the young people developed a song to include what they were learning about Women’s rights. Translated into english the lyrics are ” Your rights, my dear wife, we know your rights” the young women then answer “Women’s Rights”.
NdaiZiva has been supported by SAfAIDS through IrishAID f0r two terms from 2015 until 2017 for the project “An Integrated Response to HIV & GBV through Community Resilience Building in Zimbabwe” NdaiZiva says Thank you, Thank you to SAfAIDS for their continued support.
They took our mum and left. They left us because our father didn’t finish paying her roora. They took our mum and left. They buried her they told us, Even though we wept, Even though we had cared for her, They just came. They took her. And left. Three children, no one to care for […]
In abusive relationships between adults and children. There is some psychological trauma that happens where the child may start to believe that the abuse they are suffering is actually affection. The internal conflict that grows within a child may lead to confusion, and a child not reporting or escaping the abusive situation. The situation below […]
Do you know what I love most about church? It’s unadulterated silence. I never understand why Rudo always says these church benches are uncomfortable, but they are so comfortable so innocent, so spacious. Sometimes I don’t even bother with the benches I sleep on the floor, there I can stretch my legs straight and without […]
What does it mean to be a champion? It means that I have been empowered. What does it mean to be empowered? It means I can answer for myself? I can ask questions if I want. I can answer my friends questions. Not all their questions. Just questions about Sexual Health and Reproductive Rights. Yes, […]
As one of its 2016 initiatives Rotaract Msasa has chosen Ndaiziva as one of its projects that it will support this year. Rotaract donated care packages that included blankets and otehr necessities to children in Norton. The event is covered in pictures below.
A four day adolescent and youth camp was held by the NdaiZiva Capacity Development from 25 to 28 April 2016. The aim of the camp was to equip young people from Norton with life skills to deal with Sexual Reproductive health and Rights (SRH&R) issues, Gender Based Violence (GBV) and HIV prevention. They were also […]
The young people attending the Ndaiziva Camp were asked to write their life stories and ambitions. This young man wrote his in point form: My River Of Life Born 2000 2005 started grade 1 2009 my father died 2012 wrote grade 7 and got 8 units 2013 went to form 1 and a scholarship 2014 […]