About us.

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.

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.

  • Gender Responsive Public Services (GRPS) in Zimbabwe and globally
  • Social and economic transformation of women in Zimbabwe.
  • Collaboration with Research Agencies, Institutions of data and learning resource center for women’s empowerment and gender equality.

Our Profile


A process of facilitating learning, knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes for personal and social development.

Feminist Economics

A critical study of economics and economies, with a focus on gender-aware and inclusive inquiry and policy.

Gender Equality

The state of equal rights, responsibilities, and opportunities for people of all genders in all spheres of life.

Social and Economic Justice

The fair distribution of resources, opportunities, and outcomes among individuals and groups in society.

Information Technology

The use of computers, software, networks, and other devices to create, store, process, and communicate data and information.

Climate Change & Renewable Energy

Climate change is the problem that we need to address, and renewable energy is one of the solutions that we can adopt.


Our mission,
and Vision.

To transform women’s lives and relevant institutions to achieve gender equality through strengthening resilience, agency and policy influence, knowledge, and information.

A feminist inclusive society.

Our Work