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Busy Bees - The Chapanduka Honey Processing Association

“It is good for women to be involved in such projects as they will have an income source of their own, can be independent and not fully reliant on their husbands”. - Eunice  


Rebuilding stronger on renewed hope

Communities affected by Cyclone Idai are rebuilding stronger to lessen the impact of future disasters  


Let it flow: Adapting the Nyanyadzi Irrigation Scheme to Climate Change

Investment in the climate proofing of agricultural systems such as the Nyanyadzi Irrigation Scheme is essential in effective disaster risk reduction.  


Cleaning up Harare one suburb at a time

Cliff and Ronnie set-up the Zimbabwe Sunshine Group after they identified a huge gap in waste collection and management in their community.  


I am an empowered woman, just differently able!

Samantha has been a disability advocate for several years, working as a sign language interpreter and leading disability awareness sessions.  




Women Empowerment: Mining a fortune

Thanks to her mining business venture, that she started almost two decades ago, Mrs Majola counts among her blessings, “the Special One”. By this, she means the shiny, well-furnished modern house that…  



Youth and Civil Society using Social Media to Communicate HIV Results and Issues in Zimbabwe

UNDP Innovation Fund Report - Youth and Civil Society using Social Media to Communicate HIV Results and Issues in Zimbabwe  

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