• March 26th, 2016

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1.3 Zambia
The Republic of Zambia is a landlocked country in Southern Africa neighbored by the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and Angola. The country is divided into ten provinces and 74 districts. Of the ten provinces, two are predominantly urban, namely Lusaka and Copper belt. The remaining provinces, including the Western Province, are predominantly rural
The design need to be sustainable Consider the long-term sustainability of the project and what measures will need to be put in place to ensure the successful continuation of the project into the future.
The cause of the affect to the people What impact will your design have on members of the community? Consider all stakeholders in the community.
Community engagement How would you propose that EWB and UNHCR engage and consult the community throughout the design project, from initial design right through to implementation? What avenues are there for the people of Mayukwayukwa to become involved?
Environment What impact, both positive and negative, will your design have on the local environment? What measures can you put in place to mitigate any negative impacts?
Cost and economic benefits What is the cost of the project, i.e. initial costs, material costs, implementation, operation/program delivery costs, and maintenance costs? Consider if there are any potential economic benefits to the Mayukwayukwa community that could result from the project. Previous EWB Challenges show that the most successful designs are those that are low cost, allowing community members to implement them without additional financial aid.
Technical design Is the technical design the most appropriate for the community? Take the time to show what alternatives were considered and why you are proposing your design as the most appropriate. Previous EWB Challenges show that the most successful designs are often ones that are simple in design and are able to be implemented / prototyped rapidly in the community.
Materials It is recommended to use locally available materials that are culturally acceptable and environmentally friendly where possible. This should also assist in reducing costs and allowing for the designs to be tested, prototyped and implemented quickly in the community.
Construction / Implementation and ongoing running of the program Who will be constructing and or implementing the project? Where possible, make recommendations for how you would utilize local labor and program managers. What skills are required and how will you build the capacity of the local community in these skills? (Engineer without border Australia, 2016)

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