Bulawayo Agenda

Bulawayo Agenda is a not-for- profit organization that was founded and registered as a trust in October 2002.

It is based in Zimbabwe’s second largest city, Bulawayo. The organisation was founded mainly to create a platform for the people of Bulawayo and its hinterland to participate in national policy dialogues.

Bulawayo Agenda is a not-for- profit organization that was founded and registered as a trust in October 2002.

It is based in Zimbabwe’s second largest city, Bulawayo. The organisation was founded mainly to create a platform for the people of Bulawayo and its hinterland to participate in national policy dialogues.

The organisation works mainly with rural communities in Matabeleland North and Matabeleland as well as urban areas in the south-western part of Zimbabwe. To date Bulawayo Agenda has established twelve chapters, these being Binga, Gwanda, Gweru, Hwange, Lupane, Matobo, Masvingo, Mutare, Nkayi, Plumtree, Tsholotsho and Victoria Falls. Each of these chapters is called by the name of the area in which the chapter is found, hence Plumtree Agenda and or Gweru Agenda.

Bulawayo Agenda’s main target group is the general public in rural and peri-urban areas who are often ignored or miss inputting into key local and national policy discussions. Traditional leaders, heads of government departments and leaders in church and community based organisations form part of the target group in nurturing a mutual state-citizen relationship.

Contacts

  • 1 Hood Avenue/148 Jan Smuts; Rosebank, GP 2196; South Africa
  • T. +27 (0)11 587 5000
  • F. +27 (0)11 587 5099