Mutasa Rural District Council COE


Date: November 15, 2019
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Fact file
Country Zimbabwe
Province/Region Manicaland
Baseline score  34
Post-2015 score
Population 169,756
Number of women councillors 6
Number of men councillors 25
Joined the COE programme  2019
Anchored Entrepreneurship Programme  No
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Mutasa Rural District Council is a  local authority in the Manicaland province of Zimbabwe established in terms of section 275 of the Zimbabwean Constitution. It was previously known as Chitepo District. Mutasa RDC is one of the seven local authorities in the province divided into 31 wards. Mutasa RDC has a dedicated website through which you can access some of the services they offer.

The council is a spoke council in the hub and spoke programme for gender mainstreaming. The council is mentored Buhera RDC. The council is rehabilitating elderly people’s homes and shelters.  Currently, they are conducting COVID19 awareness campaigns through radio talk shows.

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One thought on “Mutasa Rural District Council COE”

Manana Micheal says:

The current leadership at the RDC has done and is continuing to do a wonderful job in lobbying for the improvement of the Distirct. We all need to applaud their efforts!!

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