Tag: women

HIFC Mentored Stories,

Social impact of martenal deaths

In a brightly lit sitting room in Bulawayo’s Cowdry Park Suburb sits a worried father,clad in his work suit after a long day’s work. Minutes go by and still Chamunorwa…

Community Stories (UNDEF PROJECT),

Goal 5 on gender eqaulity,women empowerment

Virginia Muwanigwa Correspondent. As the African Union (AU) meeting get underway in South Africa, the issue of gender equality and women and girls empowerment should be one of the key…

Community Stories (UNDEF PROJECT),

41% of infants exclusively breastfed in Zim

ONLY 41% of infants under six months are being exclusively breastfed despite efforts by the Ministry of Health and Child Care to promote the practice, a Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency…

Community Stories (UNDEF PROJECT),

Men urged to participate in stamping out GBV

A LOCAL youth organisation, Students and Youth Working on Reproductive Health Action Team (SAYWHAT), is advocating for male involvement as equal partners in the quest to eliminate violence against women….

Community Stories (UNDEF PROJECT),

Juru, Nyamapanda record highest number of sex workers

Juru growth point and Nyamapanda Border Post have the highest concentration of commercial sex workers in Mashonaland East province, the National Aids Council (Nac) has said. by Jairos Saunyama Nac…

Community Stories (UNDEF PROJECT),

Council demands threaten community garden project

A group of elderly women and single mothers have been given new hope by the Norwegian Refugee Council – but now the city council is trying to take it away…

Community Stories (UNDEF PROJECT),

Home births prevalent in Chipinge

MOST expectant mothers in Chipinge district in Manicaland Province have resorted to home deliveries as the district is reportedly facing a serious shortage of maternity waiting homes, a government official…


Integration of gender equality vital



GBV – What is the missing link?

By Patience Shawarira Until we hold, “crucial conversations” around gender based violence we are not going anywhere said Pastor Evan Mawarire. He was speaking at a discussion organised by the…