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April 19, 2018

SOLICITATION NUMBER:  72061118R00007         

ISSUANCE DATE: April 18, 2018                                                   

CLOSING DATE/TIME: May 18, 2018 5:00 pm (Local Time)     

SUBJECT: Solicitation for U.S. Personal Service Contractor (USPSC): Social Protection Advisor in Lusaka, Zambia


Dear Prospective Offerors:


A photo of Lubuto Library staff at the Mthunzi American Youth Library reading to children in a talking circle.
December 28, 2017

This year, the United States Agency for International Development’s Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (USAID/ASHA) helped open the Lubuto Mthunzi American Youth Library, increasing access to quality education for all young people especially the vulnerable and out-of-school children in the Lusaka-West area of Zambia’s capital.

USAID Mission shakes hands with Zambia’s Minister of Health during the delivery of 12 vehicles procured to help expand Zambia’s medical network.
November 7, 2017

On November 7, the United States Government officially handed over 12 heavy-duty vehicles to Medical Stores Limited (MSL) to help fulfill its “last-mile” distribution mandate and strengthen Zambia’s ability to deliver medical commodities to Zambians across the nation, particularly those living in rural communities.

U.S. Ambassador to Zambia Eric Schultz speaking at the opening of the Lubuto Mthunzi American Youth Library in Lusaka
June 8, 2017

Good morning. I am honored to be here today as we celebrate the opening of the Lubuto Mthunzi Youth Library. This library represents the ongoing commitment of the United States to support Zambia’s development, in this instance by improving the lives of children and young people. I would like to thank the Lubuto Library Partners for all the hard work they continue to do opening the doors to literature and learning. I also wish to thank our partners in the Zambian Government and other colleagues here today for supporting this unique occasion.

August 29, 2016

In Zambia, the last 12 years of impressive economic growth raised the average per capita income to over $1,700 and made it a lower-middle-income country. Zambia’s 25 years of successful multi-party democracy, with two peaceful transitions between ruling political parties, has made the country a beacon of peace and security in sub-Saharan Africa.


Last updated: April 19, 2018

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