Healthcare businesses in Zambia

The prevention, diagnosis, treatment, or cure of disease, illness, injury and impairments in people.
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Lusaka Helps
COVID-19 awareness
Creating and disseminating info about COVID-19 was Lusaka Helps’ initial driving force and continues to be the backbone of their work. Creatives, donors, health experts and content creators have come together to brainstorm, develop and share locally relevant information, aimed at equipping Zambians with the knowledge that they need and the ability to act.
Khulu Associates
Khulu Associates works with the management of organisations to identify gaps in the strategy of the prevention and mitigation of HIV/AIDS and highlights management training needs. The team then develops training programmes and materials incorporating HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment.
Restless Development work to ensure that young people are engaging in safe sexual and reproductive practices that lead to healthy lives. Working in Zambia where young people are most profoundly affected by HIV/AIDS, they are committed to improving their access to sexual health education and services.
Twinning Center
Zambia's health system faces numerous challenges, comprising very high risk of infectious diseases. Although the country has made some inspiring reductions in maternal and child mortality over the past two decades, rates are still high with 280 women out of 1,000 dying as a result of pregnancy complications.
Catholic Relief Services runs several health programmes in Zambia to help address the health needs of the most vulnerable in society. The agency's health programs include a broad spectrum of services, from community support and care to clinical treatment that meets the diverse needs of clients.
The first hours and days after birth are extremely crucial for the child and mother. They may require constant care for up to eight weeks. Nonkhululeko Nursing and Midwifery Agency (NNMA) offers postnatal support to new mothers. Their caregivers are themselves mothers and as such are highly experienced in providing new born and post-delivery care.


The prevention, diagnosis, treatment, or cure of disease, illness, injury and impairments in people.

Healthcare initiatives in Zambia seek to support local healthcare systems through such programmes as nutrition awareness, disease prevention and the development of drugs and vaccines. Healthcare covers children’s health; reproductive, maternal and newborn healthcare; diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis; and non-communicable diseases, including heart disease, cancers, diabetes and mental health problems. Special attention is given to AIDS / HIV, including diagnosis, treatment, care and stigma reduction. Find the development agencies and charities that work in this category.

High-quality health care helps prevent diseases and improve quality of life. Find the organizations operating in Zambia that focuses on improving health care quality and making sure all people get the health care services they need. Helping health care providers communicate more effectively can help improve health and well-being.

Levels of care

Depending on the organization they may focus on a specific level of care.

  • Primary care
  • Secondary care
  • Tertiary care
  • Quaternary care

Medical care is what physicians and other clinicians do every day with you in offices, labs, surgery centres, and hospitals. Titrating blood pressure meds. Checking blood sugar. Health care is a much broader idea of which medical care is only a subset and constitutes the remaining 80-90% of health outcomes