Fourth Economic Panel Discussion on Power Sector

Points Raised by U.S. Ambassador Eric Schultz  Fourth Economic Panel Discussion on Power Sector April 6, 2016 Thank moderator and WECREATE — United States is a proud sponsor. Fourth panel; purpose is to discuss way forward for Zambian economy. Power is a critical sector. Electricity is the lifeblood of a modern economy. Mining, agriculture, tourism, ...
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Ambassador Eric Schultz Pays Call on President Edgar Lungu

LUSAKA — United States Ambassador to the Republic of Zambia Eric Schultz today paid a courtesy call on His Excellency President Edgar Chagwa Lungu. Ambassador Schultz congratulated President Lungu on his recent inauguration and reiterated the United States commitment to continued partnership with the people and government of Zambia. During the meeting Ambassador Schultz and ...
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Remarks of Ambassador Eric Schultz at the American Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting Reception

Lusaka.  February 19, 2015. Honorable Minister, Members of the AmCham Board, Ladies and Gentlemen, Good evening and welcome. I will be brief so we can get quickly to our guest of honor tonight – and so that she can get quickly to the British Chamber of Commerce’s launch tonight. We wouldn’t want to step on ...
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Ambassador’s Blog

Ambassador’s Blog February 13, 2015. The elections have come and gone and Zambia has a new President, His Excellency Edgar Lungu. President Lungu is taking time to assemble his cabinet and to think through his governing priorities – a good thing given that former President Sata’s sudden death and the whirlwind election probably left little ...
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United States Government Awards $50,000 to Zambian Community Organizations

Lusaka. June 30, 2014. Lusaka — The Government of the United States of America today awarded $50,000 to Zambian community-based organizations through the U.S. Ambassador’s Special Self Help Program (SSH). The six grants will expand economic opportunities and improve the standard of living in communities in five provinces. At the signing ceremony which took place ...
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