The event will explore resources of the current Zambian Health Diaspora in the UK to consider how to contribute to healthcare in Zambia.
The President of the World Medical Association, Dr Margaret Mungherera, and the East African Healthcare Forum invite you to participate in the African Medical Initiative.
This event is an opportunity to highlight the contributions of UK-based African diaspora organisations and activists to international development. Join us to discuss, debate and learn from African diaspora leaders alongside the wider development sector.
On Wednesday 18th June 2014 Comic Relief, under the Common Ground Initiative (CGI), held the Africa in Action Conference at Central Hall Westminster in London. The event was an opportunity to highlight the contributions of UK-based African diaspora organisations and activists to international development. It brought together UK’s diaspora practitioners in international development as well as [...]CONTINUE READING →
New UK Aid Direct fund will make the most of smaller charities’ ability to work at a grassroots level UK Aid Direct Fund Launch: British charities will receive a multi-million pound boost with the launch of a new fund to help small and medium-sized organisations make an even bigger difference in the developing world, International [...]CONTINUE READING →
Speech Facilitating Positive Development Impacts of Diaspora Engagement in Health From: DfAD and Mrs Chibwe Henry Delivered on: 12th September 2014 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered) Location: Zambia House, 2 Palace Gate, London History: Published 13th September 2014 Part of: DfAD Health DfAD CEO and Founder Chibwe Henry’s speech at Harnessing [...]CONTINUE READING →
One Year Placement October 2014 – September 2015 The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee trust, Comic Relief, and the Royal Commonwealth Society are working together on an exciting new programme. This fund will recognise, celebrate and support young people (18-29) across the Commonwealth. It will do this in two ways: • An Awards programme to celebrate [...]CONTINUE READING →