Who are We

FSNT is a membership based organization that works with female students in Tertiary Education Institutions in Zimbabwe. FSNT's concept was born out of the current director's personal experiences as a female student activist,advocating for academic freedoms for students within TEI's.As the only female student leader at that time ,she observed that there were gendered barriers to female students' participation and involvement in decision making processes within TEI's and the wider society.This experience inspired her to initiate the FSNT and her dream was to see the voices of female students in TEI's being amplified and their concerns addressed.FSNT works closely with the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education,Science and Technology Development as well as the Ministry of Women Affairs ,Gender and Community Development amongst other civil society pressure groups,students organisations and women's organisations .

Women and Human Rights

Women's rights are the fundamental human rights that were enshrined by the United Nations for every human being on the planet nearly 70 years ago. These rights include the right to live free from violence, slavery, and discrimination; to be educated; to own property; to vote; and to earn a fair and equal wage.

Policy Advocacy

Policy advocacy is the process of negotiating and mediating a dialogue through which influential networks, opinion leaders, and ultimately, decisionmakers take ownership of your ideas, evidence, and proposals, and subsequently act upon them.

Media Advocacy

Media advocacy is the use of any form of media to help promote an organization's or a company's objectives or goals, which come from the group's vision

Pyscho Social Support

Psychosocial refers to the child's inner world and relationship with his or her environment. Psychosocial support helps maintain a continuum of family and community-based care and support during and after an emergency and prevents immediate or long-term mental health disorders.

Say no to Sexual Violence

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