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Transparency International Zimbabwe

Harare, Zimbabwe
Joined April 2016
Presence in: Zimbabwe
Focus: Access to Information, Citizenship, Corruption, Land & Natural Resources

Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI – Z) is a non- profit, non- partisan, systems oriented local chapter of the international movement against corruption. Its broad mandate is to fight corruption and related vices through networks of integrity in line with the Global Strategy. TI – Z believes corruption can only be sufficiently tackled by all citizens including people at grass root level. International Anti-Corruption Day – Put a stop to bribery and corruption or risk leading business down the path of destruction (12th December 2015)

International Anti-corruption day commemorations mark a global commitment from countries to fight against corruption. This commitment is usually premised on increased awareness that includes, but is not limited to, roadshows, public marches and press releases that act as a pledge in fighting against corruption. This years’ theme focuses on the business community. A theatre production is envisioned, responding to the concerns of people in their everyday life.

This year’s international anti-corruption day commemorations are set to involve various stakeholders to partake and add their voice in the anti-corruption movement. As part of the production, business community and other stakeholders including citizens, civic society organisations (CSOs) will be invited to participate in this event. As part of the programme of the day, TI-Z will create a platform for various sectors to share out solidarity messages in honour of the day. The main objectives are
To build consensus and a movement of citizens, business community and citizens towards the anti-corruption day
Strengthened Capacity and participation of stakeholders (women and men) in the anti-corruption activism

People Associated With This Organization

Danai Hazel Mabuto

Zimbabwe  
Transparency International Zimbabwe
Joined June 2016
Interests: Access to Information, Corruption, Criminal Justice, Economic Empowerment, Gender-based violence, Governance, Land & Natural Resources, Peace-building
I am a Constitutional and Human rights Lawyer. I am also, an anti-corruption practitioner .i am biased towards human rights and development issues. I would appreciate and would love to glean from other experts in various fields.i also hope to come across opportunities that will help to advance the work I love the most and also assist others to also realise their abilities

fadzai jekemu

Zimbabwe  
Transparency International Zimbabwe (Unverified)
Joined May 2016
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Corruption, Criminal Justice, Education, Environmental Justice, Gender-based violence
I wish to associate with a dynamic private, academic or governmental organization that values and can utilize my expertise in legal system and justice domains which require resourcefulness, energy, diversity, commitment as well as flexibility in dealing with human rights violations education and protection as well as promotion . Furthermore, I wish to utilize such a platform for me to access resources needed to ameliorate my professional competency and possibly share them with other human rights defenders whose career endeavors are equally inclined towards the betterment of the public with reference to human rights.

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Farai Mutondoro

Zimbabwe  
Transparency International Zimbabwe
Joined April 2016
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Corruption, Gender-based violence, Governance, Land & Natural Resources
I am an anti corruption and developmental researcher with more than 4 years of research experience with Transparency International Zimbabwe. My professional and academic interest is in the field of natural resource governance in particular land and mining sector governance. To date I have researched and written policy papers on corruption, its drivers, opportunities and impact in key sectors such as mining, land, state owned enterprises and climate financing. In the past 4 years I have developed policy papers and presented at Regional and International Conference such as the 2015 and 2016 World Bank land and Poverty conference and the 2013 International Corruption Conference in Africa.
Farai Mutondoro is the network champion (main point of contact) for Transparency International Zimbabwe.

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