Partners In Development (PID) forges partnerships with local communities and other nongovernmental organizations. We fund sustainable projects, which involve the participation of the local community in developing and maintaining the projects. We work on a holistic concept, which is inclusive of all segments of a local population.
PID is a nonprofit, nongovernmental (NGO) organization, incorporated in 1998 as a 501 © (3). Leadership of Partners In Development is vested in a Board of Directors.
Our current board consists of four members who generously donate their time and effort to keep Partners In Development running successfully.
Please feel free to contact us with questions or comments via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For financial contributions and standard mail correspondence: Partners In Development Attn.: Mr. Greg Toulson 112 12th Street, SE Washington, DC 20003PID is a nonprofit, nongovernmental (NGO) organization, incorporated in 1998 as a 501 © (3). Leadership of Partners In Development is vested in a Board of Directors.
Most of our work has been concetrated in the southern province of Zambia which includes rural areas surrounding Kazungula and Livingstone. We have also done work in and around Lusaka. Some of the villages we have aided include Katambora, Mwambeshi, and Kafue Flats. We work mostly with schools, women's groups and farmers in these rural locations. Zambia has a democratic system of government and is rich with many varied cultures and languages, though the official language of Zambia is English.