Zimbabwe Workcamps Association

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Zimbabwe Workcamps Association

Zimbabwe Workcamps Association

Member
Zimbabwe Workcamps Association

Zimbabwe Workcamps Association

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Zimbabwe Workcamps Association (ZWA) is a local-inspired Youth Volunteer Organisation founded in October 1993. It is a non-political, non-sectarian, not for profit, membership organisation. Zimbabwe Workcamps Association seeks to promote intercultural education, and international understanding through voluntary services, peace and solidarity as well as community development. ZWA is registered with the Zimbabwe Youth Council under the Ministry of Youths, Sports, Arts and Recreation.  ZWA is a member of the Southern Africa Workcamps Cooperation (SAWC), which is a regional body that promotes development and voluntary work. ZWA is also a member of a continental platform Network of Africa Voluntary Services (NAVO), a continental body which aims to achieve prosperous and peaceful Africa through youth empowerment, volunteerism and pan Africa exchange as well as scaling up global, ZWA is also a member of the Coordinating Committee of International Voluntary Services created under the aegis of UNESCO in 1948.

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