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    Posted January 26, 2014 by
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    Ambassador to UN, His Excellency Isaiah Z. Zabala Is 2nd G.O.D. Awards's Zambia Humanitarian Ambassador

    Ambassador Isaiah Z. Chabala is being honored by the 2nd G.O.D. Awards because of the impact of his visions and humanitarian projects to the people of Zambia.

    About Ambassador Isaiah Z. Chabala

    · Established Visionary Consulting Associates in 2006, as founder and chief executive officer, in order to share 40 years of successful international development expertise with a variety of organizations.

    · Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Zambia to the United Nations, European Union and various other international organizations and agencies.

    · Promoted resource development from international and national agencies as well as foundations and corporations for a variety of international and local development projects.

    · Managed the development of Visionary Skills Training Center, a nonprofit organization in Zambia that provides sustainable business skills for women and girls, including AIDS orphans and widows.

    · Graduated from Columbia University, School of International Affairs, with a Master’s degree in International Affairs; Bath University in the United Kingdom with a post-graduate diploma in Fiscal Studies; International Monetary Fund (IMF) Institute in Washington, D.C., USA with a certificate in Public Finance; Oxford University, St. Peter’s College, United Kingdom, with a post-graduate degree in Foreign Service Studies; and the University of Zambia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and French.

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