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TESHE’s PARTICIPANTS -Pilot Project: Linking economic independence and attainment of SRH Rights / Poultry Farming 2013 (Supported by HIVOS)

TESHE believes there is a link between a young woman having a sustainable livelihood and her enjoyment of her Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights.  With support from HIVOS, TESHE was able to successfully train these young women. TESHE Facilitated: Business Capacity Building Training through the Zimbabwe Youth Council,  Poultry Farming training through Irvine’s upon which … Continue reading

Rights of An accused Person- What every young women must know (Supported by Urgent Action Fund Africa)

This laminated card was given out to sex workers and young women in Harare following Operation Zvanyanya. TESHE with the support of Urgent Action Fund Africa was able to host several legal clinics with a lawyer that TESHE has on retainer for emergencies and issues such as these. We encourage the young women to carry … Continue reading

TESHE at the Powering the African Dream Conference in Malawi September 2013

  TESHE YOUNG WOMEN’S MOVEMENT was invited to the Women Steering Innovative Leadership Conference in Malawi.  Our Director Chipo Tsitsi Mlambo was a speaker at the conference. We want to thank Urgent Action Fund Africa for the invitation.

TESHE Young Women’s Movement participates in the 16 Days of Activism 10km run in Harare

ODYSSEY FROM STUDENT TO SEX WORKER: Baseline Survey turned Documentary (Supported by YETT)

This Documentary was produced in 2011- It was a result of a Baseline Survey: Documenting The Experiences Of Women Engaging In Sex Work And Students At The University Of Zimbabwe Engaging In Transactional Sex: A Case Study Of Harare ( At the time TESHE was still operating under the name Youth Talk Zimbabwe Trust. ) … Continue reading


TESHE Director- Chipo Tsitsi Mlambo presented on the abuse of sex workers and young women following Operation Zvanyanya. The operation was sanctioned by the Zimbabwe Republic Police, randomly arresting sex workers and young women as they attempted to “cleanse” the streets. Operation Zvanyanya (It’s too much! ) Her presentation was captured by the Malawi National … Continue reading