Bindura Rural District Council COE

Date: November 8, 2015
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Fact file
Country Zimbabwe
Province/Region Mashonaland Central
Baseline score  38
Post 2015 score (2016); (2020) (51-Green); (69-Bronze)
Population 125,219
Number of women councillors  2
Number of men councillors  19
Joined the COE programme  2013
Anchored Entrepreneurship Programme  No
Anchored Hub and Spoke Programme (Year)  Yes (2020; 2021)
Summit 2016; 2020

With a population of 125 219 Bindura RDC is situated in the mining area of Mashonaland Central. Known for its mineral activity like Gold and Nickel, the town has 25 councillors (21 male and 4 female). Its close proximity to Harare makes the town access a variety of services.   It is one of the few councils that is being headed by a female CEO. Bindura Rural District Council is a hub council for Mashonaland Central rural councils under the hub and spoke programme for gender mainstreaming. The council attained the Bronze rating at the 2020 local government SADC Protocol@Work summit.

Click here to read the council’s 2016 summit case study.

Empowering women, ending violence in Zimbabwe
Click here to review COE Report card
Click here to view the council ASRHR factsheet
Click here to view the council ASRHR action plan
Click here to view the council’s Hub and Spoke Launch report
View COE Hub info

Download : Bindura RDC Situational Analysis Report
Download : Bindura RDC Statement of Commitment

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