Prisoners’ Future Foundation (PFF) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) duly registered in the Republic of Zambia under the NGO Act of 2009. Established in 2007, PFF is dedicated to improving the welfare of serving and former inmates, as well as citizens who come into contact with the justice system. Its primary objective is to uphold the rights of serving inmates, ex-inmates, and indigents in Zambian society.

PFF has successfully implemented numerous projects to enhance the welfare of inmates and ex-inmates across Zambia’s correctional facilities. These projects have been supported by various organizations, including the Zambian Governance Foundation, the Finnish Embassy, USA-Public Affairs, CISU, GIZ, UNDP, the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, and the EU Delegation in Zambia.

In recognition of its outstanding contributions to health and social care, PFF, in partnership with Ubumi Prisons Initiative, received an award from Zenith Global Health on April 23, 2022.

PFF envisions a society where inmates and ex-inmates have equal access to justice, where human rights are respected, where the rule of law is upheld, and where a sustainable and pollution-free environment prevails.

PFF’s mission is to provide legal services to inmates, promoting their human rights and facilitating their rehabilitation, while empowering and integrating ex-inmates into society. Additionally, PFF promotes environmental management within and around correctional facilities to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change.

PFF’s core goals are to enhance access to justice for inmates, empower and integrate ex-inmates into society and establish environmentally friendly correctional facilities in Zambia