Mvurwi Town Council COE

Date: October 17, 2016
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Fact file
Country  Zimbabwe
Province/Region  Mashonaland Central
Baseline score  37
Post 2015 score (2016); (2018); (2020)  (59-Green); (66-Bronze); (63-Bronze)
Population  10,549
Number of women councillors  1
Number of men councillors  2
Joined the COE programme  2016
Anchored Entrepreneurship Programme  No
Anchored Hub and Spoke Programme (Year)  Yes (2020)
Summit  2016; 2018; 2020

Mvurwi is a town in Mashonaland Central province in Zimbabwe. The majority of the population are small scale farmers who are largely agrarian in nature. Mvurwi is a place which is primarily surrounded by farms and is conducive for farming which is essential in the food production of the country.  The council was accorded town status in 2007. The council is a Hub council for Mashonaland Central urban councils in the hub and spoke programme for gender mainstreaming.

Read the council’s 2016 summit case study here.

Read the council’s 2018 summit case study here.

Read the 2020 local government SADCProtocol@Work Summit report here.

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
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