Douglas Tigere


Precious Chinanga



Luwiza. P Makosa
Luwiza Praymore Makosa is the Program Advisor for Student Christian Movement of Zimbabwe (SCMZ) which is based in Harare, Zimbabwe. She has seven years of experience in development cooperation work, including fieldwork in Zimbabwe, Norway and Zambia. Lulu has serves as a volunteer in various women's organizations such as the Sally Women's Institute, Source International fighting against all forms of violence against women and girls. She has also been previously selected as a delegate at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW 57 session). Lulu has been a panelist in various platforms including  international conferences such as the 2017/2018 Global Education monitoring report, 2018 Globalization conference talking about #MeToo Campaign in Africa. She is also a former Fredskopet (FK) Norway participant. Lulu is currently studying for a Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) and she holds a Bachelors Degree in Peace and Governance.
Jean- betrand Mhandu
Jean- betrand Mhandu has been volunteering with CSOs since his High School days and subsequently as the Programs Officer of Student Christian Movement of Zimbabwe. Jean-betrand is a very hard working, self-inspired young man who is enthusiastic in teaching and learning new ideas to the betterment of our communities and engagement of the youth. He has more than 6 years of voluntary work with high flying institutions. He is the former Zimbabwe United Nations Association (ZUNA) Youth Vice President for 2016 and also still National Coordinator for African Youth Initiative on Climate Change. He worked under the sustainable development department and was also actively involved in monitoring and evaluating all activities that govern the Youth. These activities include all Human Rights topical pillars, such as the awareness campaigns and advocacy on Ending Gender based Violence, Child Marriages, advocate for rights for vendors and street families within the societies and networking with like-minded stakeholders. Through ZUNA, SCMZ and AYICC he has been fostering SDGs Transformative Agenda 2030 and youth participation into governance, transparency and all other topical issues through a number of activities such as Public Lectures in Universities, Capacity Building Training's, and Awareness Raising, advocacy, radio and TV programs, other environmental community projects.



Wendy Makaza 

As part of the media team, Wendy manages communication, research and publishing tasks, whilst managing the organization's membership base and completing other required tasks. Wendy has undertaken leadership courses including  Youth Empowerment and Transformation Trust (YETT) winter school program-of which she is an Alumni of 2016. Having an inclination towards youths' (particularly young women's) empowerment in democracy, social justice and gender equality, she has worked with a number of organizations including Just Associates Southern Africa (JASS) in dissecting the role of women in the political space, Heal Zimbabwe in compiling monitoring reports of the 2018 Zimbabwean elections and Institute for Young Women Development (IYWD) in the participation of young women in national processes and economic independence. She has volunteered as part of the administrative team in the launch of the Citizens Manifesto in 2018.Currently she servers as a volunteer at,  and is part of the social movement- Activists Harare, Zimbabwe.Wendy identifies as a Black- African Feminist, and is also a lover of all things artistic from painting and music, to literature, performing and sculpture.   


Chipochashe Mawere (intern)

She is a student at Midlands State University studying for a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Media and Society Studies.  


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