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EPD is pleased to announce the visit in Brussels and The Hague of its three partners organisations based in Zimbabwe. The visit will take place from the 18th-20th of November.

The advocacy and knowledge sharing visit will be a unique opportunity for EPD’s partners organisations to meet EU institutions such as DEVCO, the EEAS, EU permanent representations, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other NGOs.

The main objectives of the visit are to:

  • Present and discuss the ongoing political situation in Zimbabwe with EU stakeholders
  • Raise awareness on the ongoing progress of EPD’s project in Zimbabwe
  • Identify the future role of the European democracy assistance community in Zimbabwe

Fore more information and to request meetings with our partners from Zimbabwe, please contact Ken Godfrey at [email protected]

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