Zambia Institute for Policy Analysis and Research

ZAMREN AWARD

This award is presented to ZAMBIA INSTITUTE OF POLICY ANALYSIS AND RESEARCH in recognition of being the Most Reliable ZAMREN member institution in the category of Research and Anchor Institutions 2021

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Energy Democracy – Visit to Chunga Camp Mini-Grid

Deployment of alternative renewable energy technologies like mini-grids in Low and middle income (LMICs) remains critical towards increased energy access in rural communities and the overall attainment of a just carbon transition. Establishing energy needs of communities requires a participatory approach where roles are inclusive, both environmentally and socially as well as gender sensitivity. The …

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Speech by the ZIPAR Executive Director Dr Herrick Mpuku at the two day ZIPAR-UNICEF Public Finance Management (PFM) training

Welcome to this training workshop on Public Financial Management. Let me start by thanking UNICEF for partnering and supporting ZIPAR in this important undertaking of training business and finance journalists in Public Finance Management. The need for increased transparency and accountability in the utilisation of public funds may not be realised without the full participation …

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Abstract on “Connectivity and Trade, Boosting Investment, Incubating Resilient Supply chain”.

In recent years, the world has been rocked by a succession of crisis which have brought into the direction of global public policy. Not since the second world war have, we witnessed circumstances which have questioned the nature of international relations on the current scale.Following the collapse of the old order of post–cold war era, viz. the fall of …

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Greening the Recovery in Zambia

The COVID-19 pandemic had widespread impacts across the world. These impacts have been severe for the health of populations and economies and have prompted calls to re-think the direction of economic and social development. Arguments for a more sustainable, green model of development have been strengthened by the increasing impacts of climate change and the global energy crisis.

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