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Prisoners Entrepreneurial Development Zimbabwe

Harare, Zimbabwe
Joined August 2020

PEDZ stands for empowering the prison population with employment, livelihoods and skills development for economic empowerment and peace.

Presence in: Zimbabwe
Focus: Education, Labor & Employment, Livelihoods, Peace-building & Transitional Justice

PEDZ works to;

Promote evidence based policies on the employment of prisoners, ex prisoners and the abolishment of the criminal record.

The organization provides education and vocational skills assistance to prisoners and ex- prisoners such as trade tests, Start up packs for income generating activities

It works to promote skills matching and development among prisoners and employers as well as promoting networking platforms

People Associated With This Organization

Johnson Muposhi

Prisoners Entrepreneurial Development...
Joined January 2021
Interests: Livelihoods
My name is Johnson Muposhi, Executive director of Prisoners Entrepreneurial Development Zimbabwe, I'm the strategic point in driving the organization, designing and creating project and programs. Also sourcing funds to implement our programs, the reason why Im willing to join this network is because I believe I can not do it alone, they is power in network for opportunities, collaborations and exchange programs," Ifyou want to go fast go alone, but if you want to go far go together" Prisoner's Entrepreneurial Development Zimbabwe (PEDZ) is an organization at its infancy stage having been founded in 2017, with only one grant from PEPFAR for the establishment of a sewing center to benefit former inmates released from prison living with HIV and Aids.with passion for clothing technology.

Pardon Gonorashe

Prisoners Entrepreneurial Development...
Joined May 2019
Interests: Criminal Justice, Gender-based violence, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Health, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Traditional / Customary Justice
I am Pardon Gonorashe, Social worker by profession advocates for rule of law, accountability and good governance in the justice system of Zimbabwe. I support the welfare of prisoners and prisons as well as judicial reform.

I am the Programme coordinator responsible for project development, Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and communication. I do Human rights monitoring and advocacy for PEDZ.

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