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Director’s Message
Prisoners’ Future Foundation (PFF) is a local non-governmental organization duly registered in the Republic of Zambia under the NGO act of 2009 in the Ministry of Community Development and Social Services (MCDSS)PFF has in the past handled both advocacy and service delivery, in responding to the needs of currently and formally incarcerated people and citizens who have generally come in conflict with the law. The purpose of Prisoners Future Foundation (PFF) is to contribute to the improved welfare of inmates and ex-inmates through providing them with legal services, support to their rehabilitation, empowerment and integration. Further, PFF supports the mitigation of climate change by contributing to correctional facilities putting into place environmental management measures.


Access to Legal Aid Services

On 1st August 2021, PFF Received funding from Federal Government of the Republic of Germany through GIZ under the Enabling Access to Justice, Civil Society Participation and Transparency (EnACT) to implement change projects.

Health and Nutrition of Inmates Project (2022-2023)

On 1st February 2022, Prisoners’ Future Foundation (PFF) and Ubumi Prisons Initiative Received funding from CISU to implement a  two (2) year project titled; 

Prisons voter education and information dissemination project (2021-2022)

In the period ranging from 14th May, 2021 to 31st December, PFF participated in the Democracy Strengthening in Zambia (DSZ) 

Rehabilitation and Reintegration For a Sustainable Society Project (2019-2022)

In January 2019 Prisoners’ Future Foundation (PFF) in partnership with CELIM Zambia received 3 year grant funding from European Union to implement a Project titled

Participants pose for a group photo after the stakeholder’s meeting in Mumbwa district of Central Province.

Promoting prison human rights awareness and legal aid services through paralegal services at Ndola Remand

Above show photos captured during the Three days training of correctional facility officers on international, regional and national human rights standards as provided by laws and treaties at Kamfinsa Correctional facility.

Ex-inmates Sewing Shop Project (2019)

In January 2019, Christian African Relief Trust (CART) supported Prisoners’ Future Foundation (PFF) establish.

The photo above show one of the male ex-inmates beneficiary attending to customers



Making Mukobeko Maximum male prison and its surrounding Community environmentally sustainable (2017-2019)

On 17th January, PFF signed a two years contract with CSEF 2 aimed at producing a policy and guidelines on how to make Mukobeko Maximum.

Raise community awareness on the use of gender-based fast track court

PFF in September, 2016 secured a funding from the Public Affairs Section small grant of USA in Zambia to conduct a project.

Prisoners’ Rights to Vote (2016)

In April 2016, PFF signed a three months project with GIZ in Zambia as support to submit to State Actors on the Prisoners` Right to vote.

Prisoners` Empowerment through Skills

In 2015, PFF received support from the Embassy of Finland in Zambia to implement a Prisoners’ Empowerment through skills training and paralegal services in Kabwe prisons.

Open and Distance Education (ODL) in Prisons

In November, 2011, PFF lobbied the MoE and tendered in a concept note to influence it to document, and operationalize ODL in the Zambian Prisons too.

Reintegration of ex-prisoners Project (2015)

On 4th September, 2014 PFF signed a one off grant of U$25,000 equivalent from Zambian Governance Foundation to do a project on the.


Advocacy for the abolition of death penalty

PFF received a joint policy action support for eight months in February, 2012 that expired in October, 2012 

Prison National Survey.

Late 2008 and early 2009, PFF participated as a researcher in the Prisons National Survey, which was

Advocacy for Prisoners’ Health rights in Zambia (2011)

On 5th January, 2011 Prisoners` Future Foundation (PFF) started to engage government through the Ministries of Health and Justice.

Abolition of Death Penalty in Zambia

Capital punishment, also called death penalty, execution of an offender sentenced to death after conviction by a court of law of a criminal offense.

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