The COVID-19 crisis has revealed the extent to which public services have been under-funded for a generation across Africa, with women in the poorest communities often having to take the strain and
Press Statement: Freedom of the Press and Expression at Risk as Government Suspends Prime Television Broadcasting License
ActionAid Zambia is deeply concerned with the draconian decision by the Zambian Government to suspend the broadcasting license of the privately owned Prime Television.
The 2018-2022 Strategy is ActionAid Zambia’s renewed commitment to continue with the fight against inequality and
injustice that has continued to perpetuate poverty. The gap between the poor and the
ActionAid Zambia's Position Paper on the President's State of nation speech on Friday 13th of September 2019
ActionAid Zambia's Expectations
ActionAid's expectations press statement.
The rise against women and xenophobic attacks
Requesting for grant applications from interested NGOs, CBOs and Grassroot Movements who meet ActionAid Zambia's set criteria to implement projects or activities that are aimed at promoting good
This report shines a light on aid to the private sector, an area receiving much current attention as donors flock to the sector to solve their diverse problems. There are important questions to ask