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US Embassy “Sells” Zambian Gems in Jewel of Africa Gem and Jewelry Show
Washington D.C., Tuesday, 5th November 2019 – The Zambian Embassy in Washington D.C next month hosts the Jewel of Africa Gem and Jewelry exhibition with a view to expanding the country’s share of the American and global multi-billion Jewelry trade. Read more
Foreign Affairs, Home Affairs and IOM Officials in Washington for Diaspora Policy Engagements
Washington D.C., Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019 – A three-person delegation comprising officers from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Home Affairs and the International Organisation for Migrations (IOM) were in Washington D.C to brief the Zambian Mission in the United States about progress in the implementation of the Diaspora Policy. Read more
Finance Minister Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu Concludes 2019 IMF/WBG Meetings
Washington D.C., Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019 – Finance Minister Dr Bwalya Ng’andu on Monday left Washington D.C after attending the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group (WBG) meetings. Dr Ng’andu said the meetings with the IMF and WBG were “straightforward and candid” and have laid a firm foundation which should be able to create a basis for continued cooperation. Read more
Investing in Climate and Environment Key Steps in Reducing Extreme Poverty and Boosting Shared Prosperity – World Bank President
Washington D.C., Thursday, 3rd October 2019 – World Bank President David Malpass says investing in the climate and the environment were key steps in reducing extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity among nations. Read more
Dr Simbyakula presents Letters of Credence to Belize Governor General, pays courtesy call on Prime Minister
Belize City, Thursday 19 September 2019 — Zambia’s Ambassador to the United States - with extra accreditation to Belize- Dr Ngosa Simbyakula on Wednesday presented his Letters of Credence to the Central American nation’s Governor General Sir Colville Young and paid a courtesy call on The Right Honorable Prime Minister Dr Dean Barrow in the commercial capital of Belize City. Read more
President of Lubuto Pays Courtesy Call on Ambassador Dr. Simbyakula
Washington D.C., Thursday September 12, 2019 – Founder and President of Lubuto Library Partners Jane Meyers paid a courtesy call on Ambassador Dr. Ngosa Simbyakula to brief him about the activities of Lubuto in Zambia. She was accompanied by her husband Kenneth Meyers – former IMF Country Representative to Zambia (1998-2001). Read more
International Org Project C.U.R.E Commends First Lady, Pledges Continued Partnership
Washington D.C., Thursday, 22nd August 2019 – Project CURE, one of the largest nonprofit humanitarian relief organizations in the world has commended First Lady Esther Lungu for her dedication to uplifting the lives of Zambians and pledged continued partnership with her. ... Read more
Bright Zambian Future, Rousing US Relations Elate Simbyakula
Washington D.C., 1st August 2019 – Zambia’s Ambassador to the United States Dr. Ngosa Simbyakula has paid tribute to the US government for its support to Zambia and hailed the cadre of young Zambian leaders who just completed their tour of the USA as promising, talented and an inspirational lot who can greatly contribute to the country’s development. ... Read more
Sheryl Stumbras Appointed New USAID Director for Zambia
Washington D.C., 22nd July 2019 - Sheryl Stumbras, a member of the United States Senior Foreign Service is the new USAID/Zambia Mission Director. Stumbras was sworn in at a ceremony at the State Department in Washington July 18. The ceremony was witnessed by Zambia’s Ambassador to the United Dr Ngosa Simbyakula... Read more
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