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  www.oxfam.org.auA COLLECTION OF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT CHANGE STORIES – BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE WASH PROGRAM IN THE WESTERN PROVINCE OF ZAMBIA  Illembi is the Health Advisory Committee Chairperson and was also one of the people involved in helping install the water pump outside the Health Post. PHOTO © Alexia Webster | OXFAM  1 Credits Title: Empowered Voices! How We Improved Our Lives Published: March 2016 ISBN:  978-0-620-70406-9 Editor: Caitlin Martin Design:  www.lumo.co.za Copyright:  Copyright: Oxfam gives permission for excerpts from this book to be photocopied or reproduced provided that the source is clearly and properly acknowledged. Disclaimer: The views in this publication are those of the respective authors and do not necessarily represent those of Oxfam or any funding agency. The interview and review process was participatory, and consent around content and inclusion of personal information was given to Oxfam by the participants. Oxfam extends its thanks to all who contributed to this document. Published by:  Oxfam Australia in South Africa Suite 1B, Strathway Building, Strathmore Office Park, 305 Musgrave Road, Durban, 4001, South Africa  2 Contact:  Oxfam in Zambia Plot 250 Zambezi Road Roma Township Phone: +26 (0) 211 292070 / 291016 Fax: +26 (0) 211 292496  www.oxfam.org/Zambia  Oxfam Australia 132 Leicester Street Carlton 3053 Victoria, Australia Phone: +61 3 9289 4444 Email: enquire@oxfam.org.au www.oxfam.org.au This publication was supported by DFAT, under the Australia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES)
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