Delegation of the European Union to Zambia and COMESA
The EU's financial and technical cooperation aims at supporting the development agendas of both Zambia and COMESA.
The Kariba Dam was constructed across the Zambezi River between 1956 and 1959 and has been central to regional energy security and economic development ever since.
The overall objective of RISM Consolidation is to support the economic integration process of the Eastern, Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean region through the consolidation of the COMESA FTA and implementation of the COMESA and EAC Customs Unions and Common Markets.
To contribute to increased access to justice for 6,500 women, survivors and victims of Gender Based Violence, and 500 men in 3 districts of Zambia.
The project aims to scale up conservation agriculture in 31 districts of Zambia in order to increase productivity and production of crops for food security and income generation.