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

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...
A paralegal is not necessarily a lawyer but it can be any person who helps communities on legal implications of whatever situations they may be experiencing. Kangudia, Dilenge (24) from Nyikanyiki...
Like savages, they gang raped her, one after the other. They were four armed men.They covered my face with a cloth as each one of them took turns to sexually assault me. They took my husband away and...
Rachel (15) from Ngandajika Territory in Kasai Oriental, Democratic Republic of Congo has not allowed the horrendous experience in her life to dampen her spirits. Rachel is one of the million people...
Kapinda (not real name) who is from Kasai Oriental Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo, feels unable to confirm whether her three daughters, aged between 12 and 28 were sexually assaulted...
Unpleasant memories of charred houses, an itching body bitten by crawling insects, and rains pouring on her day after day and uncountable nights still linger in Ngalula Kabeya’s (48) mind one and...
Bienvenue, Bonjour, Biyeyi Bolamu, Mbote, Moyo, Jambo are all salutations in various languages spoken in the Democratic Republic of Congo as one observes on arrival to the Kinshasa International...
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