JCTR urges the new government to stop wastage of public resources

February 8, 2012
by 
Guy Des Aulniers, Program Officer for Emergency Relief

Wastage of public resources should never be allowed to continue, says the Jesuit Center for Theological Reflection (JCTR) to the new elected government in Zambia in a press statement issued last week. “In a poor country like Zambia where poverty levels are as high as 63% and the incidence of rural poverty as high as 78%,” says Sydney Mwansa, Programme Officer in the Economic Equity and Development Programme of the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR), “every ngwee counts and should therefore be collected and spent for the intended purpose and beneficiaries.” 

JCTR is a research, education and advocacy team, an “Action Tank”, that promotes study and action on issues linking Christian Faith and social justice in Zambia.

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