Welcome to Young Voices Network

Vision

Our vision is to see young people actively participate in decision making processes, through democratic means, making initiatives in addressing common issues that affect their daily lives, at community, national, regional and international levels.

Objectives

    • To contribute towards the recognition of young people as useful resources in their communities, organisations and societies.
    • To give young people opportunities to discuss and exchange experiences and ideas.

    Key principles and Values

  1. Gender equality:
  2. Human Rights:
  3. HIV/AIDS:
  4. Environment:
  5. Accountability and Transparency:

     

  6. Wafest

    an initiative to celebrate women’s achievements and creativity whilst at the same time focusing on empowering female artists to advocate for a gender just society through creative arts.

    Edith Weutonga

    performing live at Wafest 2014 closing concert.

    African Queen Pauline

    performing live at Wafest 2014 closing concert.

    Edith Weutonga performing live at Wafest 2014 closing concert.

    African Queen Pauline (mafriq) performing live at Wafest 2014 closing concert.

    Do you want to work with us?

    Become a member today, help us develop the capacity of young people to enable them to effectively make use of resources through training and developing tools that will benefit young people, their communities and society at large.

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    who we are

    Young Voices Network is a member of the MACO consortium of nine CBOs in Zimbabwe that is jointly implementing a PMTCT project in five provinces and ten districts in Zimbabwe.

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    Wafest

    An initiative to celebrate women’s achievements and creativity whilst at the same time focusing on empowering female artists to advocate for a gender just society through creative arts.

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