Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (Zimcodd) and the Chivhu Residents
and Ratepayers Alliance (CHRRA) recently partnered for a women empowerment
workshop where women received information on their social and economic rights.
established in 2000 to facilitate citizens’ involvement in making public policy.
lot of women in Zimbabwe lack information on their social and economic rights hence
Zimcodd saw it proper to enlighten women across the board in Zimbabwe.
basis because they do not know their rights. As Zimcodd, we are not concerned
by political rights but our focus is on socio-economic rights and issues that
affect women in their society daily,” said Chipunza.
including vendors showed appreciation to Zimcodd and CHRRA for such an
initiative indicating that it was an eye opener.
take what we have acquired here to our colleagues.
rights as citizens hence most of the time, we are taken advantage of. We have
learnt that we have to speak out and be our own voices,” said one woman who
attended the workshop.
Chivhu lacks proper information dissemination channels on critical events for
example parliamentary portfolio committee meetings and other related activities
which then leaves out a number of women who should be available to make contributions
and point out issues that affect them in society.