The youth in Zaka district ward 19 are playing a critical role in supporting the construction of Chipezeze Secondary school in Chipezeze village under Chief Ndanga. In early 2019, the Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) community structures under the portfolio committee on education, conducted a survey on accessibility of
Serious water shortages have hit communities in Masvingo central wards 16 and 18. This has been necessitated by the breakdown of the few existing boreholes and the failure to repair the boreholes by the Masvingo Rural District Council (RDC). The villages that are mostly affected are Gundiro, Chijaka, Mupasiri, Chineka,
The video skit explains the importance of inclusion of youth in local development committees and the role of public officials (Stencil) in improving youth (Bhiro) leadership skills and capacity.
Zaka ward 18, one of the least developed wards in Zaka District does not have a single health care facility. Speaking during a Community Engagement Meeting facilitated by the Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD), the residents expressed concern over the lack of progress towards the construction of the recently
Cotrad Zimbabwe in collaboration with the Ziya Cultural Arts produced a video which calls upon public officials to consult the public on how public funds should be used and conduct regular feedback with the communities. The video also urged public officials to prioritize citizens needs in development, while the citizens
The residents of Zaka Central Constituency Ward 18, have considered to take the construction of a clinic into their own hands. Speaking during a Community engagement meeting in the ward held by Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD), the residents revealed that they are currently fundraising towards the clinic so
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