Opportunities through Wildlife Protection

by United States Ambassador to Zambia Eric Schultz Zambia is experiencing difficult economic times at the moment and yet to my mind the country’s long-term economic potential remains strong. One area that I have long argued has great promise is tourism, which can be an important source of employment, economic growth, and foreign exchange. Now, ...
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U.S. Ambassador Schultz and U.S. Wildlife Expert: We Must Act

Lusaka, Zambia—The Embassy of the United States to the Republic of Zambia invites Zambians to a discussion with Ambassador Eric Schultz and Michelle Gadd, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (FWS) Program Officer for African Elephant and Rhino Programs, on Thursday, October 29, 2015 from 10:00 to 11:00. The illegal trade in wildlife and wildlife products ...
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United States Ambassador Eric Schultz Spotlights Zambia’s Poaching Crisis

Lusaka. April 22, 2015. LUSAKA — United States Ambassador Eric Schultz visited Kafue National Park this week to highlight the important role of the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) in protecting Zambia’s national heritage, to better understand the operations of Zambia’s largest national park, and to make a call to action for the protection of Zambia’s ...
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United States Ambassador Eric Schultz Visits Southern Province

April 9, 2015 | Contact: Janet Deutsch, Public Affairs Officer, Phone: 357000 LUSAKA – United States Ambassador to Zambia Eric Schultz this week visited Southern Province to promote U.S. government-funded health, wildlife, and other programs. U.S. Support for Zambian Health Programs In the last ten years, the United States has provided more than $2 billion ...
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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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