This course was designed for Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project.

This course aims to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of the concepts, challenges, and advocacy related to access to safe abortion in Zimbabwe. The course will cover various topics, including basic medical terminologies, legal and policy frameworks, post-abortion care, abortion stigma, reproductive governance, and advocacy strategies. By the end of the course, learners will be able to develop evidence-based advocacy messages, appraise the situation with regards to access to safe abortion in Zimbabwe, and identify issues for further investigation and action.

This course is designed to equip learners with a comprehensive understanding of access to safe abortion in Zimbabwe, including the concepts, challenges, and advocacy strategies. By the end of the course, learners will be able to develop evidence-based advocacy messages, appraise the situation with regards to access to safe abortion in Zimbabwe, and identify issues for further investigation and action. The course will contribute to the promotion of safe abortion in Zimbabwe and improve the health and wellbeing of women and girls.

Who can study this course?

    • Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project beneficiaries


This course focuses on the advocacy efforts to criminalize revenge porn, also known as non-consensual pornography, in Zimbabwe. It examines the legal and social implications of revenge porn in Zimbabwe and explores the strategies for advocating for the criminalization of this harmful practice in the Zimbabwean context. Students will also develop practical skills for designing and implementing advocacy campaigns in Zimbabwe, and will learn how to measure the impact and sustainability of advocacy efforts in Zimbabwe. The course will also explore the cultural and gender dimensions of revenge porn in Zimbabwe and strategies for promoting gender equality and addressing cultural norms that perpetuate revenge porn in Zimbabwe.

This course was designed for Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project.

The course "Analysis of Termination of Pregnancy in Zimbabwe in relation to the World Standard of Human Rights" is designed to explore the complex issue of abortion in Zimbabwe through a human rights lens. The course will cover topics such as the legal and policy framework for abortion in Zimbabwe, the social and cultural factors that influence attitudes towards abortion, and the impact of restrictive abortion laws on women's health and rights.

The course will use the World Standard of Human Rights as a framework for analysis, examining how Zimbabwe's laws and policies related to abortion measure up to international human rights standards. Students will learn about human rights principles such as the right to life, the right to health, and the right to equality, and how these principles apply to the issue of abortion.

Through case studies, group discussions, and guest lectures from experts in the field, students will develop a deeper understanding of the complex issues surrounding abortion in Zimbabwe and the broader implications for human rights. The course will also explore strategies for advocacy and activism to promote the rights of women and girls in relation to reproductive health and rights, including access to safe and legal abortion services.


Who can study this course?

    • Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project beneficiary

This course was designed for Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project.

The course "Ending Child Marriages" is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the issue of child marriage and strategies for ending this harmful practice. The course will cover topics such as the causes and consequences of child marriage, the legal and policy frameworks for addressing child marriage, and the role of education and community engagement in ending child marriage.

The course will take a human rights-based approach, examining child marriage as a violation of the rights of children and girls. Students will learn about international human rights standards related to child marriage, including the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.

Overall, the course "Ending Child Marriages" will provide students with the knowledge and skills to become effective advocates and activists for ending child marriage, promoting the rights of girls and women, and contributing to the global effort to end this harmful practice.


Who can study this course?

    • Movement for Strengthening Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Activism (MOSA) project beneficiaries