In Zambia, PACE implements innovative, strategic approaches to ensure that HIV/AIDS, population, and family planning are included in Zambia’s policies and programs as key to sustainable and equitable economic growth and development.
PACE works with partner organizations in-country to produce effective communication materials on a broad range of subjects.
PACE produces new and innovative Zambia-specific advocacy materials, including multimedia presentations on population and HIV/AIDS and policy briefs communicating the implications of recently updated population projections.
PACE builds the capacity of individuals and institutions in Zambia—so that more people understand and can champion evidence about how family planning and reproductive health will contribute to long-term development.
PACE strengthens the capacity of key stakeholders to identify and communicate the policy implications of research through policy communication workshops, and fosters south–south knowledge-sharing through study tours with PACE partners in Kenya.
Policy dialogues and events take a multisectoral approach, inspiring communication between sectors and breaking down silos.
PACE supports multisectoral policy communities to improve communication and coordination between stakeholders and to strengthen commitment from policymakers on key issues, including HIV/AIDS, population, and family planning.