The Lusaka Apex Medical University (LAMU) was privileged to be visited by Honorable members of the Zambian Parliament. This was at a meeting held on 27th May 2019 at LAMU’s Chalala campus in Lusaka with members of the Parliamentary Committee on Education, Science and Technology.
The committee comprised of Honorable Members of Parliament, Representatives from the office of the Clerk of the National Assembly, Ministry of Higher Education and Higher Education Authority.
One of the highlights was the presentation on “MEGA Project – Building capacity by implementing mhGAP mobile intervention in SADC countries,” which is an Erasmus+ funded project. The Project began in October 2017, with implementation in South Africa and Zambia respectively.
The parliamentarians were very impressed by the efforts that LAMU is making in ensuring the quality of teaching, learning, and research.
The meeting aimed to review the quality of Higher Education at LAMU in Lusaka, Zambia.
Miss Namwaka Angel Mooto, who is LAMU’s Deputy Registrar – Academic Affairs and Acting MEGA Project Manager, made a presentation to the parliamentarians on behalf of LAMU.
The presentation showcased LAMU’s involvement in Teaching, Learning, Research, and Collaborations with other institutions.