The Chevening Alumni of Zambia has partnered with the Southern African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) on a project to encourage youth participation in democracy and governance. Speaking during the signing ceremony at the British High Commission yesterday, SACCORD executive director Boniface Cheembe said he was pleased to partner with the Chevening Alumni executive on a project that would add value to Zambia’s democracy and governance. “We would first and foremost like to thank the Chevening Alumni executive for having identified SACCORD as a partner to implement this important project dubbed ‘Youth in Democracy and Governance Public Debates.’ As an organization that has done a lot of work around democracy, governance and the youth since inception we…...

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