Investing in our communities


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.

Community News

CEC, Esther Lungu Foundation Trust Partner To Improve Healthcare Delivery

A partnership between CEC and the Esther Lungu Foundation Trust (ELFT) has enabled a donation of medical equipment and supplies to two health facilities in Lusaka today as the first beneficiaries among the many others to follow. Board Chairman, Mr. London Mwafulilwa, alongside the First Lady of the Republic of

May 16th, 2019|

CEC Powers Mopani Zambia Open

The Mopani Redpath CEC Powers Mopani Zambia Open teed off on 23rd April 2018 at Kitwe's Nkana Golf Club. This is the third time that CEC’s customer, Mopani Copper Mines Plc (“MCM” or “Mopani”) has hosted the tournament and equally the third that CEC has partnered in joint sponsorship. Board

April 25th, 2018|

CEC aids disease burdened Kitwe family

CEC has rendered support to the Sakala family of Kitwe’s Kawama Township, struck by a mysterious disease that has left four family members paralysed as well as speech and visually impaired. The donation included two wheelchairs, assorted foodstuffs and groceries, monetary support as start-up capital for an income generating activity

March 15th, 2018|

Garneton Police receives CEC support

CEC once again lived up to its reputation as a responsible corporate citizen when it gave a motor vehicle valued at K90,000 to the Zambia Police Service on 9th March 2017 at a ceremony held at the Company’s Head Office in Kitwe. The donation was in response to a request

March 15th, 2018|

CEC Boosts Kitwe Clean-Up Campaign – steps up fight against cholera

CEC has donated various materials to the Kitwe City Council, totalling over K220,000.00 as part of its contribution to the City’s clean up exercise. The donation is timely, coming in the wake of the cholera outbreak in Lusaka and other parts of the country. The first donation valued at K100,

January 23rd, 2018|
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