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.

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25 November is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against WomenEvery third woman worldwide experiences vi...
25/11/2020

25 November is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Every third woman worldwide experiences violence in her life - #COVID19 has made the situation even worse for millions of women.

On the International Day to #StopViolenceAgainstWomen, Switzerland sends a clear signal of zero tolerance towards violence! #OrangeTheWorld

20 November, World Children’s DayTo protect the rights of children in Zimbabwe, the Swiss Agency for Development and Coo...
20/11/2020

20 November, World Children’s Day

To protect the rights of children in Zimbabwe, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is working with UNICEF through the Child Protection Fund.

The Child Protection Fund ensures that children in Zimbabwe live in a safer and more conducive environment that ensures their care and protection and supports their sound growth and development.

In order to realise this vision, #Switzerland working with other donors have set out a broad-based approach for ensuring that families have means to provide for children, that children develop to their fullest potential, and that they are protected.

This is especially so this year, with the COVID-19 crisis that has resulted in a child rights crisis. The costs of the pandemic for children are immediate and, if unaddressed, may last a lifetime. Let’s re-imagine a better world for our children.

19 November, World Toilet DayWorld Toilet Day celebrates toilets and raises awareness of an increased people living with...
19/11/2020

19 November, World Toilet Day

World Toilet Day celebrates toilets and raises awareness of an increased people living without access to safely managed sanitation. It is about taking action to tackle the global sanitation crisis and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030.

This year the theme remarks the importance of "Sustainable sanitation and climate change".

Climate change is accelerating. Flood, drought, and rising sea levels are threatening sanitation systems – from toilets to septic tanks to treatment plants. Floodwater can contaminate wells used for drinking water or flooding might damage toilets and spread human waste into communities and food crops, causing deadly and chronic diseases.

In Southern Africa, Switzerland is working towards sustainable sanitation, alongside clean water and handwashing facilities, to help protect and maintain the health security of communities in order to stop the spread of deadly infectious diseases such as COVID-19, cholera, and typhoid. #WorldToiletDay #WATALUX

15/11/2020
1st Assembly of the League of Nations on 15 November 1920

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the first General Assembly of the League of Nations (15th November, 1920). The League of Nations, was the first worldwide intergovernmental organization whose principal mission was to maintain world peace.

Watch the video by clicking on the link below for more information:

https://vimeo.com/476199523/986524dc3e

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Last week, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) joined REPSSI to see the great work they are doing in ...
09/11/2020

Last week, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) joined REPSSI to see the great work they are doing in Chipinge in Manicaland Province. With the support of REPSSI, this community took it upon itself to rebuild a crucial bridge that had been swept away by Cyclone Idai. The bridge allows children to attend school even during the rainy season when the area is flooded. A testament to the power of psychosocial support to build resilience. #PSS #Resilience

LEARNING OPPORTUNITY IN PUBLIC GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION WITH THE SWISS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC GOVERNANCEWhether you are a...
06/11/2020

LEARNING OPPORTUNITY IN PUBLIC GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION WITH THE SWISS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC GOVERNANCE

Whether you are a disaster relief specialist, an analyst at a bank or a project manager, you face similar challenges as you transition into higher levels of responsibility. You therefore need the ability to dissect multidimensional policy issues, the tools to lead effectively outside your specific area of expertise, and a vision for effective governance in an age of interconnectivity and technological disruption.

The programme is tailor-made for – High-potential public sector, NGO, and IO professionals who are transitioning into complex leadership roles or accomplished professionals from peripheral sectors (academia, private sector, etc.) who wish to transition into the public sector

Language of Instruction
English

Structure and Dates
Intensive 15-day course (Aug. 26 - Sep. 10, 2021) followed by a CAS Thesis. The course will take place either onsite, at ETH Zurich’s campus, or virtually, depending on future COVID-related restrictions

Limited number of scholarships available

For more details go to: www.cas-pga.ethz.ch

Switzerland is working with young people in Zambia and Zimbabwe to increase their access to income-generating activities...
05/11/2020

Switzerland is working with young people in Zambia and Zimbabwe to increase their access to income-generating activities in the agriculture sector. Focus of the programme is on improving skills to enhance their employability in the agriculture and renewable energy sector.

Through the programme, Scaling up Youth Employment in Agriculture Initiative – Switzerland plans to create employment for 20’000 unemployed, out of school, rural and urban youth in Zambia and Zimbabwe, among whom 50 percent are young women. The project also indirectly works with Government institutions, local training and vocational education institutes, private sector firms and value chain actors, financial institutions, and hubs that will improve employability or self-employment for young people.

Little Switzerland 🇨🇭 achieves big scores in international country rankings! This makes Switzerland a high class destina...
02/11/2020
Country ranking | Switzerland Meetings & Incentives

Little Switzerland 🇨🇭 achieves big scores in international country rankings!

This makes Switzerland a high class destination.

Read more: https://meetings.myswitzerland.com/en-ch/inspiration/references/country-ranking/?fbclid=IwAR3SWxE55VtTrLyUK_YalWX5U_80zr31FXjeSxhE_yHK9rNl-8OVgg0JA10

Year after year, little Switzerland achieves big scores in international country rankings. Time and again, the land at the heart of Europe secures top position. In the Global Innovation Index, for example, Switzerland has topped the list of nearly 129 countries three years in a row.

Start-ups born in Swiss universities strengthen the Swiss economy!The University of St. Gallen institution carried out a...
01/11/2020
How ETH Zurich spin-offs strengthen the Swiss economy

Start-ups born in Swiss universities strengthen the Swiss economy!

The University of St. Gallen institution carried out a comprehensive analysis and found that ETH plays a significant role in this.

More on: https://ethz.ch/en/news-and-events/eth-news/news/2020/10/spin-off-study.html

As well as generating more jobs on average than other Swiss start-ups, ETH spin-offs are also acquired more frequently. A decisive factor, according to University of St.Gallen’s comprehensive analysis, comes from the institutional support for entrepreneurship.

Full speed ahead thanks to Swiss batteries!The electrification of shipping is gaining ground, making an important contri...
30/10/2020
Full speed ahead thanks to Swiss batteries

Full speed ahead thanks to Swiss batteries!

The electrification of shipping is gaining ground, making an important contribution to emissions-free transport.

Among the global leaders in innovative e-transport solutions are Swiss companies such as Leclanché.

Read more on: https://houseofswitzerland.org/swissstories/science-education/full-speed-ahead-thanks-swiss-batteries

ll aboard Ellen, the world's largest fully electric-powered ferry. As it makes its regular crossing, there is none of the noise or the fumes and smoke of a diesel engine. Without a single drop of heavy fuel oil, Ellen has paved the way for further advances in electric maritime mobility. The electrif...

Embassy of Switzerland to Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe's cover photo
26/10/2020

Embassy of Switzerland to Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe's cover photo

24 OCTOBER: UNITED NATIONS DAY 2020The year 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and its founding Chart...
24/10/2020

24 OCTOBER: UNITED NATIONS DAY 2020

The year 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and its founding Charter. This anniversary comes in a time of great disruption for the world, compounded by an unprecedented global health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with severe economic and social impacts. But it is also a reminder that times of struggle can become an opportunity for positive change and transformation.

Happy UN Day! To pay tribute to 75 years of work for peace, rights and well-being, Switzerland is proud to be associated with the work of the UN.

Multilateralism has never been more important than it is today to face the challenges of our century.
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Read below an opinion piece by the Swiss Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia, Niculin Jäger and his counterpart th...
23/10/2020
Italian: Celebrating cultural diversity

Read below an opinion piece by the Swiss Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia, Niculin Jäger and his counterpart the Italian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Carlo Perrotta on the occasion of the Week of the Italian Language in the World. The article appeared in The Independent. #SettimanaLinguaItaliana

https://www.theindependent.co.zw/2020/10/23/italian-celebrating-cultural-diversity/

This week, October 19-25, Italy and Switzerland celebrate the 20th Settimana della Lingua Italiana nel Mondo (Week of the Italian Language in the World). Carlo Perrotta & Niculin Jäger This annual international cultural event promotes Italian as a language of classic and contemporary culture in var...

FACTS ABOUT THE WEEK OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE IN ZIMBABWE It is worthwhile to note that the Italian speaking community has a ...
22/10/2020

FACTS ABOUT THE WEEK OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE IN ZIMBABWE

It is worthwhile to note that the Italian speaking community has a long history in Zimbabwe with a strong footing in the health, education and cultural sectors.

For e.g. a number of Italian soldiers made Zimbabwe their permanent home in the 1940s – bringing with them the benefit of the Italian culture and language to the country.

The forte of the Italian culture through images is very visible in church buildings that exists in most Catholic Mission Schools around the country, epitomised by Italian art and architecture such as the intricate painted murals in the Chapel of St Francis of Assisi in Masvingo.

As early as 1938 Italian Swiss missionaries from the Bethlehem Mission Society, answered a call to serve when they established Bondolfi Mission in Masvingo with well over 100 members engaging in the establishment of the local parish, a school, medical facilities, and handwork training for the locals.

In the construction sector, there is an Italian hand in the architecture and construction of the great Kariba dam built between 1955 and 1959. The construction was done by an Italian company called Impresit.

#SettimanaLinguaItaliana

Did you know that Italian is one of our 4 national languages? Time to discover the less known third national language in...
21/10/2020
Next stop, Italian-speaking Switzerland: one national language, two cantons, multiple identities

Did you know that Italian is one of our 4 national languages? Time to discover the less known third national language in Switzerland on the occasion of the #SettimanaLinguaItaliana

Read more https://houseofswitzerland.org/swissstories/society/next-stop-italian-speaking-switzerland-one-national-language-two-cantons

Suitcase in hand, let's go! Next stop, Italian-speaking Switzerland. The itinerary first takes you to two Swiss cantons - Ticino and Grisons - and then opens up to the whole country. The soundtrack for our trip: the Italian language, jazzed up with some dialectical riffs and unmistakable Helvetisms....

Embassy of Switzerland to Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe's cover photo
20/10/2020

Embassy of Switzerland to Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe's cover photo

From 19 to 25 October 2020, the settimana della lingua italiana /the Italian Language Week is turning the spotlight on t...
20/10/2020

From 19 to 25 October 2020, the settimana della lingua italiana /the Italian Language Week is turning the spotlight on the Italian language.

It is an annual event that takes place all over the world, making it the perfect time to introduce everyone to Switzerland's Italian-speaking part.

Given that Italian is one of Switzerland’s four national languages, we invite you to learn a bit of Italian with us and be part of this international language and stand a chance to win some prizes during the course of the week. Stay tuned!

Let’s discover the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland!🇨🇭 The third national language is spoken by around 8.1% of the p...
18/10/2020
Next stop, Italian-speaking Switzerland: one national language, two cantons, multiple identities

Let’s discover the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland!🇨🇭

The third national language is spoken by around 8.1% of the population. Italian is a language that lives throughout the Swiss territory and which, as a minority, should be valued!

Click on this link for the Swiss Story: https://houseofswitzerland.org/swissstories/society/next-stop-italian-speaking-switzerland-one-national-language-two-cantons?fbclid=IwAR0RdQgLAvS9S4_jUwVVGIv2SulZ-OL-BwkrF1JmQv41CiK1_96ibUC9qeY

Suitcase in hand, let's go! Next stop, Italian-speaking Switzerland. The itinerary first takes you to two Swiss cantons - Ticino and Grisons - and then opens up to the whole country. The soundtrack for our trip: the Italian language, jazzed up with some dialectical riffs and unmistakable Helvetisms....

FRIDAY INTERESTING FACTZurich 🇨🇭 has been placed third worldwide in this year’s Smart City Index! The report assesses th...
16/10/2020
Zurich is one of world’s smartest cities

FRIDAY INTERESTING FACT

Zurich 🇨🇭 has been placed third worldwide in this year’s Smart City Index! The report assesses the efforts and successes of cities in the introduction of smart technologies.

Zurich is not the only Swiss city to be included in the rankings, with Geneva coming in seventh place.

Read more on: https://www.s-ge.com/en/article/news/20203-smart-cities-zurich?fbclid=IwAR2DpRflf1SL9bzIs8enHbv_5Qy3MzWT8N3GAjmOi5TDkg_RHGqLmZqpZQ4

The city of Zurich has been placed third worldwide in this year’s Smart City Index. The report assesses the efforts and successes of cities in the introduction of smart technologies. Its assessment is based on the perceptions of residents in each city.

15 OCTOBER IS GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAYThe 2020 Global Handwashing Day theme is “Hand Hygiene for All.” This year’s theme f...
15/10/2020

15 OCTOBER IS GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY

The 2020 Global Handwashing Day theme is “Hand Hygiene for All.”

This year’s theme follows the recent global initiative calling on all of society to scale up hand hygiene, especially through handwashing with soap.

This year’s theme which is coming during the Covid-19 pandemic reminds us that we must work toward universal access and practice of handwashing with soap for now and for a healthy future.

Let’s keep our hands clean.

#GlobalHandwashingDay #HandHygieneforAll

Congratulations to the World Food Programme for winning the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize!WFP won “for its efforts to combat hu...
13/10/2020

Congratulations to the World Food Programme for winning the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize!

WFP won “for its efforts to combat hunger, for its contribution to bettering conditions for peace in conflict-affected areas and for acting as a driving force in efforts to prevent the use of hunger as a weapon of war and conflict.”

The #WFP receives the highest financial contribution of all UN organisations from the Swiss Humanitarian Aid Unit.

In Southern Africa, the WFP offices have been working with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) to respond to challenges faced by food insecure communities and households through the flagship R4 Rural Resilience Initiative in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe – an investment that started in 2014 and will be renewed next year.

Keep up the great work you do around the world, around the clock!

The Heads of Mission of Australia, Canada, the Delegation of the European Union, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, S...
10/10/2020

The Heads of Mission of Australia, Canada, the Delegation of the European Union, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom issues this statement on the abolition of the #DeathPenalty in #Zimbabwe

WORLD DAY AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY – 10 OctoberThe World Day Against the Death Penalty is commemorated annually to high...
10/10/2020

WORLD DAY AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY – 10 October

The World Day Against the Death Penalty is commemorated annually to highlight the plight of those who have been denied the most essential human right of all, the right to life, by the justice system.

This Year’s Theme is ACCESS TO COUNSEL: A MATTER OF LIFE OR DEATH

The right to be represented in court by a lawyer is an important right for everyone facing trial, but for those accused of murder and liable to be sentenced to death it is not just important but is very essential.

Zimbabwe has not carried out any executions for 15 years, putting it on the list of countries that have a de facto moratorium on executions. BUT Zimbabwe has not formally abolished the death penalty, with the result that the courts continue to sentence prisoners to death for murder. These prisoners wait for many years without knowing from one day to the next when they will be taken from their cells and hanged.

#switzerland opposes the death penalty in all parts of the world and under all circumstances. Next step: 🇨🇭 is convincing more States to join the global call for a moratorium on #deathpenalty.

The Death Penalty Project

The wheelchair of the future – made in Switzerland !What started as a university project to build a stair-climbing robot...
07/10/2020
The wheelchair of the future – made in Switzerland

The wheelchair of the future – made in Switzerland !

What started as a university project to build a stair-climbing robot turned into a start-up pushing the limits for wheelchair users.

Scewo is also the story of three Swiss students who came together to turn their idea into a new business, ready to disrupt an old industry.

Read more on: https://houseofswitzerland.org/swissstories/science-education/wheelchair-future-made-switzerland

What started as a university project to build a stair-climbing robot turned into a start-up pushing the limits for wheelchair users. Scewo is also the story of three Swiss students who came together to turn their idea into a new business, ready to disrupt an old industry.

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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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