AIDO Appoints Amb.Michelle M. Manda As The Country Representative Of Aido International Network In Zambia

Aido Network International (AIDO) has appointed Amb. Michelle M. Manda as the country representative of the organisation in Zambia, effective immediately.

Amb. Michelle M. Manda, is a diligent human rights advocate whose current role is; acting as an educator of Human Rights and Ubuntu, which is in line with AIDOs’ core objectives.

Amb. Michelle Manda is a lawyer by profession, a former diplomat who has served in different missions for her country including the South African and Malaysia. She is currently a lecturer of Public International Law and Human Right/International Law at the University of Cavendish in Zambia.

Previously, Michelle M. Manda has participated in International Relations as an official at the Ministry of Internal affairs in Zambia under the European Directorate as well as Asia & the Pacific. In June 2009 she was appointed in charge of diplomatic and interim affairs to establish the Zambian mission to Malaysia for the first time in Zambia’s history.

With her background in dealing with Bilateral/ International legal agreements, negotiations and administration, we believe she will act as a strong foundation towards building a strong Chapter of AIDO Network in Zambia based on the defining pillars of the organisation.

As AIDO, we are thrilled to entrust unto her the development and naturing of a strong, culture and human rights-oriented AIDO chapter in Zambia.

We wish you a prosperous tenure!

Paul J Eganda (HH)

President, Aido Network International.

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