On Tuesday 9 November, Make It Grow collaborated with Gateway Zimbabwe fellows to participate in the “Connecting Across the Distance” event hosted by The University of Sheffield’s Institute for Sustainable food. As a Knowledge Exchange project, we collaborate with NGOs
AN OFFERING FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH Gateway Zimbabwe took part in the Mindshift Global Conference on 12 May 2021, where the “Inner Development Goals” were launched. What are the Inner Development Goals? In 2015, The United Nations launched the Sustainable
THROUGH CROWDFUNDING How much are Zimbabwean communities doing on their own to address challenges around food security and sustainable energy resources, while developing community business enterprises, creating employment and empowering youth, women and the wider community? On the 16th of
RAISING FUNDS FOR COMMUNITY INITIATIVES How much are Zimbabwean communities doing on their own to address challenges around food security and sustainable energy resources, while developing community business enterprises, creating employment and empowering youth, women and the wider community? Gateway
DISCOVERING NEW WAYS TOGETHER The Gateway Fellowship is the flagship program of Gateway Zimbabwe, which brings together seemingly-ordinary citizens from different backgrounds who are answering to the call of living extraordinary lives and making an impact in their community towards
KEEPING DIALOGUE ALIVE In Zimbabwe, despite over 60% internet penetration level, the cost of data bundles and quality of connectivity make access to the exciting online platforms cropping up as a response to COVID-19, not as feasible for many here.
As COVID-19 became more real to us in Zimbabwe in March 2020, our community of Conveners and thought partners in Gateway Zimbabwe leaned into the Goethean nature observation practice as a sensemaking tool. Thanks to integrative thinker Johann Wolfgang, this