EwoH2 Land Rights Village Indaba

Village Head Nkomo Homestead 2021

A village talk with different stakeholders in the community about the strides the community has made to have a more egalitarian access and control of land in the Skali village of Matebeleland North in Zimbabwe. The event was attended by elected officials from the Rural District Council , traditional leadership ranging from the the Lupane Chief, Chief Mabhikwa to the Headman and the Village Head, administration officials from thr government of Zimbabwe but most notably members of the community. The community elected people to speak on their behalf to explain the state of women's land right in the village and also explain what could be done to fasttrack the accessing and control of land by women in the village. The traditional leaders also spoke in a dialogue with government officals discussiong the issues raised by the villagers . This ultimatley led to a legal expert answering questions raised by all those present and also offer legal counsel by a legal expert to those who did not understand where the law stood with regards to the problems faced by the community.



Opening prayer by local Pastor  

Welcome Remarks by Chief Mabhikwa

Land rights cases presented by community members

Counsel and Advise by Village Heads

Legal Counsel by Advocate Amanda Phiri

Closing remarks by Lupane Youth for Development Trust

Vote of Thanks by Village Head Nkomo

Closing Remarks and Departure

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Dino Ndlovu


Deputy Project Coordinator
EWoH2 (Women's Project)

dino.ndlovu@kas.de +263 24 2744602 /
+263 24 2745395

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Auslandsbüro Simbabwe