ZAMBIA NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNESCO
From the Minister of General Education, Chairperson of the Zambia National
Commission for UNESCO.
From the Chief Programmes Officer, Zambia National Commission for UNESCO.
CROSS CUTTING ISSUES
• Zambia Prides its Successes during the 39
Session of UNESCO General
Conference in Paris.
• Promoting Quality Education: Getting to Know SDG4.
• Capacity Development: Improving Education Quality through Teachers.
• Creating ICT Teacher Education Centres of Excellence.
• Funding Skills Training for Improved Employability, Productivity and
• Implementation of the UNESCO Supported Youth and Adult Literacy Education.
• Understanding the 1960 Convention against Discrimination in Education.
• Recreating Interest in Science, Technology and Innovation: WSDPD 2017.
• Cracking the Code: Girls’ and Women’s Education in Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
• The Science and Technology Female Postgraduate Scholarchip.
• The Potential Use of Moringa Olifera Seed Powder as a Coagulant in the
Purification of Water from Unprotected Sources.
SOCIAL AND HUMAN SCIENCES
• Say No! to Doping: Fight Against Doping in Sport in Zambia Escalated.
• Understanding Intangible Cultural Heritage in Relation to Sustainable
Development in Zambia.
• Inventorying of Proverbs of Lala Community of Luano District of Zambia.
• The Lusaka National Museum: Children and the Arts Take Centre Stage.
• Zambia’s Potential for Underwater Cultural Heritage Research and Protection.
• Educating Children in Colonial Zambia; The London Missionary Society
Premises at Mbereshi, in Luapula Province.
COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION
• World Radio Day 2017: Radio is you!
• Critical Minds for Critical Times: Media’s Role in Advancing Peaceful, Just
and Inclusive Societies – WPFD 2017.
• Libraries as Cornerstones of Inclusive Knowledge Societies.
• Empowering Local Radio Stations with ICTs.
• Powering Sustainable Development with Access to Information.
WELCOME TO ZAMBIA
• Tourism: A promising sector.
• Agriculture: …enroute to a diversified and export-orientated sector.
• Mining: Towards diversification.
• Manufacturing: Building productive capacities.
• Financial Services: Deepening reforms for growth.
• Investment: Seeking to build an attractive regime that supports export-led
• Construction: Laying a foundation for accelerated development.
• Transportation: Developing an integrated efficient network.
• Communications: Towards integrating the economy.
• Energy: Strengthening the drive towards diversification.
• Water: Improving access to adequate services.
• Health: Towards universal access to quality service.
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