Ambulance | ambulancía | Krankenwagen | 救急車 | скорая помощь (for Econet subscribers): 112

Ambulance | ambulancía | Krankenwagen | 救急車 | скорая помощь (for NetOne subscribers): 114

Ambulance | ambulancía | Krankenwagen | 救急車 | скорая помощь (from landlines): 0800 3222 911

Abuse helplines: (0)772 1000 49/502/601

ZWLA free legal advice for women and children’s rights: 08080131

Gender Based Violence (GBV) One Stop Center – Rusape General Hospital 

Where GBV victims can access health, legal, counseling and police services all in the same place

Telephone: 0026325 2363

Rusape General Hospital, Rusape, Makoni District, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe

Women’s Self – Promotion Movement 

https://www.facebook.com/Womens-Self-Promotion-Movement-344719068903242/

Zimbabwe Women’s Resource Centre and Network (ZWRCN)

www.zwrcn.org.zw

288 Herbert Chitepo Avenue/7th Street, Harare, Zimbabwe

+236 4 252 388/390

zwrcn@zwrcn.org.zw

Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe

www.wcoz.org 

13 Bates Street Milton Park Harare, Zimbabwe 

coalition@zol.co.zw

T: +263 701995/96 , M: +263 775 708 657 

www.facebook.com/theWCoZ

Project Brief: Police’s Responsiveness to Violence Against Women and Girls 

Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association (ZWLA)

www.zwla.co.zw  

Contact for free legal advice for women and children’s rights: 08080131

Harare Office: 17 Fife Avenue, Harare Tel: 0242 708491, 0242 706820

zwla@zwla.co.zw

Bulawayo Office: 134 J. Tongogara Street Cnr. 14th Avenue Bulawayo Tel: 09-887186/887187 zwlabyo@co.zw 

Kubatana 

kubatana.net

Civic and Human Rights Archive 

info@kubatana.net 

Campaigns 

Legal Resources Foundation

www.lrfzim.com

16 Oxford Road, Avondale, Harare, Zimbabwe

Tel: +263 (4) 333 707

Adult Rape Clinic 

adrapeclinic@yahoo.com

263242793572/263775672770 

Ward C9, Parirenyatwa Hospital Mazowe street, Harare, Zimbabwe


In Zimbabwe, there is the custom of ngozi, whereby a girl can be given to a family as compensation for a death of a man caused by a member of the girl’s family. On reaching puberty the girl is expected to have sexual intercourse with the brother or father of the deceased person, so as to produce a son to replace the one who died. Source: Pathisa Nyathi Ngozi: An African reality. . . ensuring social justice and fairness


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