Development businesses in Zambia

International players seeking to improve livelihoods, working in partnership with local stakeholders
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British Chamber of Commerce
Chamber of Commerce
Lusaka
With strong support from United Kingdom Trade and Investment (UKTI), the British Chamber of Commerce in Zambia provides regular networking opportunities to help businesses build their customer bases and find suppliers and staff. It also gives access to new ideas and innovations through shared knowledge and expertise.
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Nonkhululeko Nursing and Midwifery Agency (NNMA)
Research – Maternal, adolescent and child care
Lusaka
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs), private and public institutions can engage Nonkhululeko Nursing and Midwifery Agency (NNMA) to conduct research on various issues that affect pregnant women, children and adolescents. Their highly skilled and professional team ensures that it provides stakeholders with useful information that can be used for programme evaluation, forecasting and strategic planning, project compliance and advocacy.
Comundo Zambia
International NGO
Lusaka
Comundo Zambia is committed to improving the living conditions of people in the country with a focus on children, young people and the elderly. Their specialists are at the centre of their global commitment to more social justice and better living conditions for disadvantaged children, young people and the elderly. In addition to the specialist assignments, Comundo supports selected projects of local partner organisations with financial contributions and strengthens the networking between projects, actors and organisations.
Restless Development Zambia
International NGO
Lusaka
Restless Development Zambia has earned a reputation for high quality delivery of programmes led full time by young people. The youth-led development approach has been repeatedly cited as the best practice by the World Bank, UNAIDS, UNICEF and other international institutions.
Twinning Center
International NGO
Lusaka
The American International Health Alliance (AIHA) is an international non-profit organization working to advance global health through locally driven projects. AIHA is part of the USAID-supported Zambia Rising Project led by Save the Children to coordinate with the Data Rising and strengthen local systems.
Catholic Relief Services Zambia
International NGO
Lusaka
Its mission is to assist impoverished and disadvantaged people. With programs in 8 Zambian provinces, CRS works hard to improve family well-being through agro-economic development, environmental stewardship and many more. CRS is dedicated to strengthening health systems and sustainability.
Grassroot Soccer
International NGO
Lusaka
Grassroot Soccer strives to deliver and coordinate an array of prevention services for young people that will help protect them from HIV and lead a healthy life. This combination prevention model includes: behavioural prevention, structural prevention and biomedical prevention.
World Bicycle Relief
International NGO
Lusaka
Their aim is to aid access to healthcare, education and other vital facilities. World Bicycle Relief specialises in large-scale, comprehensive bicycle programs by providing supply chain management, technical knowledge and logistical expertise to poverty relief and disaster assistance initiatives.
Open Africa in Zambia
International NGO
Cape Town
Open Africa routes are marketed through their website which connects communities with travellers. Since 1995, 63 routes have been established in 6 countries, positively impacting 2,400 participant businesses and over 27,000 livelihoods. Every cent is ploughed back into the activities it undertakes to benefit marginalised and rural communities in Africa.
SolidarMed Zambia
International NGO
Lusaka
SolidarMed improves health care for 2.5 million people in Lesotho, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Our health programmes are developed in close cooperation with local hospitals, health centers, partner organizations and health authorities.

Development

International players seeking to improve livelihoods, working in partnership with local stakeholders
Bilateral & multilateral aid given by one or more governments to another government
Professional advisors in economic and social reform, wealth creation and good governance
Independent of government and extends the concept of an NGO to an international scope.

Development here refers to international players who seek to improve livelihoods in Zambia through various interventions, working in partnership with local stakeholders.

Development consultants are international development advisors, international consulting agencies or support organisations, providing government agencies, nonprofits, or private corporations, with the tools they need to achieve their goals and measure results.

Government to government aid is support, often financial, given by the people and governments of wealthier countries to help poorer countries deal with a variety of devleopmental challenges such as humanitarian disasters. Bilateral aid is the assistance given from one country to another and this can include money, equipment, training and loans. Multilateral aid is accumulated from donor countries by multilateral organisations, who then disburse it to beneficiary countries. Examples of multilateral organisations that handle multilateral aid, that are active in Zambia, are the World Bank and the various United Nations agencies. They are also known as Intergovernmental organisations, or IGOs.

International NGOs play various roles on the world stage, such as program or project implementation and advocacy. Their scope for influence varies, with their members serving as experts, diplomats, advocates for specific issues, or groups, protesters and activists.

There are many stakeholders in the world of international development - from the beneficiaries right up to bilateral partners. On Infobwana, find a convenient selection of these International development organisations in Zambia, and connect with the most relevant ones using Infobwana's enquiry form.