WWF Zambia Welcomes Nalucha Bernadette Nganga-Ziba as New Country Director
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WWF Zambia Welcomes Nalucha Bernadette Nganga-Ziba as New Country Director

LUSAKA, 12 January 2024:

WWF Zambia proudly welcomes Nalucha Bernadette Nganga-Ziba, a distinguished leader with over 15 years of expertise in public policy and non-profit development,
as the new Country Director for the country office.

Making the announcement recently, WWF Africa Regional Director Daudi Sumba said that Nalucha’s wealth of experience is a perfect fit for WWF Zambia’s strategic direction.

“We are delighted to welcome Nalucha who has a wealth of experience in program design, strategic planning, and resource mobilization, with a strong focus on promoting a human rightsbased approach to conservation and development,” said Sumba.

Nalucha’s exceptional career includes serving as the Country Director of Crown Agents Zambia and ActionAid Zambia, alongside roles at Grassroot Soccer Zambia and Non-Governmental Organisations Coordinating Council.

Her commitment to policy influencing, advocacy, and driving women and youth participation in leadership sets her apart as a visionary leader.

With extensive regional project management experience in Zambia, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Tanzania, Nalucha brings a global perspective to WWF Zambia.

Her dedication to managing large,
complex development programs in humanitarian efforts, public finance, tax and economic justice, climate change, and governance reflects her commitment to driving sustainable change.

Nalucha holds a Bachelor of Arts with Education and Bachelor of Laws from the University of Zambia.

She also holds a Master’s degree in Communications and Public Relations as well as a Master of Philosophy in Constitutional and Administrative Law.

Her unique blend of legal, communications, and policy expertise positions her as an invaluable asset to WWF Zambia.

“We are excited to have Nalucha as our new leader for the WWF Zambia Country office. We believe that she will build on the existing foundation to propel the office towards more impact conservation and development efforts that should contribute to our mission and drive positive
transformation across Zambia.” said Sumba

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