The Zimbabwe Women’s Resource Centre and Network (ZWRCN) is a non- governmental organization committed to promoting women’s social and economic justice in Zimbabwe and globally, through the power of information, networking and strategic advocacy. We were established in 1990.

We are motivated by the belief that all human beings must fully enjoy the rights and freedoms enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), and the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development, among other gender equality instruments. These human rights instruments affirm that ‘women’s rights are human rights’ and recognize the inherent rights of every person whether male or female. In this respect, ZWRCN stands for Women’s Human Rights.

Vision
To see women enjoying the benefits of actualizing their full potential in all areas of their lives.

Mission
To enable women to make informed decisions about key aspects of their lives and act accordingly.

Strategic Aims
The organisation’s strategic aim is informed by three pillars:

  • Enhancing learning, knowledge building and sharing on women’s rights and empowerment
  • Promoting women’s rights and empowerment including their access to, ownership and control over resources
  • Strengthening organizational capacity to achieve results that make a difference to women

View our Strategic Plan

Programmes

ZWRCN’s programmatic focus is underpinned by a desire to Make a Difference for Women (MAD). The organization implements two main programmes: Gender and Information Programme (GIP) and Gender, Economic Policies and Public Finance (GEPPF).

Our Work

1. The Gender, Economic Policies and Public Finance (GEPPF) The GEPPF programme is premised on the need to mainstream gender into local and national...
The GIP is the arm of the organization that manages information dissemination and communications. It is premised on the fact that information is...
ZWRCN established the Eve Zinanga Scholarship fund targeted at young women aiming to enter tertiary institutions. Eve Zinanga is a late founder...

Contact Us

288 Herbert Chitepo Avenue/7th Street,
Harare, Zimbabwe

+236 4 252 388/390

zwrcn@zwrcn.org.zw

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