Harare PDC, Tafadzwa Muguti, Bans Noncompliant NGOs

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Keith T Mambo
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Keith T. Mambo is currently a reporter for ZiMetro News . He focuses on identity politics for The Southern Eye. He was previously a fellow at the UCT University of Cape Town for Political Science.

Harare PDC, Tafadzwa Muguti, Bans Noncompliant NGOs

Harare Provincial Development Coordinator (PDC), Tafadzwa Muguti, said that NGOs and Trusts that have failed to comply with a directive to present their credentials to his office by 30 June 2021 will be forced to cease operations until they comply.

Last month Muguti directed all Non-governmental organisations (NGOs), Private Voluntary organisations (PVOs), Trusts and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) operating in the province to submit their work plans for the year 2021 to his office as they would be reporting to him.

In a memorandum dated 29 July 2021, Muguti revealed the 40 NGOs that complied with the directive. He said:

The enlisted NGOs have been permitted to conduct their operations within Harare Metropolitan Province subject to them complying with the outlined procedures.

Those that failed to comply with the request on the 30 of June 2021 shall with immediate effect be stopped by law enforcement from conducting any operations whatsoever until they fully comply with the policy.

The organisations that have complied with the directive are:

  1. Junior Achievement Zimbabwe (JAZ)
  2. Action Aid Zimbabwe
  3. Adult Rape Clinic
  4. KATSWE-Sista-hood
  5. Birdlife Zimbabwe
  6. Kunashe Foundation
  7. CARITAS Zimbabwe
  8. Legal Resource Foundation
  9. Childline Zimbabwe
  10. Mwenje Wedu Child Care
  11. Cancer Serve
  12. Netherlands Development Organization
  13. Chiedza Chenyika
  14. Mwana Wedu Child Care
  15. Consolidated Africa Services PVO
  16. Plan International
  17. Destiny Mission Organization
  18. Pangae Zimbabwe AIDS Trust
  19. Deborah’s Heart Foundation
  20. Restless Development
  21. Danchurch Aid
  22. Robina Times Trust
  23. Family Bonds Foundation
  24. Shamwari Yemwanasikana
  25. Faith In Community Aiders (FICA)
  27. Family Support Trust
  28. The Future of Hope Foundation
  29. Goal Zimbabwe
  30. The Hospice and Palliative Care Association
  31. Helpline Zimbabwe
  32. Worthy Work Care Trust
  33. Harare Wetlands Trust
  34. Youth Advocates
  35. Harare Residents Trust
  36. Zimbabwe Old People ASSOCIATION (ZOPA)
  37. Integrated Sustainable Livelihoods
  38. Zimbabwe Young Positives
  39. Zimbabwe National Network of People
  40. Justice For Children Living With HIV (ZNNP+)

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