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Chongwe Mayor, Councillor Christopher Habeenzu, who is also Local Government Association of Zambia (LGAZ) Vice President for Lusaka Province on 28th February, 2023 officiated at the training of Gender Focal Points drawn from 50 local authorities across the country. The

The Partnership for Municipal Innovation Women in Local Leadership Project Director Mrs. Mary Heather White is this week visiting the Local Government Association of Zambia. Mrs. White, who landed in Lusaka yesterday, is visiting the Association with the aim to

With support from USAID-Local Impact Governance Project and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) under the Partnership for Municipal Innovation-Women in Local Leadership (PMI-WILL) Project, the Local Government Association of Zambia (LGAZ) is conducting a capacity building and action planning

2022 LUSAKA DECLARATION We, the delegates comprising Mayors, Council Chairpersons, Deputy Mayors, Deputy Council Chairpersons, Ward Councillors, Town Clerks, Council Secretaries, Senior Government Officials and other Stakeholders, meeting as the Joint 66th Annual Conference of LGAZ and 19th General Assembly

“Let me once again reiterate the fact that human capacity development in our local authorities is one of the the key elements for successful implementation of the decentralisation policy in Zambia. In this regard, my ministry is in the process

There are many drivers that lead to development and one of them is putting in place an efficient team of leaders in furtherance of an organisation’s objectives. Development can only be realised when there is leadership in place to drive

  The President of the Republic of Zambia Mr. Hakainde Hichilema has said that the new Dawn Administration is committed to strengthen Local Government as an avenue for enhanced local democracy by enabling communities to participate in local development decision

17 Local Authorities have this month received various types of hygienic material to supplement their efforts in the fight against COVID-19. The materials worth K2.098,100.50 have been donated by GIZ Decentralisation for Development programme (D4D) through the Association’s COVID-19 Advisory


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