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AYESE EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

In Partnership with Network for Youth Development (NfYD Malawi with the support of FK Norway, My Age Zimbabwe is implementing a ¬†youth exchange program called Action for Youth in Sustainable […]

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Keeping Girls in Safe Schools

Five Barriers That Keep Girls Out of School 1. Social and cultural factors. In many communities, families expect their daughters to help at home with cleaning, cooking, taking care of […]

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Economic Empowerment for Girls and Young Women

Girls and young women should be afforded a fair opportunity to earn, and they will be instrumental in economic development activities. Granting them equal space in the formal economy is […]

Eliminating Gender Based Violence

As long as girls and women fear for their safety, they cannot realize their full potential. Securing their dignity rests upon eliminating the threat of gender-based violence and harmful practices […]

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Girls Choose project

The Girls Choose project is aimed at raising awareness on child, early and forced marriages (CEFM) as well as creating an enabling environment for the elimination of child, early and […]

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Smart Choices for Contraception

The project seeks to advocate for the provision of two mobile family planning clinics in three internally displaced persons farming camps in the Marondera Rural District of Zimbabwe by June […]

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IPad Campaign, Safe Flow

My Age and Dot Youth a youth organisation in Zimbabwe have partnered in Implementing the I Pad Campaign. On average a girl will miss 48 days of their academic year, […]