IN THIS VIDEO YOUNG LADIES ARE DISCUSSING ABOUT HOW THEY ARE DEALING WITH ANXIETY, DEPRESSION AND TRAUMA DURING THE LOCKDOWN PERIOD CAUSED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
MAKE SURE YOU WATCH TO THE END! #MENTALHEALTH #DREPRESSION #SMARTGIRLS
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In this video these girls are talking about how they have being affected with co-habitation at college and it is a growing trend in tertiary Institutions as they say. Watch how it unfolds.
And you can talk to the girls in the video through their social media:
Facebook: Audrey Matambo
Twitter: @Audrey Matambo
Facebook: Nomaqhawe Ngwenya
Twitter: @amandla
FAcebook: Precious Jackson
Instagram: Iam_jackky
Facebook: Geraldine Mapfumo
INstagram: GerahT95
Facebook: Tanatswazimani
Twitter: Tanatswazimani9
Facebook: Kudzai Mkwala
Twitter: @KudzaiMkwala
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Facebook: Florence Chikumba
Facebook: Nyasha Magwenzi
Facebook: Norbert Kuvamudiki
Twitter: @nobbykuva
Instagram:@nobbykuva

FSNT Executive Director Evernice Munando was part of Zimbabwean women civil society leaders who joined U.S Embassy for an interactive web chat with international experts on Empowering Women’s Political Participation. The Department of State — Office of Global Women’s Issues sponsored the discussion and provided participants with tools to overcome barriers, prevent violence against women in politics, and empower women’s participation in political processes. Moderated in Harare by Political and Economic Counselor Heidi Gómez, women leaders participated from 25 locations across the Americas and Africa, including the American Corner in Bulawayo.