The Centre based at Magaya village is the first in Mashonaland East and will provide comprehensive care services to the victims.
Speaking at the handover ceremony RMT Director who is also African Union Goodwill Ambassador
“It’s tough walking the talk, yet
“This is not for Murewa it is for Zimbabwe. We want to show that rural is not sub-standard but we want to motivate young girls and young mothers. This is a wholly owned centre.” Said Gumbonzvanda
Lack of integrated medical-legal services and community ownership of services has been identified as a challenge in addressing GBV coupled with the fact that there are few programmes that provide integrated care for survivors of GBV in Zimbabwe
Named after Nyaradzayi’s mother, the Rozaria Memorial trust provides for care of survivors and was established in 2010.
The centre was constructed with the help of the Japanese embassy and was officially opened by the Japanese ambassador to Zimbabwe Toshiyuki Iwado.