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Caroline Kache

Women and Law in Southern Africa...
Joined March 2021
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Environmental Justice, Family, Gender-based violence, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Health, Livelihoods, Policy Advocacy, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights
I am a female Zimbabwean citizen with eleven years’ experience in legal research and gender. I has a proven record with experience executing successful development programs in Women's Rights, Refugees rights and Gender Justice as well as Access to Justice; Governance and Human Rights. With her strong legal background, she also has good research, policy analysis skills, advocacy and lobbying and facilitation experience in both local, regional and international platforms. I am a feminist passionate about women's access to resources and justice. I am also a strong advocate of equal representation of women and girls in all sectors including the justice sector. I am also a strong advocate of mainstreaming gender in all sectors and this has a direct link in to sentencing. Currently i am the programmes coordinator of women and law in Southern Africa and my role is to coordinate all programming for the organisation. WLSA's mandate is make the law work for women and girls and Zimbabwe and we do this by providing legal education and support services including legal aid. We also provide legal empowerment sessions for communities to be legally conversant as well as economic empowerment opportunities that can lead particularly women away from GBV situations. WLSA also works around climate change ans natural resource governance and how communities particularly women are excluded or disposed of their land in favour of mining rights. Being a member of the network will be beneficial to share ideas and learn about various empowerment methods others are using. in addition WLSA was a previous NAMATI member.

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