'Our Mission'.. TaLI 'Exists to Make the World a Safe Place for the Girl Child with the Inclusion of All'..Learn More
'We Envision' a 'Safe World' where girls are free to dream, empowered to become whatever they want to be. A world where girls can make social and economic choices free from negative influences from others, but rather with community support. We envision a world where girls and boys are treated equally in every aspect of life, a world where children will be allowed to be children enjoying their equal rights. A world where leadership devote to girls and children's rights to ensure a secure legacy..Learn More
TaLI Engaging For Community Education
As its founding Philosophies, TaLI recognizes the need to empower the girl child with her rights, to be a girl who can self-assert, a girl who can claim her rights in defining her own boundaries in relationships and community engagements...Learn More..
UNITED STATES PROVIDES $100,000 GRANT TO REDUCE GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE
Harare, March 4, 2014: The U.S. State Department, through the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), has provided $100,000 to Tag A Life International Trust (TaLI), an advocacy group for the rights of girls, to increase awareness of gender-based violence (GBV) among vulnerable youth and address its intersection with HIV/AIDS....
LAUNCH OF THE ORANGE DAY ON ELIMINATION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND GIRLS.
Tag a Life International (TaLI), UN Women and The Women’s Trust (TWT) in partnership with Ministry of Women Affairs Gender and Community Development and support from the Government of Denmark organised the launch of Orange day for elimination of Violence against Women and Girls which was held on the 23rd of January 2014 at Rainbow Towers,Harare.
In Zimbabwe violence against women and girls is of serious concern. According to the 2013 Baseline study on Violence against women in Zimbabwe, two in every three women (68%) reported experiencing some form of violence during their lifetime. The 2012 National Baseline Survey on Life experiences of Adolescents shows that one in three girls in Zimbabwe experienced sexual violence before they turned 18 years.
Director and Founder for Tag a Life International Miss Nyaradzo Mashayamombe said that Gender Based Violence should not be spoken about only during 16 days of activism but it should be spoken about every month. She also appealed to the City Council and Zimbabwe Republic Police to restore order on the streets and commuter omnibus ranks and that everybody should play a part in fighting for Women’s Rights and against Gender Based Violence.
Acting Women and Gender Affairs Minister Honourable Mushowe gave the Minister’s postulates that it is pleasing that the fight against Gender Based Violence has not been for the government alone.
“Anyone found violating women’s rights will be dealt with ruthlessly. Artists should join in the fight against Gender Based Violence.
Electronic media should continue to facilitate dialogue to clarify the elements of Gender Based Violence” said Honourable Mushowe
He noted with disappointment that the Church has turned out to be a haven of unimaginable acts of sexual abuse. He stated that governments support for women has been undertaken in the form of the 4P’s namely prevention, protection, programs and policies.
Orange Day is part of the Un Secretary Generals UNiTE to End Violence against Women Campaign which proclaims every 25th of the month as Orange Day. This event was a launch of the Orange Day Zimbabwe 2015 and a commemoration and reminder of the roles and actions to be taken against Gender Based Violence, while aiming to raise awareness and trigger action and drive society’s commitment on the urgent need to end violence against women and girls.
AN INDEPTH INTO CHILD ABUSE IN ZIMBABWE, AS WE EXPERIENCED IT
Working in Midlands Province defending the rights of girls have not only opened our eyes, but have given us more strength to work to defend the rights of girls. On Community level we have implemented projects to raise awareness of Gender Based Violence to prevent HIV AIDS in young girls highlighting and addressing harmful cultural and religious practices that cause vulnerabilities in young girls...
Executive Director and Founder of Tag a Life International (TaLI), Miss Nyaradzo Mashayamombe recently...Read more
On Friday the 2nd of August 2014 the TaLI team led by the Director...Read more
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