FAWEZI IN ACTION

Third weather station installed!

Today, 28 February 2019, FAWEZI installed our third ATMOS 41 weather station at a Secondary school in Harare suburbs. You can find out more about the weather stations here. This station was installed at Mabvazuva Secondary amongst FAWEZI staff and Mabvazuva Head, teachers, students, and parents. We thank the Trans African Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO) for […]

SRHR dialogues with young women in Shamva District

FAWEZI had an SRHR dialogue with young women from Chitungwuza District this morning 27 February, 2019! The event was graced by representatives from The District Administrators Office, the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Chitungwuza City Health, and the Ministry of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises-Developments. Thank you to everyone involved and who […]

Beneficiaries Succeeding

More success stories: this time from our Non Formal Education (NFE) beneficiaries. Among FAWEZI’s beneficiaries are two sisters: Nyengeterai and Angeline Bene, who completed form 4 at Domboramwari High School under NFE in 2018. They both did well and made us proud! FAWEZI is grateful to GlobalGiving online fundraising platform and to all our online donors who […]

Joint Sector Review of MoPSE’s Sector Strategic Plan 2016-20 attended by FAWEZI NC

Between 18 February and 20 February FAWEZI National Coordinator Lydia Madyirapanze – under the Education Coalition of Zimbabwe (ECOZI) banner – attended the Joint Sector Review of the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MoPSE) Sector Strategic Plan 2016-2020. Yesterday she was part of a panel on “Equitable Access: What is being done to increase […]

Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) Dialogues Part 2

On 14 February FAWEZI held the second session on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) dialogues at Primary and Secondary level in the Chitungwiza District. With the Primary school children the same topics were discussed: puberty, stigma, discrimination, child abuse, and systems of reporting abuse. With the Secondary school students we also also spoke about: […]

African Youth Development Summit

FAWEZI representative Nqobile Nkiwane was invited to the African Youth Development Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa. She was part of the moderators during the drafting of the End Violence in Schools youth manifesto on 1 December, 2018. She also coordinated the group discussion on ‘Provide safe School facilities’. Her reflection piece follows: We may be […]