Takaitei Bote

I am the Communications Focal Person for ActionAid Zimbabwe.

Communications Focal Person
Zimbabwe
Takaitei.Bote@actionaid.org

My role at is to develop communications and information dissemination strategies for the organisation. I also provide capacity building to partners and staff on communications and documentation. I love recording the voices of the poor and excluded through the various communication forums provided by ActionAid.

Latest blogs

Thirteen-year-old Tapiwa (not real name) from Manicaland Province is a survivor of sexual violence who is currently being assisted at an ActionAid supported Safe House in partnership with the Family...
Mobile phone based protection interventions in the Grand Kasai area have ensured quick dissemination of sexual gender based violence (SGBV) information saving thousands of female lives affected by a...
My name is Portia Mukondo, a 44-year-old farmer from Mutsahuni Village in Makoni District, Manicaland. My village falls in region 4 and naturally we receive very little rainfall. Over the last few...
Like bees whose hive has been opened unceremoniously, large crowds of about 400 people buzzed into the polling station, shouting “A, B, C, D, where is it!”. For a moment I thought something had...
As millions of Zimbabweans cast their vote in the historic 30 July 2018 Harmonised Elections, ActionAid Zimbabwe (AAZ) has launched a Social Justice Manifesto which represents the voices of the...
The election fever seems to have gripped Zimbabweans from all walks of life. Even when our agendas are different, we are all Zimbabwean and we have a stake in the 2018 Harmonised Elections scheduled...
In a society which does not believe in the importance of educating a woman, Anuarite (12) from Nyiragongo Territory, North Kivu Province, east Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is one of the...
Joselyn Mudikongo Lukeni, a young woman of 23 years living in Kinsenso Town, a peri-urban city situated on the outskirts of Kinshasa, capital city for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), promises...
Habarurema Dafrose Rusangiza (48) from Nyiragongo Territory, North Kivu Province, east Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), who could not read and write, started a small business for the first time in...
One of the remote and deprived areas in east Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is Idjwi, an island and a two-hour travel by boat from Bukavu, the capital of South Kivu Province. It has a population...
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