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Prisons Future Foundation is a non-governmental organisation working with prisoners' health, legal and human rights as well as reintegration. Read more on PFF implement the Ubumi Model in the three Kabwe correctional facilities: Mukobeko Maximum Security, Kabwe Medium and Kabwe Female correctional facilities.

In But Free

In But Free is a registered non-governmental organisation (NGO) working with prison communities in Zambia, Southern Africa in partnership with the Zambia Correctional Service and National AIDS Council. The organisation was initiated in 1995 with the main objective of promoting HIV and AIDS prevention in Zambian prisons using inmates and officers as key players in the intervention. IBF implement the Ubumi Model in Kamfinsa male and female prisons.

NZP+ Chipata Chapter

The Network of Zambian People Living with HIV/AIDS (NZP+ Chipata) is a district chapter organization for people living with HIV/AIDS which was established mainly to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV and AIDS by pursuing support, communication and representation of its members. The organization is an affiliate to the national office. The network is a non-profit making, non-governmental organization registered under Non- Governmental Organizations.


The chapter is a membership based organization with 2600 members in over 100 support groups. The organization has been operating since 1996 and it has offices around Zambia. Some years ago NZP+ had projects at Chipata prisons where we formed support groups for inmates and officers. We also built a barber shop for inmates and provided farming inputs for them as well as gardening tools. From April 2017 NZP+ is implementing Ubumi's succesful model for nutrition and health amongst children and seriously ill patients in Chipata correctional facilities.

UP Zambia

UpZambia works with legal justice and social support of juveniles in the Zambian prisons. We work closely with them to coordinate efforts and optimise synergies. We have many common projects, such as the our recent reading glasses for prisoners event, where about 350 inmates received glasses, and music days with Zambian musicians.  Read more on