Category: Education

government and UN representatives at the ZUNDAF review meeting

UN Strategic Framework lauded for catalysing development results in Zimbabwe

28 June 2018, Harare – Today the Government and the United Nations together with development partners convened high level review meeting to validate and take stock of...

The German Government, through KfW Development Bank, contributed €15million to the second phase of the Education Development Fund (ED

The German Government contributes additional €15 Million to Zimbabwe’s Education

Harare, 25 June 2018 – The German Government, through KfW Development Bank, contributed €15million to the second phase of the Education Development Fund (EDF) to...

David Mascott Country School

David Mascott Country School: offering exclusive learning facilities

By Byron Mutingwende   David Mascott Primary School goes a step further in offering quality education to infants and primary school learners.   Located in the...

Call for 25% women's quota gathers momentum

Making a case for 25 % Young women’s Quota in Zimbabwe

By Institute for Young Women Development We write with a heavy heart in such devastating times being witnessed in the country. Recent and ongoing developments in our...

Panelists at the UNICEF "Brown Bag" discussion

Address menstruation challenges: Stakeholders urged

Byron Mutingwende   Challenges faced by women and girls regarding menstruation should be addressed as an important component of the adolescent sexual and...

Orphans from Tsungirirai Orphanage receiving donation from the leadership of David Mascott Country School in Norton

David Mascot Country School puts smiles to Tsungirirai orphaned children

By Byron Mutingwende   In a bid to inculcate the culture of love, the leadership of David Mascott Country School asked their pupils to pool resources to help the...

Mr. Bishow Parajuli (L) the UN Resident Coordinator in Zimbabwe and Dr. Mohamed Ag Ayoya (R) UNICEF Representative in Zimbabwe.

Nutrition key to national development

By Bishow Parajuli and Dr. Mohamed Ag Ayoya Malnutrition continues to be a challenge for many countries around the world. Globally, one in three people is malnourished...

Jealousy Chibare, the father of Sympathy who was born with clubfoot explains how the child was successfully treated

Clubfoot deformity can be treated to avoid disability

By Byron Mutingwende   Clubfoot is a deformity that can be treated and every child born with it should not necessarily end up with a lifelong disability, a senior...

Depinah Nkomo, President of Zimbabwean Indigenous Women Farmers Association Trust on her farm

Women have right to own land despite the challenges

By Byron Mutingwende   Depinah Nkomo (widowed) is the owner of a successful farming enterprise in the Selous area of Chegutu, Mashonaland West Province but her road...

Students from Harare Polytechnic College dance to celebrate Africa Day

Embrace Pan-Africanism for unity, peace and development

By Byron Mutingwende   In the midst of challenges from the pressures of global finance capital and lack of priority, Africans were urged to embrace Pan-Africanism...