On September 18, the European Union and Zambia discussed Climate Change action during a seminar organised by the European Union Delegation. Nine months after the historic climate deal of Paris, the Delegation of the European Union and its Member States, together with the Government of Zambia took
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to ZAMBIA - Publication date: 30/09/2016
How to enhance the visibility of EU-funded projects in the best possible manner? What are the communication tools which are at my disposal to showcase the impact of my activities? The Workshop on EU Strategic Communication organised by the European Union Delegation on 22 September for the
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to ZAMBIA - Publication date: 28/09/2016
The European Commission today proposed to set up a new European External Investment Plan (EIP) to encourage investment in Africa and the EU Neighbourhood, strengthen partnerships and contribute to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 14/09/2016
"When we harvest maize, we leave the stalks in the field. Parts of these stalks are eaten by the livestock. The fibrous part which is not eaten by the animals adds nutrients to the soil but, at the same time, when it rains, the stalks, used as mulch,help the soil to retain its moisture."
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to the African Union - Publication date: 16/08/2016
Chief Observer Cécile Kyenge presented the preliminary statement of the EU Election Observation Mission to Zambia on 13 August at a press conference in Lusaka. The findings of the Mission's long-term observation concluded that election day was generally well-administered and peaceful, but the
Author: Election Observation Mission to Zambia - Publication date: 13/08/2016
Long queues and generally peaceful environment characterized the polling stations that EU election observers visited in the early morning of election day. Chief Observer Cecily Kyenge said the huge number of people at the polling stations shows that Zambians understand the importance of elections,
Author: Election Observation Mission to Zambia - Publication date: 11/08/2016
Chief Observer Cecile Kyenge introduced the EU Election Observation Mission to Zambia at a press conference in Lusaka. The Chief Observer highlighted the importance of peaceful elections, but added that her team is in Zambia to observe all aspects of the electoral process, and to provide a
Author: Election Observation Mission to Zambia - Publication date: 22/07/2016
Cecile Kashetu Kyenge, an Italian member of the European Parliament was appointed to lead the EU Election Observation Mission to Zambia. Ms Kyenge was appointed as Chief Observer of the mission by Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
Author: Election Observation Mission to Zambia - Publication date: 15/07/2016