Zambian Breweries Donates Trucks to Manja Pamodzi

Zambian Breweries has donated two trucks to Manja Pamodzi aggregators to facilitate for transportation of collected material from the aggregator sites to processing companies.

The donation which was made at the Manja Pamodzi Multi Stakeholder meeting held on November 17, 2017 at the Ridgeway Southern Sun Hotel, was given to two aggregators, namely Mr. Harrison Musonda from Chunga Landfill as well as Mr. Zyoli N’gandu from Mtendere aggregator site.

Left to Right: Honorable Minister Sylvia Chalikosa, Zambian Breweries Country Director Jose Moran (center) and Manja Pamodzi aggregator Mr.  Zyoli N’gandu as he is presented with one of two trucks donated by the Zambian Breweries at the Manja Pamodzi Multi Stakeholder Meeting.

Speaking at the event, Zambian Breweries Country Director Jose Moran, said that it is the hope of “Zambian Breweries to see that the project runs smoothly despite the challenges that it may encounter”.

He further called on more corporate organizations to join the project as partners in order to support its growth since it will soon be established as a separate entity from the Zambian Breweries.

 “The project will in the next three to five months be set up as a separate entity from the Zambian Breweries and that is why we need more partners to join the cause now more than ever”, he said while addressing attendees from the corporate and business worlds.

Zambian Breweries Country Director Jose Moran speaks and requests for more organizations to join the project as partners during the Multi Stakeholder Meeting held on November 17, 2017.

Meanwhile, Minister to the Office of the Vice President Honorable Sylvia Chalikosa who also attended the event encouraged more women participation on the project as aggregators and not just collectors.

“I am happy that three months after celebrating its two-year anniversary, Manja Pamodzi has continued to excel and empower more people. I further urge the project leaders to seek out more women to work as aggregators and not just collectors”, she said.

Kanyama Member of Parliament Honorable Elizabeth Phiri (far left) joins Honorable Chalikosa and Zambian Breweries Country Director Jose Moran in congratulating Manja Pamodzi aggregator Harrison Musonda (far right) for receiving one of two trucks donated by the Zambian Breweries.

The meeting, which was held with the aim of attracting more partners on the project closed off with pledges from the organizations, artists and government agency representatives that attended in numbers.

Join Zambian Breweries, Millennium Challenge Account (MCA), Zambia Environmental Management Agency and other co-operating partners in this life changing cleanup programme by calling our eco-friendly team on +260 971 268850 or send an email to our Project Manager at elaine.kafwimbi@zm.ab-inbev.com for further details.

 

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