Zambia programme plan 2013

Zambia programme plan 2013

05 June 2013

This is Concern Worldwide's 2013 programme plan for Zambia.

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The country successfully recovered from the post-election anxiety. This has seen donors and investors making longer term commitments in various sectors of the economy such as agriculture, education and health. The government has also shown strong commitment to accountability and the fight against corruption. This has resulted in, among other things, resumption of funding from the Global Fund on HIV and AIDs, TB and Malaria. The government has also raised the number of women appointed to decision making positions in the public sector. Overall, the government is committed to the implementation of pro-poor policies across all sectors however, funding remains the main challenge in operationalizing policies.
Despite the country’s record of political stability, the unresolved differences between the central government and Barotse Royal Establishment, the traditional authority in the Western Province who have demanded self-determination are a potential source of conflict.

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Zambia programme plan 2013

This is Concern Worldwide's 2013 programme plan for Zambia.