Changing lives in Zambian prisons
Ubumi works with health and human rights for inmates and their children in Zambian prisons.
We work to support all inmates, but we focus particularly on children aged 0-4, mothers, pregnant women, juveniles and the seriously ill patients. We also support education and reintegration.
Prisoners in Africa live under harsh condition: Overcrowding, unhygienic facilities, social isolation, lack of access to health and sufficient food put them at risk of disease and death.
Not only do all human beings have a right to a dignified life, but imprisonment should never be life threatening. Ubumi focuses on the particularly vulnerable in prison - hand in hand with Zambia Correctional Service and the inmates themselves.
Support children, mothers and pregnant women, juveniles and patients in the Zambian prisons!