Generation Alive (GAL) is a movement of young feminists working towards the advancement of women’s rights. As a movement, Generation Alive is focused on building the collective voice, power and influence of young feminists. Our Goal is to build a movement of young feminists that will foster an enabling environment for young women to meaningfully participate at all levels of decision making.OUR OBJECTIVES
• To cultivate young women’s leadership skills and strengthen their participation in developmental processes such as policy formulation, policy analysis, and decision making.
• To mentor young women through intra and inter-generational dialogue that allowfor sharing of information, skills, strategies and experiences.
• To advocate for young women’s spaces in the women’s movement.
• To create and provide safe spaces for women within which they can freely and openly discuss issues affecting them, share experiences and create links for collective efforts in improving women’s lives.
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Dignitate Zambia Limited is a human rights organization that is rooted in the principles of equality and non-discrimination. These principles form the foundations of the rule of law where everyone is accountable to just, fair and equitable laws and entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. Our organization emerged from the realization that all Zambians, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, tribe, economic status, disability, creed, race, sexual orientation or gender identity are interconnected in one way or another and are affected by the effects of inequality and discrimination regardless of their status in society. Dignitate Zambia Limited brings together persons who seek the advancement of their human rights and improved quality of life. It is a not-for-profit organization which conducts its affairs solely for the attainment of organizational objectives. To learn more about what we do or to contact us, click here
Transbantu Association Zambia
Trans Bantu Zambia (TBZ) works to inform, educate and sensitise Trans* and intersex persons, particularly young people, families and their support structures. In 2014, they released their first book “We Exist,” made up of stories, poems and narratives of trans people living in Zambia, their families and allies. TBZ promotes youth leadership, political and civic participation, wellness through sport and art and access to services (safety shelter, crisis counseling & therapy clinic, life skills school). To learn more about us or to contact us, click here
Centre 4 Reproductive Health and Education (CHRE)
Centre for Reproductive Health and Education focuses on sexual and reproductive health including HIV/AIDS amongst all men, women and speciﬁcally youth in Zambia. CRHE therefore focuses on evidence, proven effective practices, experiences, lessons learnt then transfer and exchange this knowledge to improve sexual and reproductive health. TO learn more about what we do or to contact us, click here
Zambia Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected by HIV and AIDS
ZANERELA+ is a Zambian Chapter for the International Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected by HIV and AIDS ( INERELA+), which was formed and got registered with the Registrar of Societies on the 20th September 2005 registration Number ORS/102/35/3267 as an inter-faith network of religious leaders living with or affected by HIV, which seeks to empower religious leaders through education, knowledge and skills to live positively, becoming symbols of hope and agents of change who will help eliminate stigma and discrimination within their congregations and communities.We recognized that fact that religious leaders have a unique position and authority that plays a critical central role in providing moral and ethical guidance within their communities; indeed, their public opinions can influence entire nations. To see what we do or to contact us, click here
Prisons Care and Counselling Association (PRISCCA)
Prisons Care & Counselling Association (PRISCCA) was established in 1997 at Kamfinsa State Prison by a group of prisoners led by Godfrey Malembeka, the current Executive Director. The organisation began operations in 2000 and was registered as a non-governmental organisation in the year 2002. The organisation’s prime mandate is that of supplementing Government efforts aimed at reforming and rehabilitating prisoners and prisons. To learn about what we do or to contact us, click here