SAYWHAT joins the rest of the world in celebrating the International Day for Students. The students being the owners and drivers of the organisation, SAYWHAT takes this opportunity to celebrate with students on this day and their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

As we celebrate this year’s International Day of Students, Saywhat recognises that young people especially students are so much affected with the socio economic challenges in Zimbabwe, mostly on issues related to sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Issues to do with sexual harassment of students especially the female students from both their fellow students and the lecturers is high in most tertiary institutions.  In colleges, cases of sexual harassment, rape and victimisation of students remain a cancer that eats up the ability of the college environment to be a safe place for students.

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Takudzwa · December 8, 2017 at 9:01 am

you guyz are actually doing a great job. as a youth out of school I wish if I could also get an opportunity to join your team.

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