Water Zambia is a business-to-business news and information brand with national coverage. Water Zambia magazine is the key communication tool for water and infrastructure professionals who are focused on industrial water and wastewater management including treatment, monitoring, storage, disposal and reuse in Zambia promoting sustainable water. As the country’s No. 1 independent industry magazine, The Magazine covers objective editorial content, latest developments and advancements in water and wastewater industry, water supply and sanitation sector focusing on the urban and peri urban areas.
This is done in the form of case studies, application stories and technical papers and important information on the products that are essential to successfully completing their job. Every facet of the industry is covered, from the source to tap and back again.
In the digital era, print remains a powerful tool to tell your brand story. Water Zambia strives to offer more than just advertising. We are transforming the way you can promote your products and services, championing a more meaningful way of engaging with your potential customers. Here is a vehicle to get the word out about your latest offerings. Water Zambia will review suppliers’ latest offerings cutting edge technologies and innovations.
Each month, the Featured Products section focuses on new and innovative products that help water industry professionals better and more efficiently do their jobs. To have a product considered, email a high-resolution image (300 dpi minimum) and 400-450 words
In each edition, topical issues and industrial water and wastewater news — including new products, company announcements, regulation announcements, the significance of the development in the water sector, and an event calendar — are featured.
To provide a proactive platform for the Water industry to converge and work together in achieving solutions to Africa’s water challenges.
Water Zambia is published four times in a year. It is read by industry professionals and decision-makers, including executives, management, design and engineering, scientific researchers, operations managers, and marketing & sales and their suppliers. As a journal we ensure that our products and company will get high exposure and be seen by everyone in the water industry an around Zambia.
- Architecture /Engineering /Planning 7%Construction /Trades / Building Services 10%
- Related Services /Suppliers 5%
- Government: Municipal 7%
- Labs / Hospitals / Technology Providers 4%Financial / Legal /Risk Management 3%
- Water Equipment Manufacturer /Distributor / Supplier / Wholesaler / Retailer 25%
- Other 2%
- Water Energy Utilities 3%
- Industrial Water User 6%
- Agriculture and forestry practitioners 5%
- Water Treatment Facility Staff 3%
- Waste Management /Remediation 2%
- Education / Research 7%
- NGO 3%
- Government: Provincial 5%
Our Editorial Covers
Zambia Water publishes an issue focusing on a specific topic related to the water and wastewater industry. We invite you to submit technical articles / white papers / case studies and share the information with our readers across the Sub-Saharan Africa (email@example.com)
- Water technology
- Regulations & policy
- Freshwater research
- Watershed management
- Water governance
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene;
- Water Resource Management;
- Water Infrastructure Development;
- Water quality and Risks;
- Climate Change and Adaptation; and
- Environmental Protection.
Overview of the industry
Zambia has been undergoing water sector reforms since the early 1990s. One of the major challenges were multiplicity of actors without a clear mandate. Developing the institutional framework took a very consultative process that involved all key stakeholders. The chief objective was to create new institutions which would be able to provide cost-effective and sustainable WSS services throughout Zambia.
Research has t that in Zambia. Commercial Utilities are the main providers of water and sanitation services in urban and peri urban areas. Currently there are about 6.696million people living in the CUs’ service areas, of which 1% are serviced by Private Schemes. These are companies that provide water supply and sanitation services primarily to their employees as a fringe benefit.