Bulawayo Residents Survive on Borehole Water

According to the results of the Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights survey entitled "Fighting for Water - Voices of Women and Girls on Alternative Water Point Violence" most Bulawayo residents are surviving on borehole water during water shortage times. The survey was carried out in 7 wards and targeted women and girls as respondents. It... Continue Reading →

Water Violence Survey Media Briefing

Yesterday (Tuesday 04 May 2021) MIHR held a Press Brief to launch the survey report on violence in Bulawayo's alternative water points. The report entitled "Fighting For Water - voices of women and girls on water point violence" captures findings of a survey that was done in Bulawayo's 7 wards and targeting women and girls... Continue Reading →

CSOs Training in Human Rights Campaigns

Six of the 11 community based organizations that are part of the MIHR Rights in Action today attended the Human Right Campaign building workshop where they were capacitated on how to develop a human rights strategy. The organizations that attended were from Bulawayo, Matobo and Gwanda Districts.

MIHR 2021 World Water Day Statement

Today (Monday 22 March 2021) Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) joins the progressive world in commemorating the World Water Day under the theme “valuing water”. The commemoration comes at the time when MIHR ends the 9 weeks long #MondayWaterAction campaign which began on Monday 25 January 2021 and gave Bulawayo residents skills and space... Continue Reading →

Tighten Litter Fines – Bulawayo Residents

Bulawayo Residents who attended the Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) organized Bulawayo Environment Summit on the 10th and 11th of March 2021 called for the local authority to tighten its litter fines to curb indiscriminate littering and solid waste dumping in the City. Some of the recommendation on littering included: Review environmental bylaws and... Continue Reading →

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