PIMS for Zambia - our partners



The following partners and stakeholders are key to the success of the work we do as ZARI.


  • Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) is a national membership-based organization, with countrywide coverage, representing the agriculture industry. Specifically, ZNFU represent small- and large-scale farmers; and agribusinesses.

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  • Grain Traders Association of Zambia (GTAZ) is a self-regulating traders association representing the business interest of the grain traders and their partners in the industry. It is a non-profit organization that sets out to promote Commodity trading, sound trading rules and development of small and medium traders.

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  • The Cross-Border Traders Association (CBTA) of Zambia is a non-partisan membership-based organization comprising members engaged in various forms of trade across borders. The main objective is to provide a unified means of addressing the interests of small-scale traders locally and in neighbor states belonging to COMESA, SADC and EAC regions.

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  • The African Seed Trade Association (AFSTA) is a not-for-profit membership association championing interests of private seed companies in Africa. The mission is to create the best environment for trade and innovation in quality seed for the benefit of members and farmers in Africa.

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  • The Zambia Export Grower's Association (ZEGA) is a non-profit making association promoting the interests of all growers wishing to export fresh horticulture produce.

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  • The Zambia Bureau of Standards is a statutory body under the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry.

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  • The University of Zambia (UNZA) was established by Act of Parliament No. 66 of 1965. The School of Agricultural Sciences was established in 1971 at the Great East Road Campus of the University of Zambia in Lusaka. The School offers undergraduate majors of five-year duration leading to the Degree Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences.

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  • Mulungushi University (MU), one of Zambia‚Äôs three public University. One of the programmes offered is designed to produce graduates that can apply practical skills and theoretical knowledge of plant, animal and soil sciences, and economics to sound management of resources.

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  • NRDC is Zambia's top agricultural college. The College offers training in various agricultural disciplines. Our emphasis on practical training that make NDRC Zambia's top agricultural college. NRDC offers Diploma level training underwritten by the University of Zambia.

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