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

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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 they received training certificates respectively.  The 6 week training was conducted at Mt Hampden Vocational Training Center, with support from the Ministry of Youth, Indigenization and Empowerment.

Furthermore, team building exercise, assertiveness and sexual reproductive health rights
awareness were also conducted.

         PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY                          hivosogo

About teshemovement

We are a young women's movement challenging the social exclusion, inequality and marginalization of young women in Zimbabwe. TESHE further defined T ranscending marginalization and exclusion E quality for all Young women S ustainable Livelihoods H ope for a brighter future E mpowerment in all spheres Our name” TESHE” IS derived from the Ndau dialect meaning Together. As young women we need each other if we are ever truly going to be empowered. TOGETHER, we can rise up and see a new country that truly empowers its young women. Our catch phrase as TESHE Young Women's Movement is TARAMBA KUSARA - WE WON'T BE LEFT OUT. We make no apologies for demanding improvement of our social and economic status.

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