The Youth Decide Zimbabwe is greatly concerned about inconducive growing poverty in the new millennium, lack of opportunities, limited academic freedoms, unemployment, drug abuse, exorbitant health care, human rights abuse and shrinking civic space has epitomized modern-day Zimbabwe; with young people absorbing the brunt of economic collapse.
We are so worried about interminable upward diffusion by authorities concerning youth empowerment and participation in all societal agendas. As a youth-led organization, we are pleading for remarkable steps for institutional establishment that translate to the practical empowerment of young people who now constitutes above 62% of the total population. The National Constitution, Section 20 which is within the Africa Union Youth Framework; provides for the effective participation of youth in political, social, economic, and cultural affairs of the country.
As an organisation, our vision is to create a conducive space wherein young people maximize their potentials in development that affect their lives through enhancing their capabilities and enabling them to affirm control over their circumstances, that will spill over to national development.
As the Youth Decide Zimbabwe, we advocate for advancement of civil society growth, economic expansion, and innovation throughout the county by strengthening the participation of youth, promoting human rights, facilitating access to justice, and ensuring inclusion of youth in all communities through different formal roots.
We are calling for donations and funding from individuals and institutions wishers to see Youth Decide Zimbabwe sailing and initiating projects and do programs as per outlined list of activities. We also inviting all youth to join the organisation so that we can work together on course to witness and celebrate the transformation than will lead to national development.
As the Youth Decide Zimbabwe, we are working tirelessly on COVID-19 awareness task through educating, informing, and interpreting. We also call upon the citizens of Zimbabwe, and institutions to ensure that the conditions and provisions set by WHO and government during this lockdown period are noteworthy. Let us fight to win, lets change our behaviour for the foreseeable future!