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Tapping on Opportunities to Create Jobs Towards Resource Rich and Wealthy People

In Zambia, 3 out of 4 economically active people work in the informal sector because large-scale Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) have not created needed jobs. Domestic Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and small-scale FDI, which have created relatively more jobs and are a seedbed for inclusive wealth creation are not adequately supported by policy measures. […]

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Learning From Government Indices-Towards a Government Delivery Measurement Tool

Zambia does not have one consolidated and widely accepted tool for measuring Government delivery of development commitments and targets. Instead there are a number of measurement frameworks, which sometimes lead to inconsistent measurements of progress and outcomes across several data sources. Within Government, there are several Key Performance Indicators which also provide an opportunity for […]

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Learning From Renowned Governance Indices to Inform the GDI :Towards Methodological Options

Zambia does not have a single, consolidated M&E tool. The use of multiple unaligned M&E frameworks which focus clearly on input and output assessment, leads to information variations and unclear reporting of Government progress. Bearing that some sector’s KPIs take long to measure, the GDI tracks progress using 3 dimensions, of progress, output and outcome. […]

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Guiding Zambia’s Policy Direction: Putting Zambia in its Own Driving Seat

Zambia aspires for greater economic growth and sustainable development; this requires well-articulated policy and regulatory coherence. The Paris Declaration proclaims a harmonized development agenda between cooperating partners (CP‟s) and Government. There is need for a focused comprehensive developmental plan, mapping strategies, projects, programmes and policies. The government has various frameworks employed to guide and sequence […]

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Exploring the Zambian Diaspora: Tapping into the Potential of the Zambian Diaspora

The world today is interconnected and interdependent in social, economic and developmental ways, thus acclaiming the name “One Global Village”. In order to fully increase the potential of this Global village, it is essential that countries design and implement comprehensive diaspora strategies for engaging with their global citizens. The size of the countries population can […]