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.
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 →
On Wednesday 30th April 2014, Diaspora for African Development (DfAD) held a launch event for the DfAD 2014 Report “Zambia at 50 Years: Engaging the Diaspora in Inclusive Development” at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), London. The report was published following the successful DfAD Zambia Roundtable discussion event, with the same title, held in partnership with [...]CONTINUE READING →
More than 250 civil society organizations from over 75 countries have been selected to take part in the Civil Society Days of the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD), which will be held on 12 – 13 May at the Münchenbryggeriet Conference Centre in Stockholm, Sweden, and the Common Space with Governments, which will [...]CONTINUE READING →
DfAD is proud to announce that the Sports Equipment that we sourced in the United Kingdom has now arrived safely in the hands of the recipients, both in Zambia and the UK. The sports equipment recipients are: Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) Zambia Sport in Action (SIA) Zambia Alliance for Nutrition and Reconstruction (ANR) Zambia [...]CONTINUE READING →