Changes in lives of children

Zimbabwe: Takudzwa Kanyai

Zimbabwe: Takudzwa Kanyai

Change impacts positively when one is willing to change “Voice and Choice of the youths is our guiding principle. As youths, we are now able to distinguish good from the […]

May 13, 2021 Themes: Local Government | Youth Programs: Gender & Governance

Zimbabwe: Sikhululekile Moyo

Zimbabwe: Sikhululekile Moyo

Enter Action with boldness; If you are unsure of your action do not attempt it: Robert Greene  “Gender Links made it possible to meet other women leaders since I assumed […]

Zimbabwe: Patience Munyenyiwa

Zimbabwe: Patience Munyenyiwa

“Because I am a woman, I must make unusual efforts to succeed. If I fail no one will say, she does not have what it takes. They will say, women, […]

May 12, 2021 Themes: Business | Drivers of Change | Entrepreneurship Programs: Gender & Governance

Mauritius: Priscilla Bignoux

Mauritius: Priscilla Bignoux

“You are not only the messenger. You are the message.” Bignoux explained how she had previously been a victim of violence. Today, after rigorous work with her partner, she has […]

Zambia: Mulenga Kateule

Name Mulenga Surname Kateule Country Zambia Give a short history of the leader Before i joined politics, i became a member of the Girls Brigade at my church (the United […]

March 6, 2020 Themes: Gender equality Programs: Protocol @ work

South Africa: Alma Kritzinger

“Working with Gender Links and other stakeholders, changed my mind-set to become more gender aware and focussing on a holistic approach to address gender issues and bring services such as access to […]

November 21, 2019 Themes: Local Government Programs: Protocol @ work

South Africa: Debora Makgoba

“The My Life Program changed my life on gender activist. I also realised that not all men are not good. I realised that kids need love from both parents but unfortunately they get it from a single parent hence […]

November 21, 2019 Themes: Gender equality Programs: Protocol @ work

Anishta Seesurrun – ‘’Be you for you and always with a smile’’

Anishta Seesurrun – ‘’Be you for you and always with a smile’’

This is the motto of Anishta, 33 years old which she elaborates that this quote is about working on yourself for you to become a role model and a source […]

October 7, 2019 Themes: Disability Programs: SADC Gender Protocol & Alliance

Zimbabwe: Resta Dzvinyangoma

Born in 1974 in a family of 5, I was deprived to sit for my Ordinary level examinations by my father in favour of my brothers. My mother had no […]

Zimbabwe: Angeline Kasipo

I am a trained social worker and had always been passionate about children and young people’s issues. I helped to form Kwekwe HIV/AIDS Action Group with a group of friends […]

August 30, 2019 Themes: Drivers of Change Programs: Protocol @ work

Zimbabwe: Nancy Mbaura: Driver of Change

Nancy Mbaura is a holder of a BSc Women & Gender Studies from the Women University in Africa (WUA) and a Zimbabwean, philanthropist and gender activist. She was born at […]

Zimbabwe: Charity Tambara

“When l saw our Council Gender Focal Person (GFP) presenting during the 2014 Local Government Summit in Masvingo I told myself that l can also do it but the question […]