Latest News and Update from Heal Zimbabwe

“We are reporting all returnees to Traditional leaders and police to minimize the spread of COVID 19”

As part of minimizing the spread of  corona virus, Community members from Bikita are working hand in glove with Community Watch Committees (CWCs) established by communities working with Heal Zimbabwe…

Continue Reading “We are reporting all returnees to Traditional leaders and police to minimize the spread of COVID 19”

Traditional leaders not doing much to help in the fight against GBV

Women in Gutu have expressed concern over the reluctance by some Traditional leaders in the area to help in the fight against Gender Based Violence (GBV).This was revealed during a…

Continue Reading Traditional leaders not doing much to help in the fight against GBV

Heal Zimbabwe partner, MACRAD rallies communities in Chiredzi to resist evictions.

Heal Zimbabwe partner, Masvingo Center for Research and Development (MACRAD), has recorded key milestones in ensuring that communities in Chiredzi demand their right to property and advocate for citizen led…

Continue Reading Heal Zimbabwe partner, MACRAD rallies communities in Chiredzi to resist evictions.

Heal Zimbabwe Congratulatory Message to the new ZHRC Commissioners

Heal Zimbabwe writes to welcome you, Dr, Angeline Guvamombe, Mrs. Dorothy Moyo, Mrs. Beauty Kajese, Dr Cowen Dziva and Mr Brian Penduka and express our profound congratulations on your appointment…

Continue Reading Heal Zimbabwe Congratulatory Message to the new ZHRC Commissioners

“Lack of constitutional rights awareness, the major driver of GBV”

       Women who are part of Heal Zimbabwe Community Peace Clubs (CPCs) have bemoaned the lack of awareness by various stakeholders on constitutional rights for women and noted that this…

Continue Reading “Lack of constitutional rights awareness, the major driver of GBV”