In this Article I shall be discussing how Global Warming and Climate Change are affecting Zimbabwe and which ‘green’ projects can be implemented to help tackle these global security issues. Humanity is conducting an unintended, uncontrollable, global
This article focuses on the role of the Village Heads (VH) in rural Zimbabwe and challenges they are meeting in the 21st century. Zimbabwe is made up of state land which the government is responsible for and
Kanyemba is in Mashonaland Central in the north of Zimbabwe on the border with Zambia along the Zambezi River. It is in Ward 1, Mbire district and is under Chief Chapoto who has been chief for the past
While in Ireland I came across the EU policy for broadband (Digital Agenda for Europe) which has enormous potential to benefit our everyday lives and tackle social challenges in Africa. The Digital Agenda focuses on ICTs capability
I met Letwin a mother of 3 in her 40’s living with HIV at a Training for Transformation workshop (stimulate people’s participation and empowering them to analyse causes of problems, challenge forms of injustice, and plan actions
I am currently in Nairobi, Kenya for 2 months (August to October) volunteering in a Children’s centre in Kibera. Kibera is the 2nd largest slum in Africa with over 1, 5 million people living in undesirable conditions.
Training for Transformation (T4T) is a project implemented by Silverira House, one of Zimbabweans oldest and most recognized NGO. Hopely, a squatter camp outside the city for people who were displaced by Operation Murambatswina / Operation Restore
We have a new project in work of trying to combat the deforestation happening in some rural areas of Zimbabwe. The number of small scale tobacco farmers has risen significantly which is good but it spells bad