Part I – Brief analysis of the context and past EU engagement
1. The State of Civil Society
During the month of July in 2019 NANGO held sensititaion meetings in Midlands, Manicaland and Mashonaland East. The aim of the meetings was to ensure that citizens are informed about the Transitional Stabilisation Program which was introduced by the Ministry of Finance in October 2018.
There is heightened public interest worldwide in the role of Non Profir Organisations. Good governance, effective risk management and honest performance reporting are not optional extras.
Inclusive spaces and partnerships for improved public accountability, transparency and effective development
During the month of June NANGO members were affected differenly by introduction of SI 142, introduction of peace committees, launch of the ZAGP, closure of civic spaces among other things. Read all about it in this edition of #ICYMI.
In this month’s edition of #ICYMI Albino Trust Zimbabwe calls for inclusion of people with disabilities in independent commissions, MISA Zimbabwe urges ZBC to come up with measures that ensure diversity and impartiality and the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission reminds us that Gukurahu
In this edition of #ICYMI we review events that took place with regards to the right to education, constituency boundaries, gender equality, access to water and
NANGO in collaboration with Zimbabwe Climate Change Coalition with support from the Ministry of Energy and Power Development and development partners will be hosting the inaugural Global Renewable Energy Conference.
NANGO presents its monthly magazine that updates you on developmental issues you may have missed during the course of the previous month. Click on the PDF below.
NANGO presents its inaugural monthly magazine that updates you on developmental issues you may have missed during the course of the previous month.