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Development Cooperation in Zimbabwe

Development Cooperation in Zimbabwe

Norwegian People’s Aid is in a partnership with organizations at a local and national level in Zimbabwe, as well as at a regional level in Southern Africa.

The partners represents various interest groups that mobilizes and organizes to meet the socioeconomic and political crises in the country. The work evolves around democratization and a just distribution of resources. NPA supports building and strengthening of people’s organizations. This includes organizational strengthening as a strategy for empowering people and communities to influence conditions under which they live. The work of partners involves lobbying and advocating for an enabling environment for citizens to participate in key national processes such as the constitutional reform process and the right to organize and assemble. More importantly, NPA’s work has also been supporting organization development for partners by strengthening their internal systems and governance structures. This in turn will contribute to partners being better positioned to lobby and engage the state.

News from Zimbabwe:

Statement on Mugabes resignation

On Tuesday 21st November, Norwegian People’s Aid received with relief and joy the news that Robert Mugabe has voluntarily stepped down as...
23.11.2017 |

One of Africa's most influential voices on equality dies

Our long standing partner Professor Sam Moyo passed away in India on the 21st November 2015.
23.11.2015 |

Partnership meeting in Zimbabwe

Every year Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) Zimbabwe and partners meet to reflect, learn, and review their collective work. This is a learnin...
24.01.2015 |

Zimbabwe’s rural women transform their own lives

The Rukweza rural communities in Nyazura have seen great improvements in their lives following the launch of the Rural Women’s Assembly b...
14.08.2014 |
Advisor Myanmar, Zimbabwe and South Africa Nina Bjerke Tawanda
Phone: 45 43 46 22

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