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PSAf publishes report on living conditions for prisoners and circumstantial children

PSAf publishes report on living conditions for prisoners and circumstantial children

Panos Inside the prison walls

From Panos, Lusaka, Zambia, originally posted May 8 2018 - Panos Institute Southern Africa has published a report that highlights the living conditions in correctional facilities across Zambia, and their effects on the right to health for prisoners and circumstantial children.

Titled Inside the Prison Walls – The effects of living conditions on the right to health for prisoners and circumstantial children in Zambia, the report was produced under the Prisoners’ Rights and Human Rights Project which PSAf is implementing with financial support from the European Union (EU), with a contribution from the Norwegian Agency for International Development Cooperation (NORAD). The project seeks to contribute to an increased protection of rights and improved living conditions of prisoners in Muchinga, Luapula and Central Provinces of Zambia.

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