Civil Society Organisation businesses in Zambia

Organisations, advocacy groups, professional associations and cultural institutions
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Civil Society Groups

Organisations, advocacy groups, professional associations and cultural institutions

Civil society is made up of the whole of humankind. A Civil Society Organisation (or CSO) is an association of people who serve, and ideally represent, a specific clientele or group of beneficiaries for a specific purpose or goal. For example a trade union or an HIV/AIDS support group. Find CSOs in Zambia listed here.

Civil Society Organizations comprises organizations that are not associated with the government. These may be schools and universities, advocacy groups, professional associations, churches, and cultural institutions. th

Civil society organizations are non-state actors whose aims are neither to generate profits nor to seek governing power. CSOs unite people to advance shared goals and interests. They have a presence in public life, expressing the interests and values of their members or others, and are based on ethical, cultural, scientific, religious, or philanthropic considerations.

CSOs include nongovernment organizations (NGOs), professional associations, foundations, independent research institutes, community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, people’s organizations, social movements, and labour unions.

These organizations will be listed in this category.