Sustainability

Investing in our communities

We invest in education, health, sport and recreation, environmental stewardship, infrastructure development and young people – all causes and projects that make a difference to the people of Zambia. We recognise and support the passion and drive of our employees to be valued participants in their communities, providing volunteering opportunities.

Education is a key focus, as we believe that improving education opportunities for an individual is a catalyst for a better life for themselves and their families, communities and society. It is also vital to the future of our industry as the young people we support today are potential employees of tomorrow. We support different types of schools – from community to public schools – through the construction of school infrastructure and provision of learning and teaching materials. In higher education, CEC provides funding to promote innovation, creativity and practical learning in the fields of science and engineering. We work closely with tertiary institutions to equip learners with the knowledge and skills required in modern engineering, and to help prepare them for industry.

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“The Power to Challenge” – CEC Champions Gender Equality

In a world of constant and rapid change, one thing that remains little unchanged over time is the state of inequality between the female and male genders. Commemorating the International Women’s Day (IWD) in an environment rife with disruption, uncertainty and loss arising from the COVID-19 pandemic brings with it

March 7th, 2021|

CEC employees take up Happy Nswana’s university sponsorship

During the handover ceremony of the classrooms CEC built at Wukwashi Wa Nzambi, in June 2019, Happy appealed to well-wishers for sponsorship to pursue his tertiary education having successfully completed his Grade 12. In response, the Managing Director, Mr Owen Silavwe made a commitment that Happy would be sponsored by

January 21st, 2021|

CEC – Of washing hands and drying river sources

The World Environment Day 2020, though observed in the shadow of the devastating COVID-19 global pandemic, retains its unquestionable importance as it serves to remind humanity of our individual and collective obligation to show care and support for mother earth and nature. Water, for instance, is a life-saving resource during

July 16th, 2020|
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