Embassy of Switzerland to Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Embassy of Switzerland to Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations with Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi.
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As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the three countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic and financial affairs, legal arrangements, science, education and culture. CODE OF CONDUCT Welcome. This is the Swiss Embassy in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi page. Thank you for your interest and for taking the time to visit. We invite all users to join the dialogue and discussions on subjects of interest and are looking forward to your contributions. Users publishing a contribution or uploading content warrant that they own or control the rights thereto. We reserve the right, in particular, to remove any postings submitted, including comments, photos, or videos, that: •contain personal criticisms or attacks, or defamatory or disparaging comments of any kind; •are of a racist, abusive, or misleading nature, or are demeaning of others; •contain advertisements in the interest of the user or of third parties, including, in particular, election or voting campaign material, or may be qualified as spam; •are of a pornographic, sexist, offensive, obscene, threatening, violence-inciting, or discriminatory nature; •are unlawful or infringe the rights of third parties (including intellectual property and personality rights); •contain manifestly untrue allegations; •contain accurate statements of fact whose publication violates the rights of intimacy, privacy, or confidentiality of others. For your own protection The dialogues on this social network site are conducted in a public forum. With this in mind, please heed the following principles when you take up contact with us: •For your own protection, never post personal data on your Facebook wall. •Should it come to our attention that any posts contain personal data, we reserve the right to remove them, for your own protection. •“Likers” declare that they accept the “Rights and Responsibilities” defined by the social media platform as well as the present terms of use.

Operating as usual

SUSTAINABLE EMBASSIES: SWISS EMBASSY IN HARARE LEADS BY EXAMPLEIn line with its Sustainable Development Strategy, Switze...
06/08/2020

SUSTAINABLE EMBASSIES: SWISS EMBASSY IN HARARE LEADS BY EXAMPLE

In line with its Sustainable Development Strategy, Switzerland builds and manages its properties around the world according to modern sustainability standards. The most recent example is the Swiss embassy in Zimbabwe's capital Harare. A new solar system supplies the embassy with energy and enables it to operate without one of the emergency power generators that are ubiquitous in Harare.

It's 7am in Zimbabwe's capital Harare. As happens with frequency at this time of day, the state power utility imposes a blackout over the city to prevent the entire power grid from overloading. In order to continue to have electricity during the blackout, building owners throughout the city – including embassies from all over the world – turn on private diesel generators. The Swiss embassy is an exception: its electrical appliances are working and the lights are on, but there is no noise from rattling diesel generators and no smell of exhaust fumes.

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05/08/2020
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Now aviation authorities have experience in approving low-emission types of aircraft propulsion. Pipistrel Aircraft

HOW SMALLHOLDER FARMERS IN ZIMBABWE ARE SUCCEEDING WITH IRRIGATION AND FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTSZimbabwe has one o...
04/08/2020

HOW SMALLHOLDER FARMERS IN ZIMBABWE ARE SUCCEEDING WITH IRRIGATION AND FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS

Zimbabwe has one of the highest levels of water development for irrigation in Southern African. However, most of its irrigation potential is not realised, owing to the lack of development of irrigation systems and inadequate maintenance of installed irrigation schemes.

The Food and Agriculture Organisation with funding from Switzerland through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), has been working with smallholder farmers in Masvingo to enhance incomes and food and nutrition security, through the rehabilitation and commercialisation of 14 irrigation schemes.

Through the programme, smallholder farmers’ livelihoods have improved, as well as food security and nutrition; with direct benefits from year-round availability of vegetable, legumes and grains. Farmers have also increased their incomes as a result of diversified production, linkages to better markets and production inputs, and are now able to send their children to better schools and meet their financial obligations.

Today is #SwissNationalDay 🇨🇭🥳More than ever before, we have felt the importance of social closeness, ties and solidarit...
01/08/2020
Mission August 1st

Today is #SwissNationalDay 🇨🇭🥳
More than ever before, we have felt the importance of social closeness, ties and solidarity. Luckily in the past months we have managed to keep in touch virtually, even if we are far apart from each other.

Let’s take the #SwissNationalDay as an opportunity to come together and to share this special day with the Swiss digital community on www.missione1agosto.org

Also, watch the national day address by the President of the Confederation, Simonetta Sommaruga, to the Swiss abroad on www.missione1agosto.org

#SwissNationalDay Welcome to this year’s unusual August 1st celebrations! Let us celebrate August 1st ‘together’ and share the best moments with each other – wherever you are in the world! Do it yourself Find everything you need for a proper August 1st celebration! Create your own fun by cho...

Despite a special situation induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, we still want to celebrate Swiss National Holiday 🇨🇭. Join...
31/07/2020
Mission August 1st

Despite a special situation induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, we still want to celebrate Swiss National Holiday 🇨🇭. Join us for a virtual celebration punctuated with ideas for traditional Swiss recipes, decorations, quiz, musical selection and video tutorials for different activities to organize at home: https://www.missione1agosto.org/
Happy August 1st!

#SwissNationalDay Welcome to this year’s unusual August 1st celebrations! Let us celebrate August 1st ‘together’ and share the best moments with each other – wherever you are in the world! Do it yourself Find everything you need for a proper August 1st celebration! Create your own fun by cho...

2020 is a special year and in many places we will not have the opportunity to gather as usual for #SwissNationalDayBut t...
23/07/2020
Mission August 1st

2020 is a special year and in many places we will not have the opportunity to gather as usual for #SwissNationalDay
But this is not going to stop us from celebrating 1st of August together wherever you are in the world! Join us and take part in this mission on www.missione1agosto.org

See you soon – July 15th

SWITZERLAND IS PARTNERING LOCAL ORGANISATIONS IN MALAWI TO RESPOND TO COVID-19 Switzerland through the Swiss Agency for ...
21/07/2020

SWITZERLAND IS PARTNERING LOCAL ORGANISATIONS IN MALAWI TO RESPOND TO COVID-19

Switzerland through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is partnering Global Hope Mobilization Organization is training frontline health workers in Malawi for COVID-19 Critical Management.

The programme is supporting the government of Malawi’s efforts to stop the spread of the diseases that has seen positive cases rising in the last few weeks.

Working with Blantyre District Health Office to train other health staff members from the country hospitals is enabling them to take care of infected patients and reduce the number of deaths.

In addition, Switzerland is also working with Tiwale Community Based Organisation in Malawi to produce 25’000 washable masks for the poor and vulnerable in the community.

How do you recognize a true lover of Switzerland?For him/her 1st of August is a key day for gathering, sharing and livin...
17/07/2020
Mission August 1st

How do you recognize a true lover of Switzerland?

For him/her 1st of August is a key day for gathering, sharing and living up customs and traditions.

No matter what, he/her will take on the mission to celebrate #SwissNationalDay virtually together with other fellow Swiss around the world and lovers of Switzerland!

Do you recognize yourself? Then, join us on www.missione1agosto.org

See you soon – July 15th

More than ever before, we have felt the importance of social closeness, ties and solidarity. Luckily in the past months ...
15/07/2020
Mission August 1st

More than ever before, we have felt the importance of social closeness, ties and solidarity. Luckily in the past months we have managed to keep in touch virtually, even if we are far apart from each other. Let’s take the #SwissNationalDay as an opportunity to come together and to share this special day with the Swiss digital community on www.missione1agosto.org

See you soon – July 15th

On this day, 155 years ago, Edward Whymper and his team were the first mountaineers to make a successful ascent of the M...
14/07/2020
The Matterhorn, a beacon of hope

On this day, 155 years ago, Edward Whymper and his team were the first mountaineers to make a successful ascent of the Matterhorn!

On this occasion let’s rediscover the legendary Swiss mountain that has been a symbol for solidarity and hope, also during the #Covid19 pandemic.

https://houseofswitzerland.org/swissstories/environment/matterhorn-beacon-hope

Amid the COVID-19 crisis, images of the Matterhorn have been broadcast around the world. The legendary Swiss mountain has been beaming messages of solidarity and hope for the pandemic.

SWITZERLAND GOES GREEN: MINISTER CHASI AND THE AMBASSADOR OF SWITZERLAND INAUGURATES EMBASSY SOLAR PROJECTOn Monday 06 J...
09/07/2020

SWITZERLAND GOES GREEN: MINISTER CHASI AND THE AMBASSADOR OF SWITZERLAND INAUGURATES EMBASSY SOLAR PROJECT

On Monday 06 July, the Minister of Energy and Power Development, Hon. Fortune Chasi and the Ambassador of Switzerland, Mr. Niculin Jäger inaugurated the Swiss Embassy solar project in Harare.

The project is one of the Swiss Government’s largest solar facilities in the region at its Embassy and residences that is meant to generate clean, low-carbon and sustainable energy. The installation is meant to fight climate change and follows the goals of the Swiss Government to become a zero carbon emission country.
For more details read: https://tinyurl.com/ya9kgvnj

A BIT OF AFRICA IN THE SWISS MOUNTAINS! Did you know: When the Alps were formed, the African tectonic plate collided fro...
01/07/2020

A BIT OF AFRICA IN THE SWISS MOUNTAINS!

Did you know: When the Alps were formed, the African tectonic plate collided from the south into the European tectonic plate: so most of the Matterhorn is a European mountain, but the top is technically African.

June 30 is the International Day of Parliamentarism!In Switzerland, state power is spread over three levels: the federal...
30/06/2020

June 30 is the International Day of Parliamentarism!

In Switzerland, state power is spread over three levels: the federal government, the 26 cantons, and the 2,222 municipalities.

“We the people of the United Nations” is the beginning of the Charter, signed 75 years ago in San Francisco. Switzerland...
28/06/2020

“We the people of the United Nations” is the beginning of the Charter, signed 75 years ago in San Francisco. Switzerland belongs to the @UN family and shares values and goals with the organization. Switzerland is happy to contribute to the work with its experience and innovations. A strong and effective organization is in Switzerland's interest, as it is in the interest of all other countries in the world.
HappyBirthday #UN75!
#MultilateralismMatters

THE SWISS TAP THAT CAN MEET THE WORLD'S WATER CHALLENGESFreshwater is an essential resource and global needs keep rising...
25/06/2020
The Swiss tap that can meet the world's water challenges

THE SWISS TAP THAT CAN MEET THE WORLD'S WATER CHALLENGES

Freshwater is an essential resource and global needs keep rising, particularly because of population growth, agricultural development and industrial demand.

But the world's water resources haven't changed, nor are they unlimited. The UN estimates there will be a 40% shortfall in the amount of water the planet needs by 2030.

The cleantech sector has the potential to develop solutions to reduce how much of this valuable resource we use on a daily basis.

Switzerland has extensive experience in the water sector and a network of tech companies that can help meet water-related challenges. One such start-up is Biel-based Smixin, which has come up with a novel type of tap.

https://tinyurl.com/y8r2g434

Freshwater is an essential resource and global needs keep rising, particularly because of population growth, agricultural development and industrial demand. But the world's water resources haven't changed, nor are they unlimited. The UN estimates there will be a 40% shortfall in the amount of water....

UK, SWITZERLAND LEAD CALL TO KEEP REMITTANCES FLOWING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMICThe coronavirus pandemic and its economic ...
22/06/2020
OP-ED | UK, Switzerland lead call to keep remittances flowing during COVID-19 pandemic - newZWire

UK, SWITZERLAND LEAD CALL TO KEEP REMITTANCES FLOWING DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The coronavirus pandemic and its economic effects pose a serious threat to remittance flows to Zimbabwe. Each year, Zimbabwean expats send millions of dollars in cash and groceries to their families back home, helping them meet food, education, housing and health needs, and cope with unexpected financial shocks.

This support is significant: in 2018 the World Bank put the figure of total remittances sent back to Zimbabwe at $1.9 billion or $125 per person. Zimbabwe is believed to be the third largest receiver of remittances from the UK after Kenya and Nigeria.

For more read: https://newzwire.live/uk-switzeralnd-lead-call-to-keep-remittances-flowing/

The coronavirus pandemic and its economic effects pose a serious threat to remittance flows to Zimbabwe. Each year, Zimbabwean expats send millions of dollars in cash and groceries to their families back home, helping them meet food, education, housing and health needs, and cope with unexpected fina...

Want to know how young people are coping with the coronavirus pandemic? Or you are a young person who would like to have...
22/06/2020

Want to know how young people are coping with the coronavirus pandemic?

Or you are a young person who would like to have your voice heard during this pandemic?

If yes, then join our partner UNFPA, through the Safeguard Young People programme as they host a webinar on 23 June 2020 between 10am and 1130am titled: COPING MECHANISMS FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUTHS IN THE COVID-19 CRISIS. See details below.

16 JUNE – DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD The 2020 Day of the African Child is being celebrated amid one of the worst pandemics...
16/06/2020

16 JUNE – DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD

The 2020 Day of the African Child is being celebrated amid one of the worst pandemics ever. During emergencies such as the coronavirus, the vulnerabilities of children are worsened as a result of the disruption of normal child protection delivery services.

In Zimbabwe, #Switzerland is working with UNICEF under the Child Protection Fund to make sure children have access to the justice system and that they are provided with psychosocial support and health care to address immediate medical needs and future health risks associated with abuse. #DAC2020

VISA SCAM ALERTThe Embassy has been made aware of a potential hoax/scam by an organisation based in West Africa that is ...
12/06/2020

VISA SCAM ALERT

The Embassy has been made aware of a potential hoax/scam by an organisation based in West Africa that is purporting to offer instant e-visas for Zimbabwean nationals searching for employment in Switzerland. This is a SCAM – potential travellers to Switzerland (Post Covid-19) must have a valid visa that is offered by an authorised Embassy in their respective country. For more details on Swiss visa requirements, please see the Embassy website: https://www.eda.admin.ch/countries/zimbabwe/en/home/visa/entry-ch.html

SWITZERLAND GOES GREEN: SWISS EMBASSY FULLY SOLAR POWEREDIn its quest to fight climate change and following the goals of...
11/06/2020

SWITZERLAND GOES GREEN: SWISS EMBASSY FULLY SOLAR POWERED

In its quest to fight climate change and following the goals of the Swiss Government to become a zero carbon emission country, the Embassy of Switzerland has commissioned one of its largest solar facilities in the region at its Embassy and residences in Harare to generate clean, low-carbon and sustainable energy.

The installation of the solar facility is timely considering the effect of climate change which is of great concern to all relevant stakeholders globally and marks another major stride in the history of Switzerland’s investment in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The president of Switzerland, Mrs. Simonetta Sommaruga recently announced that Switzerland strives to be CO2 neutral already by 2050.

Read more on: https://tinyurl.com/ya9kgvnj

10/06/2020

The Embassy of Switzerland is working on a very exciting project with the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo (NGB) titled Resident Artist Capacity Strengthening project. The project has regional and international artists and curators who visits the NGB to produce works of art working with emerging artists leading to exhibitions.

In the interest of promoting art appreciation, mobile exhibitions will be done in Bulawayo’s townships post-Covid-19. The visiting artists and curators conduct capacity development workshops with NGB studio holders in areas such as artist statement development, artist biography, portfolio review, art critic, networking, digital marketing among other hard and soft skills areas.

Below we showcase some of the Resident Artists Diaries in which the artists speak about their work and the challenges that have been brought about by the coronavirus lockdown.

The current #Covid19 lockdown has redrawn but not stopped music delivery formats. DJ sets live from balconies, conceptua...
03/06/2020
The Swiss music platform - articles, playlists, contacts and useful links in all areas and genres of music.

The current #Covid19 lockdown has redrawn but not stopped music delivery formats. DJ sets live from balconies, conceptual showcases, thematic musical compilations or the provision of high-quality audiovisual archives; artists and the entire music industry have been appropriating new spaces for the creation & dissemination of fresh cultural ideas. Did you know that Switzerland is home to many music festivals? Unfortunately they will not take place in 2020. https://swissmusic.ch/en/ invites you to follow these numerous and creative initiatives that are continuing to flourish in this period.

Dossier Stay at home and listen to Swiss music In tutta la Svizzera stanno nascendo iniziative musicali creative online. Scopritele qui! Dossier Stay at home and listen to Swiss music Elles fleurissent dans toute la Suisse, ces initiatives musicales créatives et en ligne! Découvrez-les ici! Dossie...

SWITZERLAND AND THE UK INVITE GOVERNMENTS AND STAKEHOLDERS TO JOIN A CALL TO ACTION: "REMITTANCES IN CRISIS: HOW TO KEEP...
22/05/2020

SWITZERLAND AND THE UK INVITE GOVERNMENTS AND STAKEHOLDERS TO JOIN A CALL TO ACTION: "REMITTANCES IN CRISIS: HOW TO KEEP THEM FLOWING"

COVID-19 is affecting society worldwide. Besides the health impact, migrant workers and their families in low-and middle income countries (LMICs) are feeling the economic squeeze of the crisis.

Many in the diaspora have lost their jobs and are compelled to return home, leaving them without income to support themselves or their families back home.

According to the World Bank, there will be a sharp decline of around 20% in remittances in 2020, a drop of US$110 billion. This reduction will cause hardships for families and communities and increased migration.

Remittances makes up to 10% of the GDP in most developing countries, exceeding foreign direct investment. Given that in past remittances have acted as a stabilising factor in many countries, the impact of a sharp decline will affect the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Governments of Switzerland and the United Kingdom, with the support of UNCDF, the World Bank, IOM and UNDP, are leading a CALL TO ACTION to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on remittance flows, migrants, members of diaspora communities, and the families, communities and economies that rely on receiving remittances. The aim of this initiative is to raise awareness and call on different stakeholders in the remittances sector to take mitigation measures.

To join the Call for Action governments and stakeholders can visit: https://www.knomad.org/covid-19-remittances-call-to-action/

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Embassy Of Switzerland, 9 Lanark Road, Belgravia
Harare

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Tuesday 09:00 - 12:00
Thursday 09:00 - 12:00
Friday 09:00 - 12:00

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As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic and financial affairs, legal arrangements, science, education and culture. CODE OF CONDUCT Welcome. This is the Swiss Embassy in Zimbabwe and Malawi page. Thank you for your interest and for taking the time to visit. We invite all users to join the dialogue and discussions on subjects of interest and are looking forward to your contributions. Users publishing a contribution or uploading content warrant that they own or control the rights thereto. We reserve the right, in particular, to remove any postings submitted, including comments, photos, or videos, that: •contain personal criticisms or attacks, or defamatory or disparaging comments of any kind; •are of a racist, abusive, or misleading nature, or are demeaning of others; •contain advertisements in the interest of the user or of third parties, including, in particular, election or voting campaign material, or may be qualified as spam; •are of a pornographic, sexist, offensive, obscene, threatening, violence-inciting, or discriminatory nature; •are unlawful or infringe the rights of third parties (including intellectual property and personality rights); •contain manifestly untrue allegations; •contain accurate statements of fact whose publication violates the rights of intimacy, privacy, or confidentiality of others. For your own protection The dialogues on this social network site are conducted in a public forum. With this in mind, please heed the following principles when you take up contact with us: •For your own protection, never post personal data on your Facebook wall. •Should it come to our attention that any posts contain personal data, we reserve the right to remove them, for your own protection. •“Likers” declare that they accept the “Rights and Responsibilities” defined by the social media platform as well as the present terms of use.

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The Ubuntu Organisation On a chair at the veranda Tunda sat, rather impatient, five litres of palm wine in front of him while his wife busied in the kitchen. His impatience relaxed when Kasunda finally appeared. “Here are the kola nuts, grandpa,” Kasunda said, handing him some kola nuts wrapped in a cocoyam leaf. Tunda had sent him to take them from his brother, Kasunda’s granduncle. On holidays in the outskirts of Kasane, Botswana, Kasunda had come from Livingstone, Zambia where he lived with his parents. “Thank you, my boy,” Tunda said, unwrapping the leaf. “Pour me some of the palm wine.” Kasunda did and Tunda asked him to get his own cup from the house. “Bring the radio when you are coming,” he added. “Ok, grandpa.” Tunda immediately turned on the fifteen years old radio when Kasunda brought it. It had been bought the day Kasunda was born. “… My name is Mathew Mthabane and with me in the studio are Jarara Wabane from ‘Peace Forum’ and Bartholomew Kisuru from ‘Give World Peace a Chance’. Today we will be looking at the ways forward for several crises around the world. Particularly, we’ll focus on Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Libya, Myanmar, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen. Of course, we will also talk about…” The radio batteries suddenly ran too low. “Oh no!” Tunda cried. “Do not worry, grandpa,” young Kasunda said. “I will buy many batteries for your radio when I will start working. I will even get you a new radio.” “Thank you, thoughtful boy.” Kasunda smiled at grandpa’s kindly remark and sipped some wine. “Grandpa,” “Yes, my boy.” “What is to be done about these crises?” Tunda gulped the wine in his cup. “Good question, child,” he said and then refilled the cup. “We need to start living as a family. We need a new organisation. Let’s call it ‘Ubuntu Organisation’, to bring us more together, to be truly there for each another, which is a great need. “Heunghh, grandpa?” “That you and I are not from Cameroon, for example, should not make us unconcerned about their crisis to propose how to resolve it. For starts, we need an organisation that will pool in intelligence and proposals from individuals around the world. I have a feeling that so many people around the globe would really want to help resolve these many world crises, just that they do not know how. Where there is a crisis, in whatever country, let us focus on it and stretch out ourselves to help out. We shouldn’t wait for so many people to die or for so many things to go wrong before we do something. Let us then act in advance to stem the tide of these crises.” Something struck Kasunda that taking up the solutions to world crises were as easy as that for starts. “Yes, grandpa, this generation can still do something.” He meant every word he uttered. “Yes, my boy.” “Kasunda!” grandma called for him to come and collect their own food. Only then did Tunda feel that he needed to eat. Kasunda dashed out after emptying his cup. “Global Ubuntu,” Tunda murmured to himself. His mind was electrified with possibilities in the fight for normalcy for a crisis-ridden world. He had no solutions, just a plan to call a meeting… Aye Brandon Kiven [email protected]
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