analyse des opérations de l'petits agriculteurs" a montré que si les agriculteurs ont la capacité de produire plus que ce qu'ils sont actuellement, ils sont contraints par des facteurs tels que l'accès aux informations de marché, la technologie de production adéquats, l'environnement réglementaire et le manque d'inhiber les services financiers, dit-il.

Et sur le front du développement social, sur lequel plus de K4 milliards seraient dépensés, LMC par LDTF, géré par le développement d'aménagement du territoire comité composé de l'administration provinciale, avait également accepté de financer 19 projets.

Un montant initial de K1.3 milliards seraient consacrés à l'infrastructure communautaire et des projets locaux d'entreprise, regroupant 14 écoles, deux centres de santé et trois centres de bien-être de la communauté.

Et le commissaire de district Albert Chifita applaudit le geste par LMC, affirmant que le gouvernement a besoin de partenaires au développement, car il ne pouvait pas tout faire tout seul.

Adjoint au maire, Fanwell Kabozya LMC a également remercié en disant l'autorité locale était prête à s'associer avec des entreprises qui voulaient améliorer le bien-être du peuple.
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Re: Lumwana approves K4 bn for community development

Merci pour les trads Humpy ....au moins je peux lire ..!!
"K4 milliards d'euros pour le développement" : je pense que c'est 4 milliards de Kacha ..
mais je ne vais pas commencer à jouer les fines bouche...quelqu'un veut bien s'y coller c'est top !!
thks man !!

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