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Wealth and Jobs Series Policy Brief

This Policy Brief (PB) sets out the linkages that exist within the mining and other sectors in Zambia and provides recommendations on how they might be strengthened. It argues that the development of these linkages can enhance production, growth, job creation and poverty reduction. The PB illustrates these linkages by conducting a cross sectional analysis […]

PMRC Tourism and Wealth Series

Zambia’s abundant natural beauty, warm friendly peo- ple and resource wealth exists alongside extreme poverty, especially in rural areas. The tourism sector possesses significant potential to support eco- nomic diversification, broad-based wealth and income generation, but it has not been utilized as a wealth creating and value adding industry. VIEW PUBLICATION      DOWNLOAD

SI No 63 Policy Analysis

On 19th November 2014 Government issued Statutory Instrument No. 63 of 2014. The regulation is cited as The Public Service (Retirement Age) Regulations, 2014. The Statutory Instrument refers to the increment of the Statutory Retirement age from 55 years to 65 years for persons serving on pensionable terms in the Public Service. VIEW PUBLICATION      DOWNLOAD

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Collaboration

PMRC Executive Director Ms. Bernadette Deka and Ms. Aliness Mumba-Head of Research and Analysis met with Ms. Laura Cobb Senior Technical Advisor and Ms. Mine Metitiri Programme Officer from the Data for Health Initiative in New York, to discuss areas of collaboration between the two institutions as well as to hand over PMRC publications. The […]

Workshop – “assessing the status of fish in Zambia: Policy, Nutrition and Trade”

[rev_slider alias=”Fisheries Workshop” order=”39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50,51″][/rev_slider] The workshop agendas were; To assess and understand the status of the Policy environment governing the Fisheries sector (including status of the review and implementation of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy) To enhance the role of fish in scaling up nutrition and attaining food and nutrition security. To access and […]