COTRAD in partnership with Ziya Cultural Arts produced a video skit that encourages public officials to be transparency in handling public funds and accountable to citizen concern. The video footage also urges Public officials to consult the residents on priority issues which needs urgent attention than top down approach. The
The video footage was produced in sync with the organization’s desire to promote Unity, peace and tolerance in the country.
Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) in collaboration with local artists Uncle Jaunda and Hwindi well know as Richo and Hevoi FM DJ Kauleza produced a video skit which Calls for peace and unity amongest the people of Zimbabwe.
# HoldPublicOfficialsAccountable COTRAD in collaboration with Sabhuku Vharazipi and Mbuya VaJohn produced a video skit on the importance of good governance and social accountability in service delivery
Click the link below, to watch the video Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) in Collaboration with Masvingo-based Theater Artist, Sabhuku Vharazipi, whose real name is David Mubaiwa, has lampooned perpetrators of political violence in the video footage. The video footage was produced in sync with the organization’s desire to
Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development (COTRAD) in partnership with Sabhuku Vharazipi Crew produced a video skit on peace building. The video skit encourages people to work together regardless of their political affiliation. The video also urges traditional leaders to be objective in the execution of their duties and encourage traditional
Masvingo residents have raised grave concern over the increase in heaps of uncollected refuse and resurfacing of illegal waste bump sites in the town’s central business district (CBD) and its surrounding locations which is now a threat to people’s health. A community survey carried out by Community Tolerance Reconciliation and
The Community Tolerance Reconciliation and Development Trust (COTRAD) in partnership with its community structures Action Accountability Group (AAG) have begun accountability programs as part of their community development work in the district. Speaking at a community accountability meeting in Chipezeze village recently, COTRAD programs manager Zivanai Muzorodzi said the initiative
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