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TaLI Stakeholder Engagement in Midlands Province

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TaLI team recently engaged a number of stakeholders in the Midlands Province in light of the ongoing current economic difficulties which has affected the organisation together with many CSOs in Zimbabwe regarding capacity to deliver their programmes to community. Like one of the many currently resource constrained, the organisation realises the need to tap into creativity to be able to keep serving its constituency thus the girls and young women in Zimbabwe, ensuring that services such as Comprehensive Sexual Education is addressed, Psycho Social Support for Victims of abuse is provided or atleast referrals are made to ensure girls and young women access these services among other objectives the organisation seek to meet for girls. The organisation notes the increased school drop out, thousands of children who are still out of the school system, child marriages and is engaging in dialogues with relevant authorities to highlight and address the problems.

Of some of the interventions TaLI will engage in to address the ongoing resource challenges, the organisation is tapping into its own partnerships which the organisations built since its establishment in 2009 thus providing its technical expertise in girls, young women and youths issues to those with resources such as semi-government organisations which are currently funded. The organisation is also tapping into the creation of consortiums with other NGOs thus local and international to create programmes that can be fund raised together for. TaLI also is working flat out to engage other creative forms of sustainable fundraising to ensure the support of its operations.

“It is heart warming to realise the kind of relationships that TaLI has established over the years and see them paying off in such times of need” said the TaLI Executive Director and Founder, Miss Nyaradzo Mashayamombe after a number of meetings with stakeholders in the Midlands Province. It is clear that the work of TaLI is appreciated within the province, inspite of some of the operational and access challenges the organisation together with others sometimes face in certain communities in seeking to reach intended audiences. While the economic environment is strained in Zimbabwe and while usual donors are refocusing their attention on their own countries and other issues, it is clear that Africans like many countries in the South have to come up with more internal solutions in addressing resource creation for community development.

TaLI is confident that the established partnerships, powered by dedicated team will drive the new 2016 to 2020 Strategic Plan to ensure communities are safe for the girls and young women.


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