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Community Village Mainstage Application Form

This application is for performing artists who may want to participate in the ICASA community village. The ICASA Community village will be open to the public and participating in any of the events at the village will not require any registration, however if one wants to participate in the conference then they will need to complete the online registration which can be found on (please insert website address)

Senior Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (Harare)

SAfAIDS is a regional NGO working in southern Africa. It is a centre of excellence that promotes effective and ethical development responses to sexual reproductive health and rights, HIV and gender through advocacy, communication and social mobilisation.

Call for Articles

SAfAIDS is part of the Pre-ICASA Youth Front Media and Communications team and is looking for articles to post on the pre-ICASA Youth Front website to educate other young people about sexual reproductive health and rights issues.

“Amai wevana ava varikupi? ” (Where are the mothers of these children)

In the past two weeks the newspapers have been filled with the headlines that reflect a generation that we are failing to understand. Are we the adults falling behind with the times or are we neglecting our children, to allow them to be attacked by the sexual nuances of modern entertainment and at the mercy of child abusers? These headlines include: two boys who were charged with sodomy, 28 children arrested for attending a nude party in Westgate, Harare and the reduction of the age of sexual consent to 12 years old.

“Amai wevana ava varikupi? ” (Where are the mothers of these children)

In the past two weeks the newspapers have been filled with the headlines that reflect a generation that we are failing to understand. Are we the adults falling behind with the times or are we neglecting our children, to allow them to be attacked by the sexual nuances of modern entertainment and at the mercy of child abusers? These headlines include: two boys who were charged with sodomy, 28 children arrested for attending a nude party in Westgate, Harare and the reduction of the age of sexual consent to 12 years old. The Shona adage, “Amai vevana ava varikupi” comes to mind. This is a statement used when a child behaves immorally, the immediate reaction is to look for their mother.

Zimbabwe National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan (ZNASP II) 2011 – 2015

The Zimbabwe National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan (ZNASP) is a five-year 2011 to 2015, multi-sectoral framework developed to inform and guide the national response towards achieving zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS related deaths by 2015. The development of the plan is premised on human rights based planning approach that is complemented by evidence and results based management approaches.

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