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The Food Reserve Agency (FRA) was established to ensure a reliable supply and meet local shortfalls in the supply of designated agricultural commodities. This agency also addresses issues affecting the food reserve and the stabilisation of prices. FRA's goal is to complete the value chain by providing market access to small scale farmers in rural areas.
Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) has a vital role to play in the economic development of Zambia. It contributes significantly to the economy and to the gross domestic product (GDP). ZAWA improves the quality of life among communities in wildlife estates and maintains sustainable biodiversity in national parks.

Government in Zambia

Zambia became an independent state on the 24th October 1964. It is unitarily headed by a republican president who is elected by universal suffrage for a term of five years. Zambia has a common law legal system. The government is run by the president and his appointed cabinet. The legislature sits on the national assembly which made up of 150 members of parliament elected by universal suffrage for five-year terms. The president has the discretion to nominate an additional 8 members. The judiciary is independent and is headed by the Chief Justice. The government ministries and the departments, the government authorities and commissions are listed in these categories.