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ZAMBIAN MISSION IN THE USA HOLDS TALKS WITH DIASPORA
PRESS STATEMENT Washington DC- Friday April 10, 2015 ZAMBIAN MISSION IN THE USA HOLDS TALKS WITH DIASPORA Zambia’s Ambassador to the United States Palan Mulonda has urged the diaspora in the US to be united and work towards investing in Zambia. The Ambassador was speaking at the Zambian Embassy in Washington DC during a meeting with the executive of the Society of Zambians in America (SOZA). Read more
ZAMBIAN MISSION IN THE USA HOLDS TALKS WITH DIASPORA
PRESS STATEMENT Washington DC- Friday April 10, 2015 ZAMBIAN MISSION IN THE USA HOLDS TALKS WITH DIASPORA Zambia’s Ambassador to the United States Palan Mulonda has urged the diaspora in the US to be united and work towards investing in Zambia. The Ambassador was speaking at the Zambian Embassy in Washington DC during a meeting with the executive of the Society of Zambians in America (SOZA). Read more
10 of the best African safaris
The Lower Zambezi in Zambia has recently become far more popular with those that want a truly remote luxury safari, and don’t want to see another soul. Here you may bump into one game drive vehicle, but you probably won’t. You will experience some of the finest game viewing in Africa, and the camp is exceptionally luxurious but incredibly relaxed so you always feel at home. The Lower Zambezi is all about the experience so get out of the car and walk, canoe, boat and explore anyway you like. Read more
Ambassador Palan Mulonda Speaks at AJC Washington 23rd Annual Ambassadors' Seder
Zambia's ambassador to the United States Ambassador Palan Mulonda joined several other ambassadors in Washington DC at this year's 23rd Annual Ambassadors' Seder of the Global Jewish Advocacy (AJC) at Adas Israel Congregation. Read more
Ambassador Mulonda confers with United States Ambassador to Zambia in Washington DC.
PRESS STATEMENT Washington DC- Monday March 30th, 2015 Ambassador Mulonda confers with United States Ambassador to Zambia in Washington DC. United States Ambassador to Zambia Eric Schultz held a meeting with his Zambian counterpart Ambassador Palan Mulonda in Washington DC to discuss areas of mutual cooperation. Read more
Africa’s Conservation Miracle: The Return of the Rhinos in Zambia
Habitat destruction. That’s almost always the answer to a question of wildlife conservation. Why has this species declined? Why has that species gone extinct? Because the place where it lives is being or has been destroyed. Read more
Zambia Gold
Zambia Gold is a non-profit organization run entirely by students from Gonzaga University that exports fair trade goods from the Northwestern Province of Zambia. Through practicing accompaniment, Zambia Gold cultivates a partnership between students from Gonzaga and the people of Zambezi, Zambia in pursuit of sustainable economic and educational development. We invite you to join us in enjoying some of the world's most unique honey while contributing to the economic and educational empowerment of Zambezi. All profits from the honey go toward the Chilena Basic Upper School, in Zambezi, Zambia. Read more
The Embassy exhibited at the Philadelphia Travel & Adventure Show on the 21st and 22nd of March
The trip to Philadelphia provided an opportunity for the Mission to meet with several organizations in the industry, including tourism associations, tour operators, marketing firms and travel agents. The most notable was the meeting with Patricia Shultz, who is the author of a ‘1000 Places To See Before You Die’. Read more
Lusaka, as an investment destination
Lusaka, Zambia’s heartland and capital city is the country’s chief administrative centre and a major financial, transportation, and manufacturing hub. Lusaka is one of the fastest growing cities in the SADC region with a population that stands at 1,461,000, this according to the Southern African cities network. Read more
Good News On the Tourism Front in Zambia
The impact on the tourism industry of the West African Ebola crisis is visibly lessening. It is fair and seems timely to detail some of the good news that has been coming out of Zambia just recently. Read more
Support AGOA's Reauthorization
The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is a United States Trade Act, enacted on 18 May 2000 as Public Law 106 of the 200th Congress. It significantly enhances market access to the US for qualifying Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries. Qualification for AGOA preferences is based on a set of conditions contained in the AGOA legislation. In order to qualify and remain eligible for AGOA, each country must be working to improve its rule of law, human rights, and respect for core labor standards. Read more
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