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Environmental and Climate Change Diplomacy Leaders Training

Training of Negotiators

Book presentation

Zimbabwe @ 40 Book Launch

Development, Democracy and Transformation


Provincial Local Governance Policy Visioning Workshop

Collaborative Local Governance Policy Dialogue

The proposed workshop will target Provincial leadership and other groups mandated with various statutes to drive development in Zimbabwe with the aim to create and have a shared vision towards achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and vision 2030.


Training of Mutasa Traditional Leaders on Women's Land Rights

Strengthening Women's Land Rights in Southern Africa

Capacity building workshop on women's land rights for traditional leaders drawn from Mutasa District in Simbabwe.


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The Role of Indigenous Knowledge on adaptating to Climate Change in Zimbabwe -BULAWAYO

Expert Panel Discussion and Student Debate on the role of Indigenous Knowledge on Climate Change in Zimbabwe

A discussion on how local rural communities have managed to adapt to the the changing climate and the lessons that have been passed down from generation to generation. The panel discussion draws from some leading scholars from the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and some community resilience experts from the local rural areas sorrounding Bulawayo. The discussion also offers a space for future researchers and academics to participate in the conversation in a way that initiates conversation, sparks interests and also breaks down very complex issues into very accessible ones by allowing university students to debate topics that expand their thinking on climate change issues affecting Zimbabwe. The topic for the day will be : The future of Zimbabwean daptation to the changing climate is in the prioritisation of Indegenous Knowledge.


Capacity Building for the Dissemination of Climate Change Information by Media Practitioners.

Southern Region

The capacity building programme was meant to enlighten media practitioners in the southern part of Zimbabwe on climate strategy documents in place and be able to generate articles understood by the general public particularly focusing on the revised Zimbabwe Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) In specific, the workshop sought to: Build capacity of media practitioners on climate strategy documents in place as well as various climate change management initiatives with the goal of sensitizing them on the need to report extensively and intensively on the same. It equiped the media practitioners with information, knowledge and skills to understand the climate strategy documents, with a view to demystifying the same for their audience.


Seminar on Climate Reporting In Zimbabwe: The Changing Landscape For Business Climate Action Through Disclosure

Predict, Prevent, Adapt

On August 17 2021, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Zimbabwe under the hashtag #PredictPreventAdapt collaborated with the Institute For Sustainability Africa and the Zimbabwe Department of Climate Change on enhancing Climate Reporting in the Zimbabwean corporate sector.


The Role of Women in Zimbabwe’s Economy

Inclusion, agency and influence

The panelists discussed the changing role of women in Zimbabwe’s economic structures and the priorities for promoting greater economic inclusion, agency and influence of women in the country. It also focused on the differing impacts of COVID-19 on women’s economic activities across various sectors, as well as along rural-urban and formal-informal economy lines.


Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation Open Day 2021

„Politics and trust“

The work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation: focusing on participation, representation, security, and innovation.


Climate Change Symposium

University of Zimbabwe - Centre for Applied Social Sciences

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Harare - Banjul Start-Up Forum

Gambische und simbabwische Jungunternehmer im Austausch

Die Schaffung von Perspektiven für junge Menschen und die Entwicklung der lokalen Landwirtschaft sind Grundvoraussetzungen für eine nachhaltige Wirtschaftsentwicklung in Subsahara-Afrika. In diesem Zusammenhang fand in Kooperation mit dem Auslandsbüro Senegal / Gambia am 28. und 29. Mai das erste Harare - Banjul Start-Up Forum statt.

Enge Verflechtung von politischer Führung und Militär prägt nach wie vor das Machtgefüge

Als das Militär in Harare einrückte und Präsident Mugabe zum Rücktritt zwang, blickte die Welt auf Simbabwe. Viele sahen die Ereignisse als Fanal für Demokratie und wirtschaftlichen Aufschwung. Waren diese Hoffnungen voreilig oder steht der lang erhoffte politische Wandel tatsächlich bevor?

Vernetzung simbabwischer und deutscher Vertreter zivilgesellschaftlicher Organisationen

Besucher aus Simbabwe in Deutschland

Auf Einladung der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung waren vergangene Woche Vertreter der simbabwischen Zivilgesellschaft zu Gast in Deutschland. Sie nahmen an der UN- Weltklimakonferenz in Bonn teil und informierten sich über das Zusammenspiel von Staat und Zivilgesellschaft zum Schutz der Umwelt und Förderung nachhaltiger Entwicklung.

Municipal Environment Policy and National Climate Policy - A Perspective of Implementation

On the 17th of February 2017, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Zimbabwe office teamed up with COMALISO, a local NGO to undertake a workshop/consultative forum in Ruwa on the policy issue of Climate change. The particular question at hand was that of how the National Government Climate change policy was being implemented at municipal level, the idea being that for the national policy to work, various municipalities including grassroots initiatives would have to be in sync with the National governments strategy.

Social Contract: Business Seeks To Preserve Value in A VUCA Environment

On the 16th of February 2017, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Zimbabwe in cooperation with the Employers Confederation of Zimbabwe (EMCOZ) organized a conference on the pro-posed Social Contract. The aim of the activity was promoting dialogue between the business community, the ministry of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare as well as the National Social Security Authority (NSSA).