Monday, 6 August 2018

Welcoming Honorable Zambian Minister for Community Development/Mother and Child Health to Scotland


FoCH had a strong presence at a very special event in Glasgow last night (26th July), to welcome Honorable Zambian Minister for Community Development and Mother and Child Health, Emerine Kabanshi, to Scotland. 

4 FoCH Trustees (Jo Vallis, Mudenda Munkombwe, Bridget Innes and Suzgo Ndhlovu) were highly privilidged to attend, along with other members of the Scottish Zambia Partnership (SCOZAP)
The meeting took place at the Scottish Government offices at Atlantic Quay, with a meal provided. It. was a lovely occasion and a great opportunity not only to meet old friends and new but to have intimate dialogue with the Honorable Minister on matters of most concern to Diaspora member and Friends of Zambia. 


The Honorable Minister recalled the meeting with 2 FoCH Trustees (Jo Vallis and Consider Mudenda) at her Lusaka office in February 2018. She said that Chitambo is very important to both Zambians and Scots because of the historical connections, and pledged her future support as possible.
Thank you to all who made this meeting possible and most of all to Honorable Minister Kabanshi for her precious time and gracious presence.




Hon Minister Emerine Kabanshi (sitting right) with Zambian Diaspora and friends fo Zambia in Scotland




Honorable Minister Kabanshi (standing)







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