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Adolescent and youth participation
14 February 2023
Zimbabwean youth bring innovative solutions to communities
Adolescents and youth inspire us with their creativity, willpower, and perseverance through all the hardships they are facing.
12 December 2022
Zimbabwe imaGen Ventures Youth Challenge winners recognised
The Zambezi Ark Technologies introduced two innovations, the off-grid solar-powered DC lighting system for schools, and the Chigubhu Lantern.
18 October 2021
Advocacy Briefs on Adolescents & Young People in Zimbabwe
UNICEF Zimbabwe consulted adolescents and young people (AYP) in March 2021, to involve them in the programme planning
Files available for download (7)
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Children and Adolescents in humanitarian and protracted crises
(PDF, 325 KB)
Engagement with Adolescents and Young People
(PDF, 212 KB)
Learning and Skills
(PDF, 278 KB)
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Mental Health in Adolescents and Young People
(PDF, 188 KB)
23 August 2021
CATS are fighting HIV stigma one case at a time in Mudzi
The CATS are a creation of the Zvandiri programme which is funded by the SIDA/UN joint supported 2gether 4SRHR through Africaid.
13 December 2019
Generation Unlimited Youth Challenge 2020 - Zimbabwe
We are bringing together bright young minds to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing their generation.
13 June 2019
The #YoungAfricaPhoto Contest
African Childhood Today: 16 June to 12 October 2019
09 April 2019
Young people creating solutions and second chances
Charlene and Tanaka are providing early married women with opportunities to get an education.
04 March 2019
Farai fights stigma associated with HIV
Community Adolescent Treatment Supporter (CATS), mentors children, adolescents and young people living with HIV.
23 January 2019
Young people transforming lives of HIV positive adolescents
CATS enhancing HIV care and child protection in communities receiving cash transfers
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