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Use the form on this page to apply for tools for 

Our Team

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Paul Seymour

Zambia Country Coordinator

Paul will be your contact when you apply for tools from TWAM. He will receive and process your application.

You can contact Paul on:


Ng'ambi Rodgers

Zambia Country Leader

Ng'ambi Rodgers is our volunteer Country Leader. Ng'ambi is the Administrative Secretary for the United Church of Zambia and will partner with Paul to manage and develop our Zambia Country Team and our work overall. 

You can contact Ng'ambi on:


Your Zambia partner

The United Church of Zambia (UCZ)

UCZ is TWAM's partner in Zambia, and they will unload the shipping container containing your tools when it arrives. They will contact you when your tools are ready for collection and store them until you collect them.

There will be no charge for collecting your tools, but a storage charge may apply if you do not collect your tools within three months of them contacting you.

You will be able to collect your tools from either:

UCZ Synod head office in Lusaka or UCZ St Luke's Church in Kitwe

To contact UCZ in Lusaka, please email:

To contact UCZ in Kitwe, please email:


You do not have to type the email in bold or uppercase, we have done this here just to make it easier for you to read. 

Our Zambia In-Country Team

Here to support you


Above our team: Dorothy (Kitwe Centre Admin), Danny (Copperbelt), Iwell (Eastern), Revd Mulenga (Impact Assessment), Jones (Lusaka and Southern), Rodgers (Country Leader), Davies (Luapula), Emmanuel and Patricia (Impact Assessment).


We have a team of dedicated volunteers. The Regional Development Managers listed below will help you with your application and offer advice on setting up your group. Our Impact Assessment Managers will work with groups who have already received tools to assess how they are being used. When appointed our National Training Manager will run training programmes on tool maintenance and repair.


You can contact your local volunteer below:


St Luke's Church, Kitwe (tool collection point): Revd Shadreck Chansa Mulenga -

Copperbelt: Danny Kaunda -

Luapula Provence: Davies Chibwe - 

Eastern Province: Iwell Phiri -

North Western Province: Rodger Muzeya -

Lusaka and Southern Provence: Jones Vumbi -

National Training Manager: vacant

Only apply for tools or answer emails that end in, any other email is NOT FROM TWAM and they may be trying to extort money from you.

To be eligible for TWAM assistance, you have to be registered with the Zambian Government as a Society under the Societies Rules (Section 7(2) of Societies Act Cap 119). Please have a scanned copy (PDF or JPEG) ready to upload before you apply online. Please make sure your registration certificate is not out of date. Alternatively, a Certificate from the Ministry of Commerce under the Registrar of Companies and Business Units falling under the category of: Companies Limited by Guarantee, which are Not for Profit Non-Governmental Organisation (NGOs). For state-run schools, as these are not issued with a Registration Certificate, please supply me with your EMIS numbers and exam centre codes to certify your school.

To apply for support, complete the online application form

We do ask that you contribute towards the cost of preparing your tools, so please think about this when applying.


We do not charge for specific tools or tool kits, but we do ask that you contribute a small amount towards the UK cost of collecting, refurbishing and packing the tools we send to Africa.

The Online Application form above will show you the cost of the tools you are applying for. Before completing your application, please think about the cost and whether you can afford it. If you cannot, please reduce the number of tools you are applying for at this time to a cost you can afford. You can apply again another time for more tools. By applying for less tools rather than waiting to raise a larger amount, you will not have to wait so long for the delivery of the tools you need.


Do you need books?

We no longer supply books, but if you would like to apply for books, please visit the charity Books2Africa which may be able to help you. Click here to find out more

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