Call for 2018 membership renew

Call for 2018 membership renew

Dear MISA Zambia Member and Prospective Member,

Thank you so much for your last year’s membership to MISA Zambia.

We appreciated having the opportunity to have you as a valued member. However, we would like to remind you that your membership expired on 31st December, 2017, and you have not yet renewed your membership.

We encourage you to take advantage of your member benefits, which includes: Networking, Being associated with a professional media body that is credible and able to defend press freedom, Opportunity to contribute to better media operating environment, Scholarships and training when available, Legal defence assistance or linkages to partners who offer such services, Access to good governance radio programme grants when funds are available and many others.

In today’s challenging times, you need to stay informed and on top of your game. The Association provides you with information and connects you with the people and programs that will help you achieve your personal, business and career objectives.

As a member, you join with other individuals and institutions who share your enthusiasm and commitment to your career and your profession. MISA Zambia is dedicated to a collective goal – making your career a success.

You can find more information about membership on our membership page.

If you have questions about your membership or benefits, please contact us on +260-211-294 285/6 Monday through Friday, 8:00hrs – 17:00hrs. Or you may send us an e-mail at pm@misazambia.org.uk.

MISA Zambia also welcomes new members to its family.

Our members are the visible epitome of our commitment to change and improvement. It is through your desire and dedication to your profession that the organisation flourishes. Your membership means a good deal to us.

We thank you again for being a valued member.


About MISA Zambia

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zambia was founded in 1996. Its work focuses on promoting, and advocating for, the unhindered enjoyment of freedom of expression, access to information and a free, independent, diverse and pluralistic media.

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