AZNUK has recently been formed to represent the professional interests of Zambian nurses in the UK.
Team DfAD will be celebrating Zambia’s 50th Independence Golden Jubilee on 25th October 2014….
Celebrating the African Union Year of Agriculture and Food Security.
PRESS RELEASE - http://allafrica.com/stories/201501100052.html Lusaka [9 January 2015] — The Government of the Republic of Zambia, the Churches Health Association of Zambia, and the Global Fund today reaffirmed their partnership, signing four new grants worth US$234 million to fight HIV, TB and malaria in Zambia. The financial resources provided through the Global Fund come from many [...]CONTINUE READING →
Diaspora for African Development (DfAD) is proud to support Comic Relief’s Common Ground Initiative (CGI) in their efforts to enhance the UK African Diasporas contribution to development issues in Africa. DfAD would therefore like to urge you to please take a moment to read and fill in the brief survey below to assist the CGI team on how they [...]CONTINUE READING →
ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY THE SECRETARY TO CABINET OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA, DR. ROLAND MSISKA 29TH OCTOBER 2014 FELLOW COUNTRYMEN AND WOMEN. AS YOU ARE AWARE, HIS EXCELLENCY MR. MICHAEL CHILUFYA SATA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA HAS BEEN RECEIVING MEDICAL ATTENTION IN LONDON, IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. HE LEFT ZAMBIA WITH [...]CONTINUE READING →
On Thursday 23rd October Mr Negroes Dube, Chair of DfAD, will be speaking at the London School of Economics African and Caribbean Society Black Ascent Debate. Mr Dube will be part of a diverse panel ranging from musicians, politicians, anthropologists and activists. A variety of topics will be discussed from “Black Culture” to “The Role [...]CONTINUE READING →