A Delegation Led by Ms. Christah Kalulu, Permanent Secretary at State House, and Mr. Keeta Shisholeka, Acting Director of the Public Private Partnership Unit, is in London this Week to Meet with Prospective Investors.
The Delegation will Participate in the Inaugural Financing African Infrastructure Conference and Host a Series of Roundtables over Three Days to Present Zambia’s Open Investment Climate and the Extensive Portfolio of Public-Private-Partnership Projects that the Government is Curating.
With Infrastructure Underpinning Zambia’s Ambitions to Achieve Middle-Income Status by 2030, this Trip is an Important Opportunity to Raise the Country’s Profile with International Investors and to Promote Specific Opportunities for Investment.
While in the UK, Mrs Kalulu and Mr. Shisholeka will also Visit the British Government’s Infrastructure and Projects Authority to understand how British PPP Projects are Designed, Delivered and Monitored.
commenting on the london programme, christah kalulu noted, “president lungu’s government will be creating 1 million jobs over the next five years, many coming from the 50 projects we
JUNE 28, 2017