We are excited to share that Impact Africa Consulting Limited (IACL) has expanded its footprint in Southern Africa, with the inauguration of a new regional office in Lusaka, Zambia. This development, announced during a virtual press briefing from our Nairobi headquarters, marks a significant step in our commitment to advancing sustainability across the African continent.
Edward Mungai spoke during the briefing saying “In my role as Partner and Lead Consultant, I would like to express our enthusiasm for bringing IACL’s unique blend of global expertise and localized solutions to organizations in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. Our dedication to fostering sustainable practices aligns with the growing need for organizations to navigate the complexities of sustainability in today’s global landscape.”
The expansion allows us to better serve the specific needs of the SADC region, providing tailored services to address the diverse challenges faced by organizations here. Our goal is to make a meaningful impact, facilitating sustainable growth and development in the Southern Africa region.
Kingsley Kalusha who has been appointed as the Southern Africa Regional Manager shared his vision for the region emphasizing on our commitment to creating a positive difference by aligning our services with the unique challenges and opportunities presented in Southern Africa.
IACL has a proven track record of assisting private and public sectors, multilateral and bilateral organizations, development agencies, and NGOs across the continent. With over 60 clients benefiting from our services in 14 African countries, we have successfully completed 70 projects and published over 15 sustainability and impact reports. Our expertise includes the development of more than 30 sustainability strategies and the provision of close to ten carbon credits and advisory services.
The Southern Africa region, while facing significant sustainability challenges, has also made crucial strides in tapping into numerous opportunities for sustainable development. Environmental issues, exacerbated by the effects of climate change, are a key concern, and organizations are recognizing the importance of addressing these challenges. Economic diversification, with a shift from extractive industries to sectors like agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism, is essential for sustainable growth. IACL’s regional presence in the Southern Africa region is poised to benefit sectors such as the blue economy, conservation, regional cooperation, community development, and urban and corporate sustainability.
Earlier this year, we proudly announced our partnership with the Global Reporting Initiative, becoming a GRI Certified Training Partner in the Africa region. The GRI Professional Certification Program, offered by the international organization promoting sustainability reporting and disclosure, underscores our commitment to maintaining the highest standards in sustainability.
For more information about our firm, please visit our website at www.impactingafrica.com. We look forward to continuing our journey of advancing sustainability and making a positive impact across the African continent.
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