No relevant provision on nursing facilities for new mother could be located in the law although Draft Constitution requires the State to promote the availability of adequate child care facilities.

Bill of Rights is not part of the 2016 Constitution of Zambia (Amendment) Act and will be subject to a referendum during the 2016 general elections being held on 11 August 2016. The referendum was held and although 71% of voters voted in favour of the amendments, since the turnout was only 44%, below the 50% threshold required to validate the result, the amended Bill of Rights 2016 could not be approved. Thus, the Bill of Rights contained in 1996 Constitution is still applicable.     

Source: §60(3)(d) of the Draft Bill of Rights 2016