• Counselling, Shelters and Legal Services

    The counselling, shelters and legal services department is the heart of the direct services that Musasa offers to survivors of gender based violence. The department is made up of skilled personnel who interact with women

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  • EMPOWERING WOMEN WITH ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE FOR THE LIFE AFTER SHELTER

    Life after shelter is shaped by the life skills and livelihoods activities offered by Musasa. The organisation continuously work to create opportunities for women survivors of gender based violence by economically

  • Musasa Community Based Clubs facilitates community-engagement dialogues in areas to include Budiriro, Dzivarasekwa, Epworth aiming at improving the quality of services being accessed by women and to serve as a basis for advocacy initiatives around issues affecting women.Musasa continue to

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Welcome to Musasa

Musasa is a non-governmental organization that provides relief to survivors of gender based violence. Its operations are based on service provision, advocacy, social transformation and peace building. Musasa is the Shona name for an umbrella shaped type of tree which traditionally

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OUR STRATEGY

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  • The One-Stop ConceptNew

Programme Strategic Interventions

Musasa’s strategy over the coming four years will be to strengthen community-based structures and groups who are rooted and grounded in the Communities.

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In order to address the disjointed approach that has been realised in GBV services delivery, MUSASA has adopted a one stop concept to ensure that a survivor access  holistick GBV services under one roof. One Stop Centre Concept
 

 

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... He continued to do this on several occasions, about nine times and one day I missed my periods and that is when I realised that I was pregnant. Not knowing what to do, I ran away from home to my late mother’s sister at 4am in the morning. When I got there I failed to tell her that I had been raped and impregnated by my own brother So, in August I gave birth to a child whom I did not want. I wanted to kill myself at first because I did not know how I was going to feed him. Musasa assisted me with counselling which helped me to accept that death was not a solution and I managed to accept him as my son with time. His name is Tinevimbo meaning Hope, he is 7 weeks old now. But everyday I’m battling in my mind, where do I go from here?

More than 60%of rape cases recorded in the country yearly involve children below the age of 16.

Section 80 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Elaborates that Every Woman has Full and Equal dignity of the person with men and this includes equal opportunities in Political, Economic and Social activities...

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  • Trafficking In Persons Workshop

  • National GBV Conference 2017

  • Visit By Australian Embasy, Netherlands Embassy and The Department for International Development

  • Strategic Planning Meeting 2017

  • Visit by the US Ambassador to ZIM

  • A Community Dialogue In Goromonzi

  • Distribution Of Our Work

  • An Urban Community Dialogue

  • National GBV Conference 2017