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Welcome to Zimbabwe Cafe


Welcome to the Zimbabwe Cafe!

This promises to be an exciting forum. I hope that we can use this group to have vibrant and solutions-oriented conversations about women's issues in Zimbabwe, as well as discuss ideas for collaboration.

Please feel free to post journals and share ideas, thoughts, experiences... whatever is on your mind. There is a lot happening in Zimbabwe right now and perhaps we can come up with ideas on how we can play our part in bringing the desired change.

An issue that comes to mind immediately is the constitution-making process currently in progress. When one thinks of the process, numerous questions arise, like: Are women fully engaged in the process? What are the experiences of women in the process? How can we ensure that the voices of women are heard? What can be done to avoid a situation similar to last process.

What are your thoughts?

Let's use this platform to map a way forward.

Together, we can make a difference.

Till next time.



rumbidzai's picture


to all the women actyivists, i would advise you to go to farming communities and tell those people some of thrie rights....just go and see the way they leave

True Rumbi,

I think everyone who has access to different communities should visit and try to encourage people to participate in the process, particularly since the outreach by the parliamentarians is still in progress. One of the limitations we are likely to face is that of resource constraints, so whatever work we do is likely to be on a voluntary basis, unless someone can point us to resources that we can tap into. Nonetheless, it's well worth the effort.

So, let's reach out during the outreach.



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