Kaloko Trust works to relieve poverty and improve lives in rural communities of Zambia
We believe in the power of partnership.
Kaloko Trust works with local partners and communities to improve access to sufficient food, water, health, education and income for some of the world’s most vulnerable people, through effective, appropriate and sustainable development projects.
We have been working to relieve poverty in the Luansobe area of the Copperbelt Region in rural Zambia since 1989 and believe that long-term sustainable development can only occur where the issues that cause poverty are addressed through an integrated approach, harnessing the power of partnership.
Read more about our work here.
Where we work
Zambia is one of the least developed countries in the world, ranked 143 out of 189 countries in the 2019 UN Human Development Index.
Full Name: Republic of Zambia
Population: 17.35 million (UN Data for 2018)
Area: 752,618 sq km (290,587 sq miles)
Major languages: English (official), Bemba, Tonga, numerous indigenous languages
Major religions: Christianity, traditional beliefs
Which communities we work with
Luansobe area of the Copperbelt
Kaloko Trust works in Luansobe/Kashitu, a remote rural area in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia. It lies 250km north of Zambia’s capital, Lusaka, and its population of approximately 37,000 is spread over small farms across 1,200 square kilometres. Transport is difficult, with the area served largely by a network of winding dirt tracks. Basic services are poor, with no central provision of safe drinking water, and few schools or health centres. The nearest city, Ndola, lies about 70km NE from the Kaloko campus. All Kaloko staff live in the rural community around Luansobe.
Kaloko Trust UK
39-41 Surrey Street, Brighton, BN1 3PB, UK
Kaloko's UK staff are working from home so please contact us by email
The Kaloko office itself is temporarily closed, so responses to post may take longer than usual. Project activities by our partners in Zambia are continuing.
Registered charity number: 1047622
All photographs are © Kaloko Trust and cannot be reproduced without permission.
With particular thanks to Jill Flowers and Alrik Green for many of the photos.