Youth Participation

Our programming actively involve young people as an integral part in the process of planning, identifying needs, finding solutions, implementing programs and decision making within organisations and communities. The overarching principle of this strategy is that it empowers young people to take control of their own lives. This includes developing confidence, self-efficacy and a range of practical skills. Young people can then apply the skills with confidence to influence both their own lives and their wider community.

Women Participation

We believe that a nation’s progress depends on the progress of women; that the strength of democracy depends on the inclusion of women; that the richness of civil society depends on the full participation of women; that human rights are women’s rights; and women’s rights are human rights.

Social Inclusion

YDIT represents a vision for “a society for all”, in which every individual, each with rights and responsibilities, has an active role to play. We help socially excluded individuals and communities overcome the inequalities they face through promoting equality of opportunities, access to resources, and eliminating discrimination. Our interventions address situations where individuals aren’t recognised, heard or taken into account within their societies and communities.



This Project aims to train and equip 50 women in Arda Transau with the capacity to meaningfully engage in fish farming by December 2022.

The Project also aims to rehabilitate degraded areas through gully reclamation, tree planting, and protection of wetlands by August 2022.

the project intends to forge and facilitate sustainable Market linkages for rural women fish farming.

Her Voice

This Program aimed to contribute significantly to quality access of SRH services and products by AGYW in Chikanga, Zimbabwe by 2020. As well as sensitize AGYW and the Chikanga community on the National SRHR policy and provision adaptation to local context.

The aim was to advocate for tailor made SRH tailor made services for young adolescent girls and young women living with disabilities.

To assess, include and implement local health departments and committees to fully address SRH challenges faced by AGYW in Chikanga by end of September 2018.  

Increase level of stakeholders in advocating for SRHR services in and outside the immediate community.