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Civil Society the lifeblood of Nango: Zendakwaye

Tatenda Shunyai

MASVINGO -The National Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (NANGO) Southern Region chairperson, Zendakwaye Zendakwaye (pictured) has called for civil society to actively participate in Nango activities for the survival of the association.
Zendakwaye was speaking to representatives of various organisations that make up Nango at Alpha Cottages children home last week.
“The civil society should belong to Nango because it is responsible for the well-functioning of the association. We cannot have a vibrant Nango without vibrant stakeholders,” said Zendakwaye
Zendakwaye expressed concern that the organisation was performing poorly in the province because of lack of funding and appealed to all concerned stakeholders to do their part for the welfare of the organisation.
He also urged organisations to pay their annual subscription funds to enable the efficient running of Nango’s operations.
He encouraged members from the province to attend the 2016 Nango Annual General Meeting (AGM) and expo on September 30, describing the events as important platforms where people can express their views and share their visions.
Nango is the umbrella body of the Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) that are predominantly into social welfare and was formed back in 1962.

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