FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS IN ZIMBABWE

ASK, LISTEN, ACT!

ABOUT US
 
 

White Ribbon Alliance (WRA) Zimbabwe believes that health is a human right and that all women and girls must access their right to health and wellbeing.

White Ribbon Alliance Zimbabwe is a locally registered and led, globally-connected, grassroots movement for the health and rights of women and girls. WRA Zimbabwe is affiliated with the global White Ribbon Alliance – a vast network of tens of thousands of advocates worldwide.

White Ribbon Alliance Zimbabwe subscribes to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a universal, global approach to promote sustainable development and ensure the peace and prosperity of people across the world. WRA Zimbabwe situates its core interventions to contribute directly to Goal 3 and 5 while also contributing to related goals that advance the rights and wellbeing of women and girls. WRA Zimbabwe does this by advocating for the needs and demands of women and girls, recognising that women and girls know best the circumstances of their lives and what they need to improve them.

 

At WRA Zimbabwe, our approach is simple:

 

We

  • Ask women and girls what they want.

  • Listen to their concerns and ideas for change.

  • Act: on what they say and advocate for others to do the same

    We catalyse change by connecting women and girls to decision-makers, leveraging the media, champions, and digital technology to reach women and girls in all localities in Zimbabwe.

WHAT WOMEN WANT - VOICES OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN CORRECTIONAL AND REHABILITATION CENTERS

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Our Work

What Women Want

The Global What Women Want campaign heard from more than 1 million women and girls in 114 countries about the one thing they want most for their...

Self-Care

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines self-care as “the ability for individuals, families and...

Respectful Maternity Care

WRA Zimbabwe is strengthening respectful maternity care by engaging midwives to champion ...