The National Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (NANGO) joins the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day of Peace and appeals to all people in Zimbabwe to commit to peace and fostering a culture of human rights post the 2018 general elections.
Women’s organisations have concurred over the need to promote constitutional literacy of women in Zimbabwe, lobby for more seats for women in parliament and in public offices as well as set up gender observatory.
Budget analysis and advocacy are critical tools for ensuring progressive realization of human rights, advocating alternative policy choices and prioritization, and ultimately for strengthening the accountability of duty-bearers in the fulfilment of their obligations.
The genesis of the Economic Participation Agreements (EPA) can be traced back to the historic economic and trade relation between European countries and African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states.
The Annual National Agribusiness Conference (ANAC) is a high-level dialogue platform that discusses policy issues on the agricultural sector with a view to increasing its contribution to the national economy.
NANGO was accredited as a local observer mission by Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), and had 364 local observers to cover the various sampled polling stations. NANGO endevoured to ensure that the election process becomes more transparent.
NANGO is deeply concerned and condemns violence that occurred in Harare where the sanctity of life was violated resulting in the loss of lives of innocent people.
NANGO has been working closely with its membership to ensure that the 2018 harmonised elections are conducted in a free, fair and peaceful environment.
A few hours ahead of the 2018 harmonised elections NANGO deployed observers in the sampled 364 of 10985 polling stations in the northern, eastern, western, midlands and southern regions of Zimbabwe.
Good afternoon fellow Zimbabweans, local and international observers. My name is Wadzanayi Vere, the National Chairperson of NANGO and Head of Mission of the NANGO Election Observation Mission.
NANGO commends the nation for the peaceful environment that has been prevailing ahead of the 2018 plebiscite although there are incidences of politically motivated violence that have been highlighted in some parts of the country.