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eGroups Focused ConsultationsNGOZambiaLusakaField Phiri
Executive Director
phirifd@gmail.com
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youth of United Nation -Pemba NGOTanzania Pemba Mohamed  Hassan Vice Director modihasali@yahoo.com779665071--
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Connect Community with Advocacy and Empowerment Tanzania
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Ahadi Forum TanzaniaNGOTanzaniaManyaraClaudinna Hauli
Executive Director
directorafta@gmail.com
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The Action for Rural Women's Empowerment (ARUWE)
NGO Tanzania
Coast - Chalinze Elesia Nyamwela
Executive Director
directoraruwe@gmail.com
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Rural Women Development Initiative
NGOTanzania
Coast - Chalinze Elesia Nyamwela
Juliana Elias
Executive Director
ruwodi2011@yahoo.com or ruwodi2011@gmail.com
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Rural Women Development Initiative
NGOTanzaniaTangaHER VOICE FUND: ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN ORGANISATIONS / GROUPS MAPPING TOOL
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NoName of OrganisationType of OrganisationLocation of OrganisationOrganization Contact DetailsOrganization Brief ProfileAny other info?
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Baraka Women's CenterCBOKenyaNairobiTeresia MwangiManager
informalwomen2015@gmail.com
Organisation Email Address
www.BarakaWomensCenter.org
254-721-3810088
empower women living in poverty with resources they need to advance.
women living in slums3
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Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA Zimbabwe)
PVOZimbabweHarareJudith MusvosviCountry Directormusvosvij@adrazimbabwe.org263 779480350
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2Hands of Hope TrustTrustZimbabweZvishavaneVimbai Nhutsve-vgnhutsve@gmail.com-
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Young Women's Christian Association
Welfare OrganisationZimbabweHarareEsnath Kajawu-ywcazim@yahoo.com-
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4SAYWHATMembership OrganisationZimbabweHarareVimbai Mlambo
Programmes Manager
vimbai@saywhat.org.zw-
www.saywhat.org.zw
263 772403285
Mobilise students and yough in Southern Africa to participate in the attainment of national, regional and global targets that reduce informity in all matters relating to young people's SRHR
Gender, Information and Advocacyfemale students and young women
Employees 27 and volunteers 570
Relevant focus ticked box 1
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5Tony Waite OrganisationPVOZimbabweKaribaEllen VengereDoctortonywaite@mweb.co.zwtonywaite@mweb.co.zw
www.tonywaiteorganisation.com
263 772223646
Focus on information dissemination on GBV, SRHR, elimination of early marriages and school readmissions
OVC and youth programmes, sustainable livelihoods projects for PLWHIV, Women's health, new born and child health, SRHR for in and out of school yough
adolescents 10 - 24 years and women of child bearing age 15 - 49 years
Employees 26 and volunteers 60
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6Insiza Godlwayo AIDS Council
CBO registered as PVO 8/97
ZimbabweInsiza district Mpumelelo MoyoDirectorinsizago@gmail.com263 712524204
HIV service organisation focused on prevention, mitigation, access to treatment care and support.
HIV prevention, SRHR, Girls Education support, Promotion of access to health services, Adolescent support groups, Adolescent Girls Empowerment program, Gender and Early Infant Diagnosis
Infants 0-5 years, OVC, Adolescents, women and man
Employees 22 and 120 volunteers
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Midlands AIDS Caring Organisation
PVO 41/05Zimbabwe
Zvishavane, Mberengwa
Darlington ChangaraDirectordirector@maco.co.zwwww.maco.co.zw263 772177415
Capacity building of communities to respond effectively to social and economic challenges aftecting them. These include SRHR, HIV, Food insecurity, Climate change and adaptation.
1. Life support program: the program has the following projects; SRHR, PMTCT, CARGS, Support Groups, Peer education, Prevention, and Care, Key pops interventions. Child care and Youth empowerment: life skills development, International Citizen Services, SRHR and psychosocial support. Economic Justice: livelihoods, food security, climate change and adaptation. WASH: Public Health Hygiene Education, Borehole rehabilitation, point user trainings.
Adolescent girls, boys, Women, Men, Key Populations (Sex workers, Truck drivers, artisanal miners), PWDs, PLWHIV
Employees 10 and 470 volunteers
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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8Bethany ProjectPVOZimbabweZvishavaneRebecca GumboDirectorbethanyproject@gmail.combethanyproject@gmail.com
www.thebethanyproject
263 712755990/263 773409121
Empowerment of young women and girls with information on SRHR and enhanced capacity to make informed decisions
Information dissemination on SRHR, GBV, community capacity building, food security and resource mobilisation.
Adolescent girls and young women
Employees 10 and volunteers 205
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Chiedza Community Welfare Trust
TrustZimbabweMutasaGladys MukaratirwaDiretorgmukaratirwa@gmail.com-263 772617714
Empower adolescent girls and young women through access to information and services on SRHR, maternal and child care health, menstrual health, access to education, keeping girls longer in school, school re-dmissions, IGPs.
Mobile outreaches offering integrated health services, schools mobile helth clinic offering SRHR, menstrual hygiene, HIV testing, fertility management and treatment of general diseases, school readmissions, elimination of early marriages, child protection, fees payment, skills training, GBV and production of re-usable sanitary pads
Adolescent girls and boys, young women and men, children
Employees 5 and volunteers 25
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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10Island Hospice and HealthcareHospiceZimbabweHarareBeverley Sebastian-beverley@islandhospice.co.zw-
www.islandhospice.care
263 775611834
Development of expert palliative care services including bereavement services
HBC, hospital based care, rural and community outreach, roadside services, therapeutic and comprehensive bereavement care including children, capacity building for doctors, nurses, social workers and community care givers
Orphaned and vulnerable children, older persons, patients bereaved and traumatised clients
Employees 26 and volunteers 60
Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
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Midlands AIDS Service Organisation
PVOZimbabweGweruVeronica Nhemachena
Chief Executive Officer
veronhemachena@gmail.comdirector@maso.org.zwwww.maso.org.zw263 773725428
Fight against HIV and AIDS through an integrated approach which allows it to implement multi-faceted programmes
HIV prevention and SRHR, Sustainable livelihoods
Men, women, boys and girls, grandmothers, OVC, youth and sex workers
Employees 25 and volunteers 750
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Padare/Enkundleni/Men's Forum on Gender
NetworkZimbabweGweruMunyaradzi Nhengo-munyaradzinhengo@gmail.com-www.padare.org.zw
263 772606196/263 712564391
Combat the negative effects of patriarchal power so that adolescent girls and young women benefit from the available reproductive health information and services for a healthy sexual life and informed reproductive health choices.
Male involvement in prevention of PMTCT and GBV
Men, boys, health service providers and community leaders
Employees 8 and volunteers 30
Relevant focus ticked box 1
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13Maranatha Orphans Care TrustTrustZimbabweMatoboEdnah BhalaDirectorednahbhala@gmail.com
maranathaorphans@gmail.com
263 772263361
Awareness raising on HIV, SRHR and PMTCT. Capacity Building, Life skills training, lobbying and advocacy, financial and material support, Psychosocial support
Orphaned and vulnerable children, , youth, community leadersEmployees 4 and volunteers 23
Relevant focus ticked box 1
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14Let the children go to school
CBO registered as PVO 8/97
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15Revival of Hope OrganisationPVOZimbabweBulawayoNosihle NdlovuDirectornosihlendlovu2@gmail.comnosihlendlovu2@gmail.com-263713641679
Adressing problems of orphans, girls, women and children in difficult circumstances.
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Young Women's Christian Association
Welfare OrganisationZimbabweHarareEsnath Kajawu-ywcazim@yahoo.comywcazim@yahoo.com--
Empowerment of young girls and women with SRHR Information and leadership
SRHR, HIV and AIDS, Leadership TrainingGirls and young women
Employees 20 and volunteers 700
Relevant focus all boxes
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Kenguelekezé For Health, Human Rights, and Environment
Community-based Organization
MozambiqueMarracueneJoaquim Manhique
President of Board
manhique@kenguelekeze.org.mz
kenguelekeze@kenguelekeze.org.mz
www.kengueleze.org.mz
258 829 899 837
Strengthen the community response against main public health threats, including HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, Malnutrition, Disabilities, Vulnerabilities related to extreme events of climate.
TB and HIV active case finding, support in treatment, drug side effects notification
General population, inmates, miners, ex-miners, truck drivers
Employees 25, and 38 eventuals and/or volunteers
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Dream Achievers Youth Organization (DAYO)
Community Based Organization
Kenya
Mombasa, Kilifi & Kwale Counties
Seif Jira Mali
Programs Director
seifjira@yahoo.com
info@dreamachieverskenya.org
www.dreamachieverskenya.org
254729161719
A community where youth are free from diseases and poverty.
SRHR, Life skills education, Education & Training, Community mobilization, Vocational training , Girl child education.Lobbying and Advocacy, Resource Mobilization, Networking, Collaboration and Leadership
Adolescent girls, youth in and out of school
Employees 4 paid staffs and 18 Volunteers
Relevant on all focus areas
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Rumphi Child protection Organisation
Local NGOMalawiRumphi
Owen Chatonda Mhango
Administratorruchipo.org@gmail.com265884214984Advocacy on child protection and rightsChild protection, HIV and EducatinChildren, adolescents and youths5 voluteer staff
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Development Action for marginalised Rural Areas (DAMRA)
NGOMalawiRumphiFlument Mkinga
Executive Director
flumentmkinga@yahoo.comdamramalawi@yahoo.co.uk
www.damramalawi.weebly.com
265884446815Community DevelopmentSupport for OVC, SRHRAdolescents and Youths3 paid and 6 volunteer staffrelevant in all focus areas
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21Afriyan Namibia NGO Namibia Windhoek Ashwell Forbes
Secretary General
ashyforbes@gmail.comafriyannamibia@gmail.com264812239075
Advocasy on SRHR for youth and addolescents and population Development
SRHR advocasy among adolescents and young people, ESA implementation among young people, choose your target campaings in 5 regions
Youth & Addolescents 3 paid staff, 11 Volunteers
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22Grassroot Soccer ZimbabweCBOZimbabweBulawayoBhekimpilo Moyo
Managing Director
bmoyo@grassrootsoccer.org-
www.grassrootsoccer
263 773099136/263 712554529
Leverage the power of soccer to educate, inspire and mobilise adolescence to overcome their greatest health challenges, live healthier, more productive and be agents for change
Bridging the gap for girls by providing HIV education, Testing and Treatment. Using power of soccer to accessing integrated health services. Scaling HIV prevention and care programmes for vulnerable youth in Southern Africa.
Young women and girls
Employees 27 and volunteers 120
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Environmental Management Trst
TrustZimbabweBikitaNever Mujere-emtrust@gmail.com--263 772246316
Improve the livelihoods of poor children and women by building their capabilities, improving their access to livelihoods options, knowledge and use of available resources in a sustainable manner
Poultry, gardening and wetland conservationWomen and YouthEmployees 7 and volunteers 3Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Institute of Young Women Development
FeministZimbabweBinduraGlanis Changachirere-
youngwomeninstitute@gmail.com
youngwomeninstitute@gmail.com
www.youngwomeninstitute.org
263 772481273/263 718290301
See young wome proactively participating in public discourses, informing and influencing policies and exercise their choices to take up public offices to advance their own socio-economic and political agenda
Strengthened polotical engagement; strengthened entrepreneurship among young women, increased attention to self care and well being; strengthened organisational development and stewardship
Young women and adolescent girls 15-35 yearsEmployees 7 and volunteers 1Relevant focus ticked box 1
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25Kgotso Development TrustTrustZimbabweBeitbridgeElectdom MatandirotyaDoctorelectdom@gmail.com--263 784318617SRHR education amoung young adolescents and youthSRHR education, HIV, Skills development for young peopleAdolescent young people (in and out of school)Employees 3 and volunteers 8Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Masvingo Association of Residential Care Facilities Trust
TrustZimbabweMasvingo
Zendakwaye Zendakwaye
-zzendakwaye@gmail.com--263 773050220Provision of holistic child care
Networking and coordination, capacity enhancement, lobbying and advocacy, child development and integration, skills development
Orphans and vulnerable children, children living with disability, children living in the streets and discharged children
Employees 5 and volunteers 20
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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National Association of Freelance
Association of Freelance Journalists
ZimbabweHarareStephen MatengaJournalistnafjzim@gmail.comnafjzim@gmail.com-263 784417300Influence policy and monitoringInfluencing Policy and monitoringPolicy Makers, AGYW organisationsEmployees 4 and volunteers 7Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 3
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28SAYWHATMembership OrganisationZimbabweHarareVimbai Mlambo
Programmes Manager
vimbai@saywhat.org.zw-
www.saywhat.org.zw
263 772403285
Mobilise students and yough in Southern Africa to participate in the attainment of national, regional and global targets that reduce informity in all matters relating to young people's SRHR
Gender, Information and Advocacyfemale students and young women
Employees 27 and volunteers 570
Relevant focus ticked box 1
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29Tariro TrustTrustZimbabweHarare
Simbarashe Crispen Kanyimo
Executive Coordinator
tarirohopeandhealth@gmail.com
tarirohopeandhealth@gmail.com
www.tariro.org263 772851126
Prevent spread of HIV/AIDS and combat poverty and empower girls and young women by supporting their right to education
Education support, peer education programme, ASR programme, musica and arts programmeGirls and young womenEmployees 3 and volunteers 5Relevant focus ticked box 2
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30Tony Waite OrganisationPVOZimbabweKaribaEllen VengereDoctortonywaite@mweb.co.zwtonywaite@mweb.co.zw
www.tonywaiteorganisation.com
263 772223646
Focus on information dissemination on GBV, SRHR, elimination of early marriages and school readmissions
OVC and youth programmes, sustainable livelihoods projects for PLWHIV, Women's health, new born and child health, SRHR for in and out of school yough
adolescents 10 - 24 years and women of child bearing age 15 - 49 years
Employees 26 and volunteers 60
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31Insiza Godlwayo AIDS Council
CBO registered as PVO 8/97
ZimbabweInsiza district Mpumelelo MoyoDirectorinsizago@gmail.com263 712524204
HIV service organisation focused on prevention, mitigation, access to treatment care and support.
HIV prevention, SRHR, Girls Education support, Promotion of access to health services, Adolescent support groups, Adolescent Girls Empowerment program, Gender and Early Infant Diagnosis
Infants 0-5 years, OVC, Adolescents, women and man
Employees 22 and 120 volunteers
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Midlands AIDS Caring Organisation
PVO 41/05Zimbabwe
Zvishavane, Mberengwa
Darlington ChangaraDirectordirector@maco.co.zwwww.maco.co.zw263 772177415
Capacity building of communities to respond effectively to social and economic challenges aftecting them. These include SRHR, HIV, Food insecurity, Climate change and adaptation.
1. Life support program: the program has the following projects; SRHR, PMTCT, CARGS, Support Groups, Peer education, Prevention, and Care, Key pops interventions. Child care and Youth empowerment: life skills development, International Citizen Services, SRHR and psychosocial support. Economic Justice: livelihoods, food security, climate change and adaptation. WASH: Public Health Hygiene Education, Borehole rehabilitation, point user trainings.
Adolescent girls, boys, Women, Men, Key Populations (Sex workers, Truck drivers, artisanal miners), PWDs, PLWHIV
Employees 10 and 470 volunteers
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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33Angaza Initiative CBO CBOKenyaMombasa Sheila Toya
Executive Director
toyasheila@gmail.comsheila@angazainitiative.org
www.angazainitiative.org
254728300942
Build capacity of adoloscent girls & young people in and out of schools
Mentoring programs, psychosocio support & counselling, life skills & leadership training, behavioural change programs
Adolescent girls, young mothers & youth in the community
Employees 5 and volunteers 15
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Youth Aspire Development Trust
TrustZimbabweChitungwizaWesley Nyabaya
Executive Director
wesleyntabz@gmail.com-
www.youthaspirezim.org
263 778027262
Elevate, protect and equip youth with sufficient resources/skills in SRHR and development in building tomorrow's leaders
Increased knowledge on SRHR and access to youth friendly services, community based schools health clubs, promoting healthier life choices for youth in churches programs and sustainable livelihoods program.
Adolescent girls and young women, young people aged 10-24 years both in and out of school
Employees 7 and volunteers 55
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Farming Community Rducational Trust
TrustZimbabweGlendaleRumbidzai MpahloCoordinatorrumbimpa@gmail.com-www.facet.org.zw263 772959135
Empowering adolescents and young people, especially adolescent girls, to protect themselves from STIs, HIV, unwanted pregnancies, early marriages, harmful cultural practices, GBV.
Fees payment, IGPs, Schools feeding programme, HIV testing and counselling, career guidance to young people with special focus to adlescent girls
Girls and boys, young women and men (6 - 30 years)
Employees 3 and volunteers 2Relevant focus ticked box 2
45
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Africa Foundation for Development and Tolerace
TrustZimbabweHarareSimba Mandla-afdeto1975@gmail.comafdeto1975@gmail.com
www.afdeto.weebly.com
263 772957977Fight against drug abuse and HIV/AIDSFighting intertwined epidemics of drug abuse and HIV/AIDSYouth, workers and women
Employees 3 and volunteers 105
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37Bethany ProjectPVOZimbabweZvishavaneRebecca GumboDirectorbethanyproject@gmail.combethanyproject@gmail.com
www.thebethanyproject
263 712755990/263 773409121
Empowerment of young women and girls with information on SRHR and enhanced capacity to make informed decisions
Information dissemination on SRHR, GBV, community capacity building, food security and resource mobilisation.
Adolescent girls and young women
Employees 10 and volunteers 205
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Chiedza Community Welfare Trust
TrustZimbabweMutasaGladys MukaratirwaDiretorgmukaratirwa@gmail.com--263 772617714
Empower adolescent girls and young women through access to information and services on SRHR, maternal and child care health, menstrual health, access to education, keeping girls longer in school, school re-dmissions, IGPs.
Mobile outreaches offering integrated health services, schools mobile helth clinic offering SRHR, menstrual hygiene, HIV testing, fertility management and treatment of general diseases, school readmissions, elimination of early marriages, child protection, fees payment, skills training, GBV and production of re-usable sanitary pads
Adolescent girls and boys, young women and men, children
Employees 5 and volunteers 25
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Conscious Development and Empowerment Trust
TrustZimbabweMutareVimbai Berete-vimbai.cym@gmail.comcodemutare@gmail.com-263 773044069
Pomoting child rights and advocating for the provision of rights based adolescents and youth friendly health services including access to information, SRHR and contraceptive services
Empowering adolescent girls with SRHR information and other related health servicesAdolescent girls and young womenEmployees 3 and volunteers 3Relevant focus ticked box 2
49
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Girl Child Empowerment of Zimbabwe
NGOZimbabweMasvingoTatenda Maposa-gcezimbabwe2016@gmail.com
gcezimbabwe2016@gmail.com
www.gcezim.org
263 734969250/263 779526103
To protect and ptomote the right of the girl child and young women so as to support the economic, political, social and cultural empowerment of the girl child in order for her to assert those rights in the home, school, work and country level.
My sanitary pads in all tertiary institutions, behaviour change targeting marginalised young girls and women, peace gardens for poverty alleviation
Young girls and women in tertiary institutions
Employees 5 and volunteers 56
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41Island Hospice and HealthcareHospiceZimbabweHarareBeverley Sebastian-beverley@islandhospice.co.zw-
www.islandhospice.care
263 775611834
Development of expert palliative care services including bereavement services
HBC, hospital based care, rural and community outreach, roadside services, therapeutic and comprehensive bereavement care including children, capacity building for doctors, nurses, social workers and community care givers
Orphaned and vulnerable children, older persons, patients bereaved and traumatised clients
Employees 26 and volunteers 60
Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
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42Justice for ChildrenPVOZimbabweHararePetronella NyamapfeneDirectordirector@jctrust.co.zwadmin@jctrust.co.zw
www.justiceforchildren.org.zw
263 772368615
Provide legal to orphans and vulnerable children with a bias towards girl children
Community prevention of teenage pregnancies; child and youth friendly cities; ensuring rights of adolescents and women survivors of GBV; promoting access to justice
Children with specila bias towards girls (under 18 years)
Employees 22 and volunteers 100
Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
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Lower Guruve Develoment Association
PVOZimbabweGuruveEphraim Murendo-lgda@ardi.co.zwlgda@ardi.co.zw-263 772376272
Overcoming social, economic and ecological constraints to development for the benefit of children, women and men.
Livelihoods, WASH Experience programmes, HIV/AIDS Experience (SRHR, ISALS, psychosocial support)
Women, youth with focus to girl child, marginalised communities and disabled.
Employees 7 and volunteers 17
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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44Legal Resources FoundationTrustZimbabweHarareDeborah Barron-lrfnd@lrf.co.zwlgda@ardi.co.zwwww.lrfzim.com-
Provide resources to educate people on their rigts and responsibilities as well as provision of legal assistance.
Influencing frameworks, strategies, policies and guidelines related to adolescenet girls and young women's health and wellbeing; implementing programmes on adolescent
Vulnerable members of society particularly women and children
Employees 66Relevant focus ticked box 1
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Women Politicians' Incubator Zimbabwe
Non-PartisanZimbabweHarareThandiwe Ngwenya-hlabanganat@gmail.com-www.wopiz.org263 772883764
To enhance leadership capabilities of women to actively participate in political processes, public policy dialogues and decision making to enable them to engage in positive nation building
Networking, dialogues, training and capacity building workshops and mentoring sessions
Young women in politics, women in business, professional women and middle class women
Employees 1 and volunteers 4Relevant focus ticked box 2
55
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Zoe Counselling and Training Centre Trust
TrustZimbabweHarareFungai Jawet Gwiriri-jgwiriri@gmail.comzoeprogdirector@gmail.com
www.zoecounsellingtrust.org.zw
263 772837153/263 717616077/263 719837154
To work with children and youth in leadership grooming, counselling and guidance, team building and like skills support in schools, organisations, faith based organisations and communities.
SRHR, HIV and AIDS Areness and Prevention, child protection, GBV, mentoring and leadership training, career guidance and conselling, peer support services and basic counselling skills
Children and youth with with emphasis on girl childEmployees 0 and volunteers 9-
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47Women In CommunitiesNGOZimbabweGweru
Rebecca Tendai Chirenga
Directorwicozimbabwe@gmail.cominfo@wico.org.zwwww.wico.org.zw263 772358569
To work with women and girls in PMTCT, maternal health, SRHR, cervical cancer screening, HIV/TB, GBV and climate change.
PMTCT, HIV/TB, SRHR, Cerical Cancer Screening, GBV and climate changeWomen and girls
Employees 5 and volunteers 25
Relevant focus ticked box 1
57
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Mutasa Youth Forum and Community Empowerment Trust
TrustZimbabweMutasaLloyd Munguma-lloydmunguma@yahoo.com
mutasayouthforum@gmail.com
-
263 774583467/263 716348863
Promoting girl rights and advocating for the provision of rights based adolescents and youth friendly health services including access to information and SRHR
SRHR information disseminationAdolescent girls and young womenEmployees 7 and volunteers 3Relevant focus ticked box 2
58
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Midlands AIDS Service Organisation
PVOZimbabweGweruVeronica Nhemachena
Chief Executive Officer
veronhemachena@gmail.comdirector@maso.org.zwwww.maso.org.zw263 773725428
Fight against HIV and AIDS through an integrated approach which allows it to implement multi-faceted programmes
HIV prevention and SRHR, Sustainable livelihoods
Men, women, boys and girls, grandmothers, OVC, youth and sex workers
Employees 25 and volunteers 750
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Mudiwa HIV and AIDS Organisation
PVOZimbabweMvurwiShereni Mazhambe---
www.mudiwahivandaidsorganisation.org
263 775844144/263 719844144
Prevention, care and support with more emphasis in adolescent girls and young women.
Behavior change facilitation, nutritional gardens, campaigs in anti GBV and elimination of early child marriages
Adults, youth and children at school
Employees 6 and volunteers 22
Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
60
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Million Memory Project Zimbabwe
PVOZimbabweBulawayoTrevor ChirimambowaDirector
tchirimambowa@mmpztrust.org
-
www.mmpztrust.org
263 772803477
Respond to various challenges faced by children and young people living with HIV who are most often stigmatised, abuse and discriminated against, at home and in schools.
Psychosocial support for children and youth living with HIV
Young people living with HIV, parents and caregivers of children living with HIV, primary and secondary caregivers of young people living with HIV
Employees 5 and volunteers 20
Relevant focus ticked box 2
61
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National Council of Disabled Persons of Zimbabwe
WelfareZimbabweHarareFarai Cherera-ncdpzdp3@gmail.comncdpzdp3@gmail.com-
263 772285884/263 712056990
Planning, managing and making decisions on programmes that affect lives of disabled people
Health, HIV and SRHR, protection, livelihoods, water and sanitation, disaster management, education and training, nutrition, human rights and civic education.
Women, girls and men with disabilitiesEmployees 5 and volunteers 9Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 3
62
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Padare/Enkundleni/Men's Forum on Gender
NetworkZimbabweGweruMunyaradzi Nhengo-munyaradzinhengo@gmail.com-www.padare.org.zw
263 772606196/263 712564391
Combat the negative effects of patriarchal power so that adolescent girls and young women benefit from the available reproductive health information and services for a healthy sexual life and informed reproductive health choices.
Male involvement in prevention of PMTCT and GBV
Men, boys, health service providers and community leaders
Employees 8 and volunteers 30
Relevant focus ticked box 1
63
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Real Open Opportunities for Transformation Support
NGOZimbabweBinduraBeatrice Savadye-beatrice@rootsafrica.net-www.rootsafrica.net263 732560811Promotion to ending child marriages
SRHR for young people and key population, GBV, child marriage and climate change, promoting access to HIV information and services among adolescent girls and child brides
AGYW, religious, traditional leaders and familiesEmployees5 and volunteers 2Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
64
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Rising Winners Youth Empowerment Initiative (RWYEI)
Community Based Organization
KenyaKilifi County
Omar Mwamuye Bandika
Programs Coordinator
Bandikamwamuye@gmail.cominformrwyei@gmail.com-254 717102383
Empowered youthful population in a just and safer society Kilifi for Kenya
SRHR, Life skills education, Youth friendly SRHR referrals, Education & Training, Community mobilization, Vocational training , Girl child education.Lobbying and Advocacy, Resource Mobilization, Networking, Collaboration and Leadership
Young people (Children, adolscents, youth) in and out of schools 10-35 years, Communities, Leaders and policy makers
Employees 4 and volunteers 8-
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ZImbabwe National Council for the Welfare of Children
WelfareZimbabweHarareTaylor Nyanhete-director@zncwc.co.zw-www.zncwc.co.zw263 715480109
Coordinate the work of organisations who are key players in the child rights sector, through lobbying and advocacy, capacity building, quality assurance of child oriented activities, child participation and research programmes.
Child participation and governance programme, civil society coordination and capacity strengthening programme, CSO regional structure strengthening programme, amplifying the voices of people affected by HIV and AIDS
Child led groups, girls and women, child rights and gender advocacy organisations, media practitioners
Employees 6 and volunteers 3Relevant focus ticked box 1
66
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Zimbabwe United Nations Association
Association ZimbabweHarare
Matilda Lund and Sibongile Whata
-
sibohwata@gmail.com/mat.lund@hotmail.com
-
www.zimbabweunassociation.org
263 773606009/+46705434770
Bridging gap between local people and the United Nations as well as ensuring people's participation in sustainable development
International Day of the Girl Child Commemoration 2017, Girl grooming and etiquette
Adolescents and marginalised young women and girls
Employees 4 and volunteers 10
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Botswana Family Welfare Association(BOFWA)
BotswanaU NgwenyaDirectorunangwenya@bofwa.org.bw
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Young Women Christian Association(YWCA)
BotswanaBotswelelo JohnDirectorywcasecretary@btcmail.co.bw
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61Kagisano Women’s ShelterBotswanaMs L MoalusiDirectorlrmoalusi@gmail.com
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62Putting Women First TrustBotswanaMs AlexandraDirectorEalexander1311@gmail.com
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Ditshwanelo- The Botswana Centre for Human Rights
BotswanaMs Alice MogweDirectoradmin.ditshwanelo@info.bw
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64Citizen Health WatchNGOZimbabweHarareFungisai Dube-chw.zimbabwe@gmail.comchw.zimbabwe@gmail.com
www.citizenshealthwatch.org
263 782 798575
Serve as a platform for debate, evidence based advocacy and exploration of innovative mechanisms through which citizens can contribute towards ensuring maximum output from capacities available in the country's health delivery system.
PLWH, adolescent girls and young women, women of child bearing age, sex workers, people in displaced communities, health centre communities, health monitors
Employees 5 and volunteers 120
Relevant focus ticked all boxes
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Zimbabwe Young Women's Network for Peace Building
NGOZimbabweHararePatience Thauzeni-patiencethauzeni@gmail.comzywnptoday@gmail.comwww.zywnp.org.zw
263 777537062/263 773238941
Promote young women's meaningful contribution topeace building, promoting women's rights and curbing violence in their homes and communities
Health talks, intergenerational dialogues, community and duty bearer engagementYoung women and men 15 - 35 yearsEmployees 4 and volunteers 4Relevant focus ticked box 1
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66Aojuwu Basketball FoundationCBOKenyaMombasaMr. Antony Ojukwu
Executive Chairperson
aojukwu2016@gmail.com254 733749625Integrating Basketball in Educaion and DevelopmentMobilization through Basketball, Basketball in SRHR, Basketball in Change for CommunitiesYoung Women, Girl in School, Early MothersEmployee 1 and Volunteers 3Basketball is Fund thus attracts bigger community
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68Women's Action GroupNGOZimbabweHarareEdinah MasiyiwaDirectoredinah@wag.org.zwwag@wag.org.zwwww.wag.org.zw263 772272422
Ensuring that women and girls access SRH, GBV and HIV services as well as acquire economic independence.
HIV and AIDS, SRHR and GBV. Awareness campaigns and training and lobbying and advocacy for gender sensitive laws and policies.
Women and girls including women with disability
Employees 14 and volunteers 60
Relevant focus ticked box 1
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Shakirina Youth For Developmet
CBOKenyaMombasaNaima Twahir ZubeirProjects Managerzubeirnaima@gmail.comshakirinayouth@gmail.com254738028875
Mainstreaming involvement of youths in meaningfull development and social change
Sports in Preventing Violent Extreemism, Woman Right to Just Health Services, Even Girl Can, Socio-Economic Empowerment
Young Women, Early Mothers, Boys and People With Disabilities
Employees 1 and Volunteers 5Old Town is neglected, Cultural and Religious Barriers inhibits youth and women empowerment
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Sports in Education for Entertainment and Development
CBOKenyaMombasaNolly Wilson RayeExecutive Officernollywilsonke@gmail.com254719790628
Integrating Sports in Education for Entertainment and Development
Sports in Education of SRH Rights, Girl Power Project, We Power through Basketball, Health Talks and Forums
Young People out of School, Youths in School, Chilldren
Employee 1 Volunteers 2Sports should be accompanied to be relevant - Education, Entertainment and Development in a cocktail
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International Community of Women Living with HIV Eastern Africa
NGOUganda
Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi
Lillian Mworeko
Executive Director
lmworeko@icwea.orgadmin@icwea.orgwww.icwea.org256414531913
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72Kuza SME's Support GroupCBOKenyaMombasaLambert IkwenyiExecutive Officerikwenyi22@gmail.comprojects.kuza@gmail.com254735294875
Integrating wealth creation in health, environment and development issues
Economic Empowerment of PLWHIV, Sthreghthening Peer Education Networks, Woman, Youths and People with DisabilityIn any intervention livelihoods must be imporooved
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73Youth Speak Initiative KECBOKenyaMombasaSharifa MathengeExecutive Officeryouthspeakke@gmail.com254700926633
Platform for young people to speak up on issues affecting them including health, peace and justice
Alternate Communication Platform, Speak Health, Speak Righs
Young People, Youths in Conflict with Law, Disadvantaged/Abused Youths
Volunteers 5Youths Shall Speak out when alternate platforms are available
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75Mvita Health Centre Youth BaseCBOKenyaMombasaRukia Hassan
Secretary General
rukiahassan001@gmail.com254717168899
PLatform for young people to articulate and empower each other on HIV, TB SRHS
Forums for Young Mother, KNow Your Status, Be Responsible
Youths in the Community, Young Parents, Drugs Users
Volunteers 6Health is Wealth and Linkage and Referal is Key
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The greatest day comes when you work up, only to find there are people around you who truly care. Never fail to recognize the day you arrived on planet earth by the grace of God; and remind you that you are filled with purpose to live and leave a legacy for the next generation.
Young Women,Youths & Adolescents Trust
Banothabo Ndlovu
roy.ndlovu@gmail.com263772747422Emporwerment and transforming the girl child
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However, remember this: if you fail to cultivate your dream or vision, someone will employ you to push theirs and you will mind their business for the rest of your life. Pursue and cultivate/nurture your vision/dreams, talents/skills and giftings to fulfill your purpose - LIVE AND LEAVE A LEGACY. BLESSINGS TO YOU; HAPPIEST BIRTHDAY EVER
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https://www.facebook.com/UmsimisiProject/info
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Mathare North Youth Organization
CBOKenyaNairobiShem Otina
Communication Officer
shemoo@myself.commanyo@africamail.com254787565851
provide skills and ideas that strive to alleviate suffering of the vulnerable members of the community
we promote and encourage the idea of private entrepreneurship among young people, ASRHR trainings,
Youth, women and adolescents Volunteers 8
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81CBOKenyaWajirAbdi Billow
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Development Agency Wajir-Netherlands(DAWN)
CBOKenyaWajirAbdi BillowDirectordawnwajir@yahoo.co.uk
Strive to reduce poverty in Wajir through community education and participation for sustainable livelihood
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86Home of CreativityCBOZimbabweChitungwizaAmanda Makombe-amandachenai38@gmail.com--263773132449
Brings together women to be socio-economically active through the use of their mindset and hands
Render stipends and grants to members who want to kick start their projects and specialise with women and girls to be socio-economic as well as environmentally active
Women and girls
Employees 5 and volunteers 10
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Contemporary Affairs Foundation
CBOZimbabweBulawayoZanele Ncube-zanele.og@gmail.com
contemporaryaffairs@gmail.com
www.cafzim.org263774017334
Works to strengthen young people's internal people of control, confidence and self brief through equipping them with life changing soft skills, such as, communication competence and negotiation skills.
Convening ongoing debate platforms to promote young peoples SRH, hosting the young women incubation zone that targets adolescent girls, integrating sport as tool to engage young people, connecting young people with policy makers to promote accountability and responsive governance and using modern info technologies and other media products
Young girls and boys, college students and out-of-school youth in rural, farming and peri-urban communities
Employees 6 and volunteers 42
Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
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Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe
NGOZimbabweHarareRudo Chakanyuka-wfoz@icapatrust.orgwfoz@icapatrust.orgwww.icapatrust.org263771948337
Strenthen women, girl child on gender issues and gender relelated tolerances in Zimbabwean society by narrating women's stories and experiences, powerfully through the medium of film
Film outreaches, Educate, create awareness and understanding to women and girls, festivals focusing on child marriages, traditional harmful practices, HIV, SRHR, inheritance, land issues. Production of films to bring to the attention of policy makers plight of the marginalised people as well as empowering them. Lobbying and advocacy.
Marginalised women and girls
Employees 10 and volunteers 8
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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Help Initiatives for People Organisation
-ZimbabweMasvingoSimbarashe Mafusire-hipoorg@yahoo.co.ukhipoorg@yahoo.co.uk-
263714247908/772530684
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HIV and AIDS Education, prevention and awareness campaigns, SRH, GBV in schools, capacity development, women entrepreneureship, business management, povery alleviation through goat pass-on project
Adolescent girls and young women, PLWH, small holder farmers
Employees 8 and volunteers 10
Relevant focus ticked box 2
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90Maranatha Orphans Care TrustCBOZimbabweBulawayoEdnah BhalaDirectormaranathaorphans@gmail.com
maranathaorphans@gmail.com
-263772263361
Implementation of results based, rights based, egendered financial, material and psychosocial support for OVCs
Livelihoods projects, PMTCT, Reduction of maternal and infant mortality among HIV positive women, fees payment, IGPs
Boys and girls 7 - 18 years (in and out of school)
Employees 4 and volunteers 23
Relevant focus ticked all boxes
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Disabled Women Support Organisation
PVOZimbabweHarareRejoice Timire-dwso.hre@gmail.comdwso.hre@gmail.com-263714162068
Provide best services that are long lasting to problems affecting women and girls with disabilities
SRHR, awareness campaign on issues of HIV, good governance, school disability clubs, awareness campaign on disability right, advocacy on disability policies and distribution of wheelchairs, clutches and hearing aids
Women and girls with disabilities, caregivers, family members and community at large
Employees 7 and volunteers 2Relevant focus ticked box 2
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92Save the Needy HouseNGOZimbabweHarareGibson Gurumani-
savetheneedyhouse60@gmail.com
savetheneedyhouse60@gmail.com
www.savetheneedyhouse.co.zw
-Catering for less privileged people Peer education in the community and empoewering them with self sustaining projects
Less privileged people including people living with albinism
Employees 3 and volunteers 5Relevant focus ticked box 2 and 3
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93Hope Tariro TrustTrustZimbabweMasvingoFezile Ncube-fezilecz@gmail.comhopetarirotrust@yahoo.co.uk
www.hopetarirotrust.org
263773301701/772406644
Improve livelihoods and prospects of vulnerable and orphaned children in Zimbabwe
SRHR, PMTCT, Cervical cancer awareness and screening, palliative care for children, HBC, orphancare, supplementary feeding, conservation farming and small livestock support
Orphaned and other vulnerable children, In-Out school youth, women and girls, grand mothers.
Employees 6 and volunteers 296
Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
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Institute of Community Development in Zimbabwe
InstituteZimbabweMasvingoTalent Maposa-tmaposa@icodzim.org-www.icodzim.org263775504809
Response to food crises, ailing economy, climate change and use of unhealth substance during menstruation affecting people with disability, women and children.
Creating conducive environment for women working in commercial mine and farm communities, elimination of early and forced marriages, advocating for meaningful participation and empowerment of people with disability
Women, children and people with disabilitiesEmployees 3 and volunteers 5Relevant focus ticked box 1
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95M. Hugo High SchoolSchool for the BlindZimbabweMasvingoT A Madamombe-m.hugohigh@gmail.com-
www.m-hugohighschool.com
263772956834
School for the blind that houses visually impaired adolescents and girls in boarding.
Education training and rehabilitation of visually impaired childrenVisually impared girlsEmployees 30Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
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Mandeya 2 Development Organisation
CBOZimbabweHonde ValleyAgabu Kakamba-mandeya2devorg@gmail.comnstadev@gmail.comwww.m2do.org.zw
263777079039/777115116/777115111
Programming in education, health sectors as well as empowerment programmes
Advocacy for improved SRHR, Protection and empowerment of marginalised boys and girls, advocating for changed attitudes and behaviour for the rights of marginalised children
Young women, In-Out of school youthEmployees 3 and volunteers 5Relevant focus ticked box 1 and 2
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