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Lockdown Breakdown : The Safety of women and girls under lockdown

Written By FADZISO FADZISAI MAWUNGANIDZE, Katswe Sistahood - Programmes Officer Imagine a young girl staying with the rapist for 24 hours a day outside of...

HIV and Aids still a cause of concern

By YEVAI SIYAMANYANGA While Covid 19 has become a source of worry to everyone in Zimbabwe and globally, concern should also be on other conditions...

OPINION: International Women’s Day

By TEMBA NZOUNHENDA Just like The Perch, we watched and observed the wellbeing of society in general, and women and girls in particular. Obviously, we...

The SGBV Lenten Campaign

By COLLEN MAGOBEYA Lent is a time to repent, to reflect on your life as a Christian and how you live amongst other people. It...

Miss Ireland International donates sanitary wear to underprivileged children

By TARIRO MUSHORE Epworth – The reigning Miss Ireland International, born Blessing Mutamba donated sanitary pads last Friday to Matthew Rusike Children’s Home and the...

Social media a blessing or a curse?

By PATIENCE PATI We are now living in a global village and the use of social media has risen greatly, as people from all walks...

Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services (SRHS) for AGYW — the key to gender equality

By MUNYARADZI CHIMWARA “Almost everyone in the world will need access to sexual and reproductive health services (SRHS) at some point in their life. The...

About the SDG’s: Sustainable Development Goal 4

Since 2000, there has been enormous progress in achieving the target of universal primary education. The total enrolment rate in developing regions reached 91...
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