ESTABLISHMENT OF WOMENS' CENTRE: Submitted by ZANU's Department of Womens' Affairs

by Zimbabwe African National Union Mission, New York Material Aid Campaign for ZANU
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about November 1979
Publisher: New York Material Aid Campaign for ZANU
4 pages
Type: Report
Coverage in Africa: Mozambique, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Report by ZANU's Department of Womens' Affairs on the Matola Centre in Mozambique. The report says: The decision to set up a Womens' Centre was made at ZANU's first Womens' Seminar which was held in Mozambique in May 1979 and attended by more than 300 delegates. The aim of the Centre is to develop the skills and talents of women in preparation for the task of national reconstruction. The report says education and vocational training will include adult education, home economics, clinic, vocational training, creche [childcare center], shop, recreation, and agriculture. The report includes the address of Zimbabwe African National Union mission to the United Nations. • Comments • Additional Information (November 1979) • Premises • Personnel • Training of Staff • Budget [Note on date: The document refers to liberated areas. Most likely it was produced before the conclusion of the Lancaster House Agreement in late December 1979.]
Collection: Alan Zaslavsky Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections