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UNDP Support to Zambia's electoral system - Advancement of Technology Integrated

The Government of the Republic of Zambia commited K70 billion to Continuous Voter Registration exercise in 2010 budget and UNDP including other cooperating partners pledged to support lectoral Commission of Zambia and the Department of National Registration, Passport and Citizenship to implement Supmore

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An initiative on diversification of tradable products from protected areas is in the making

The Global Environment Facility (GEF) strategic vision is to help countries meet their sustainable development needs and achieve multiple environmental benefits through an integrated approach. GEF has approved funding to Zambia to support the Strengthening Management Effectiveness and Generating Mulmore

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Bangweulu Wetlands “Where the water meets the sky”

Bangweulu Wetlands is the only place in Africa where the Black Lechwe still occurs in significant numbers. The population in 2005 was estimated at 35,000 but the area has the potential to carry up to 350,000 Black Lechwe. The wetlands are classified as an Important Bird Area by Birdlife Internationamore

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Building Environmental Sustainability, One Village at a Time

Peter Kilalo, a 25-year-old community teacher from the village of Kaminzekezeke in north-western Zambia, has been recently appointed to serve as the local “Muzovu” or Awareness Project Officer. His task is to provide environmental awareness lessons to elementary school children in the north-western more

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Community Response Sub-Granting for Localized Response to HIV&AIDS: Impact Mitigation

The case of Sinazongwe is testimony to ability of the DATF, with facilitation by the Local Authority, to manage resources transparently and beneficial to targeted beneficiaries. The team manages two parallel funds earmarked for the community; namely, the Ward Development Fund and Save the Children Nmore

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Creating Environmental Awareness Among Zambian Children

20 Jan 2014

Planting a tree, learning how rain forms and playing games about the circle of life are among things that have helped many children understand and appreciate the importance of their natural surroundings, but these extra-curricular activities are not always available to school-children in regions of more

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Local Leadership on Public Private Partnership (PPP) for Strengthening HIV Response Coordination and Management

NAC has received sustained support from UNJT on energizing local leadership and mobilization of domestic resources for local response to HIV&AIDS.  That support has concentrated on repositioning the Local Authorities to increasing owe the response and play an active role in coordinating resmore

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Sensitizing Zambian Youths on Democratic Participation

Sports are indisputably the most popular leisure activities among youths in Zambia. In the lead-up to the 2011 elections, UNDP supported the capacity development of national institutions including civil society organizations to strengthen a political process aimed specifically at young people. An immore

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Strengthening the role of adjudicators in handling GBV cases

In 2012 alone close to twelve thousand cases of GBV were reported to the Zambia but, sadly, only approximately 1500 of these made it to the Courts of law and 1236 remained pending cases while 233 were withdrawn from Court hearings.  A lot other cases did not even get to the police. This is has more

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UNDP Partners with the community in Mwanjawantu - Nothing is impossible: Mr. Rabson Tembo’s Story

Mr Tembo, who is a physically challenged person, is 23 years of age and lives in Mwanjawantu in a village known as Kazindilo, 5 kms from Mwanjawantu. He is a member of a youth club under Boarder Farmers Cooperative and is one of the beneficiaries who received a 10 kg bag of maize seed, 2x 50 kg bagsmore

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