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CABI’s Zambia office serves the Southern African region. As agriculture is the main employer and source of income for the majority of the population here, this office executes our development projects and improves knowledge sharing to address agricultural and environmental challenges encountered by Southern African   smallholder farmers.

About

CABI has had a presence in Africa for over 100 years and it has officially established a presence in the Southern African region with an office in Lusaka, Zambia. As agriculture is the main employer and source of income for majority of the population here, this office will facilitate CABI’s execution of its development projects in the region and also improve knowledge sharing to address agricultural and environmental challenges encountered by Southern African smallholder farmers. We already work on multiple development projects with other leading organizations in Southern Africa and our aim is to extend this.

We aim to build strong partnerships with local, regional and international organizations and stakeholders who share CABI’s international development objectives. Staff here will be responsible for carrying out CABI’s mandate in international development by sharing scientific knowledge in agriculture and the environment with smallholder farmers in rural communities. This knowledge will be delivered through projects based around our work on plant heath, soil health, climate smart agriculture, improved trade and market access, and invasive species.

Our Zambian office is strategically located in Kalundu, Lusaka, close to several important international organizations and institutions such as the University of Zambia. Staff based here will work in close partnership with key in-country organizations to achieve our core objective of helping smallholder farmers lose less of what they grow by giving them access to relevant scientific information, enabling them to sustainably address agricultural problems that limit them from securing adequate food for themselves and earning more income.

Contact us

Noah Phiri

Regional Representative, Southern Africa

CABI, 5834 Mwange Close, Kalundu, PO Box 37589, Lusaka, Zambia

T: +26 0967 619 665 (Office), +26 0973 471 436 (Mobile)

E: n.phiri@cabi.org

CABI - Zambia

5834 Mwange Close, Kalundu, PO Box 37589, Lusaka, Zambia

T: +26 0967 619 665

Centre staff

Noah Phiri

Regional Representative, Southern Africa

Phiri Sydney

SPS Scientist - Food safety

Chapwa Kasoma

Post Doctoral Fellow, Invasive Species Management

Centre News & Blogs

Plantwise Blog

Evidence note highlights impacts and management strategies for Cassava Brown Streak Disease in Zambia

27th July 2022
Invasive Blog

Campaign to tackle Cassava Brown Streak Disease in Zambia takes hold after workshop

22nd November 2021
Plantwise Blog

Conservation farming: can it offset fall armyworm’s impact?

22nd November 2021
Invasive Blog

Digital extension campaign boosts farmers’ knowledge and capacity to manage fall armyworm in Zambia

30th June 2021

Documents

CABI in Africa Newsletter - June 2022

News and stories from CABI in Africa

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CABI in Africa Newsletter - November 2021

News and stories from CABI in Africa

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CABI in Africa Newsletter - June 2021

News and stories from CABI in Africa

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CABI in Africa Newsletter - November 2020

News and stories from CABI in Africa

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CABI in Africa Newsletter - July 2020

News and stories from CABI in Africa

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Related projects

CABI Project
Promoting good seed in East Africa

African Indigenous Vegetables (AIVs) are key to food security and income generation in Africa and are increasing in demand. In this project, not only did CABI’s project team promote their consumption and generate more demand, it also built awareness of the vegetables and seeds, improved access to them and developed new varieties.

Start:01/01/13 -End:29/02/16