Network for Empowerment of Women and Girls (NEWaG) is young women led community based organisation that seeks to empower young women and girls in rural areas through supporting and equipping them with life skills information and resources. The organisation was founded in 2015 and operates in and around Masvingo Province, particularly in the rural areas.
Youth Ahead is a community organisation based in Bulawayo which works towards ending the spreading of HIV/AIDS amongst young people through behavior change communication dialogues and activities. The organisation advocates for open dialogue on sexual reproductive health and youth development issues as a way of affording young people an opportunity to take the lead in the planning and implementation of programs related to youth development.
Beitbridge Community Development Trust is a community organization based in Beitbridge and was registered in 2015. The organisation seeks to empower the marginalized and disadvantaged groups such the youth, women, people living with HIV/AIDS, the elderly and informal traders in and around Beitbridge.
Girl Grandeur Zimbabwe is a community organisation based in Bulawayo, and operates in the bulk of Matebeleland area. The organisation was formed in 2013, and it started as a social club for girls and women, a platform where there could just come together, have fun and build friendships. The club’s main aim was to provide a ‘sanctuary’ for women to share their experiences and advise each other on their respective grievances.
Family Bonds Foundation is a registered community not for profit organisation that is based in Harare. The organisation works with families and communities in and around Harare to tackle poverty, issue of abuse, neglect and child marriages while at the same time promoting the well-being of the disadvantaged people, with bias on children, youth and women.
My Age Zimbabwe Trust is a youth led organisation that focuses on innovating communication on advocacy for sexual and reproductive health and rights. Since inception in 2011, the organisation has implemented programmes underpinned to disseminate information on sexual and reproductive health and rights using youth friendly communication strategies such as theatre for development, dance and music. The organisation has grown its network and area of operations in the two provinces of Zimbabwe which are Masvingo and Marondera.