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Our Work

Citizens’ access to justice, rights, research and information

Citizens’ access to justice, rights, research and information; gender mainstreaming, social inclusion, conflict mitigation
  • Facilitating multi-stakeholder planning meetings to assist in the design of a juvenile justice system in Namibia, in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice and a European donor country
  • Design and implementation of a capacity building program for the Sierra Leone Police Force as part of the DFID funded Justice Reform and Development Programme.
  • A qualitative “Social Media Research” study sought to explore access to and preferences regarding media amongst urban dwellers in Harare, Zimbabwe
  • Data collection and processing for a mid-term review for a US funded Conflict Management and Mitigation  program in Zimbabwe. The objectives of the research were to gather detailed data on the incidence of conflict and violence in villages, interpersonal trust and citizens’ willingness to participate in local political structures and to explore attitudes, skills and behaviours of village heads and community leaders
  • Baseline survey and gender analysis of the decent work agenda on behalf of FNV (the Ministry responsible for development assistance in the Netherlands] in collaboration with a Dutch private consulting firm
  • Gender audit and assessment for a major donor’s country program 
  • An impact assessment of the Women’s Empowerment Programme, a three year initiative implemented by a leading women’s rights organisation
  • Gender training and women’s empowerment initiatives for diverse clients including civic society organisations and the private sector in Zimbabwe and the sub-region  
  • An assessment on issues relating to gender, power and decision-making at community level to inform an INGO’s thinking and strategy around the Underlying Causes of Poverty in order to gain a better understanding of the underlying causes of poverty at household and community level.
  • Q Partnership conducted an assessment to establish the knowledge base regarding the realities of child trafficking within, from and to Zimbabwe. Another study was conducted to determine the needs of children and the existing child protection systems within mobile and vulnerable populations and the main migrant-sending communities of Zimbabwe
  • A baseline survey for an INGO to determine the context of child participation and protection within targeted districts to inform the “Protection of Marginalised Children and Young People Project”
  • Gender and sexual-based violence study among war-torn and returned refugee communities in Eritrea for an INGO
    • Facilitated local, regional and international processes to challenge and influence the status quo using rights based approaches especially for the benefit of marginalised/minority population groups (ethnic groups, youths, orphans and vulnerable children, women and girls) in Zimbabwe, Malawi, South Africa, Ghana 
    • Created designs and facilitated participatory processes that enhance women's inclusion and socio-economic empowerment, including influencing policy change and/or implementation
    • Designed and supported adoption and use of customised planing and Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks and theories of change, especially for civil society and faith-based organisations working in the context of democracy, peace building and women's empowerment in Zimbabwe and Malawi