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Author: Media

  • 15
    Jan

    WALPE Activity Update 12

    i) Identifying, mobilising, capacitating, grooming, mentoring and coaching of aspiring women leaders must start now!! The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) with support from Diakonia held an online rally in October 2023 under the topic “Reflections on the 2023 elections, women candidates’ experiences” as part of...

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  • 01
    Nov

    WALPE Activity Update 10

    i) Aspiring women leaders trained on how to tackle waterborne diseases in their communities. As part of WALPE’s humanitarian response to the cholera outbreak in Harare, the organisation with support from Oxfam conducted a training of trainers on waterborne diseases and their prevention. The training was attended by 45...

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  • 17
    Jul

    WALPE Activity Update 04

    i) Low resources hinder Zimbabwean women’s political participation. On 26 June 2023, the Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) partnered the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) with European Union (EU) support in an online television program. The organisations conducted the television program, streamed live to viewers on...

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  • 14
    Jul

    WALPE and LTI Address Concerns of Women Security during Elections

    Empowering Women in Zimbabwe: Addressing Security Concerns in the Election Landscape Zimbabwe, a country with a rich history and a unique cultural fabric, is once again at a crossroads as it negotiates the complexity of its political landscape. The country’s impending elections in August 2023 not only constitute a...

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  • 20
    Jun

    WALPE Activity Update 03

    i)Vote buying- a menace to women’s political participation. The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) with support from the European Union delegation to Zimbabwe (EU) and in partnership with the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) hosted an online television on Bustop TV’s Facebook page under the topic...

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  • 25
    Apr

    WALPE Activity Update 02

    i)First Young Women’s Multi Party Forum in Zimbabwe successfully launched. The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) with support from the Embassy of Canada successfully launched the first Young Women’s Multi-Party Forum in Zimbabwe. In attendance at the forum were 40 young women representatives from the Zimbabwe...

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  • 22
    Feb

    WALPE Activity Update 01.

    i)Women need resources and guarantee of safety for them to freely and actively participate in electoral processes. The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE), the Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) and the Election Resource Centre (ERC) with support from the Netherlands Embassy on 17 January...

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  • 19
    Jan

    WALPE Activity Update 12

    i)Time is running out for the full implementation of electoral reforms… bemoans aspiring women leaders. The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) in partnership with the Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) with support from the Netherlands Embassy between 04-09  December 2022 travelled to Goromonzi and...

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  • 07
    Dec

    WALPE Activity Update 06

    i)Women continue to push for outstanding electoral reforms in Gutu The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) with the assistance of the Zimbabwe Elections Support Network (ZESN) under the Women for Electoral Reforms campaign conducted women led dialogues on electoral reforms with 50 women from Gutu ward...

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  • 07
    Dec

    WALPE Activity Update 05

    i)Set aside areas for women only candidates to contest freely The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) conducted Women’s Accountability Forums on Reforms in Hwedza from 26-27 May 2022.The main aim of the forums which were supported by the Netherlands Embassy, was to set up accountability teams...

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