Senanga district is located in Zambia’s Western Province, where people earn their livelihoods mainly through fishing and crop farming although livestock rearing is also common. Rice is the most produced crop followed by cassava, maize, sweet potatoes, sorghum, millet, groundnuts and mbambala nuts (monkey nuts) as well as newly introduced wheat.
Nakonde Local Rights Programme (LRP) has been in operation since 2007 and is located in the North Eastern part of Muchinga Province. The district shares international boundaries with Tanzania in the north and Malawi in the east.
Sesheke district is situated at the southern end of Western Province. It lies on Zambia’s south-western frontier with international boundaries with Namibia to the south and Angola to the west. The district also borders with Kazungula and Kalomo districts of Southern Province.
Mbala District is located in Northern Province of the Republic of Zambia. Mbala town is about 1,067 kilometres from Lusaka and 167 kilometres from Kasama, the provincial headquarters. It borders the Republic of Tanzania to the north, and districts of Mungwi, Nakonde, Kasama and Mpulungu.
Mpulungu district is situated in the Northern Province of Zambia on the shore of Lake Tanganyika. Locally, the district shares borders with Kaputa, Kasama, Mbala and Mporokoso districts and international borders with the DRC and Tanzania. It is located 1200km from Lusaka.
Lukulu District covers 16291 square km and is among the seven districts of Western Province. It shares boundaries with other provincial districts such as Zambezi, Kabompo and Kasempa in North Western Province. Additionally the district also shares an internationally boundary with Angola.