ZAWA transformation for the benefit of communities – Second Lady

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ZAWA  transformation for the benefit of communities – Second Lady

 

Kalabo, July 11/2013, ZANIS ——- Second Lady Charlotte Scott says she  is  aware  of the many challenges  that  was affecting  the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) as the organisation undergoes its reforms.

 

Mrs. Scott said that since ZAWA was being transformed , it was important  for the Authority ‘s management  to meet wildlife Community Resource Boards (CRB) and community leaders to explain to  them  the current position of ZAWA was in the country.

 

ZANIS  reports that  the Second Lady said this when she addressed wildlife Community Resource Board members and community leaders in the Council Chamber in Kalabo today. 

 

Kalabo District Commissioner (DC) Irene Mate was  among  the top government leaders , among others  who attended the meeting .

 

Mrs. Scott,  who is also a Zambia Wildlife Authority Board Member,  said that it was vital to identify and determine opportunities for the future development of ZAWA in the country.

 

She  said that  ZAWA in Kalabo District has significantly implemented  the  wildlife management to better the lives of the surrounding  community.

 

She also said that it was important for ZAWA to be flexible and accommodating in trying to do its best in wildlife management so that it did not under-perform in the executing of its intended purposes.

 

Mrs. Scott said that she also appreciates the support government, traditional leaders and other stakeholders were giving to the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) in the country.

 

During her visit to Kalabo, the Second Lady Charlotte Scott was accompanied by, Western province Acting Deputy Permanent Secretary Josephine Kamona and the Acting Western Region ZAWA Area Warden Jarton Shawa, among other officials.

 

Government recently set in place a new board for the Authority  with a view of improving operations of ZAWA.

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