Lovemore Nyawo

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Overcoming gender bravery deficit

Through scaffolding they can develop metacognitive abilities, be guided and grounded until they are no longer afraid of falling.
By Lovemore Nyawo Mar. 10, 2023

US launches academy for women entrepreneurs

US embassy chargé d’affaires Meg Riggs said AWE was established to directly support gender equality efforts.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube and Lovemore Nyawo Jun. 17, 2023

Toxic masculinity, the ideation of suicide

Increasing suicidal rates in Zimbabwe are most caused by psychosocial and cultural factors.
By Lovemore Nyawo Jun. 23, 2023

Youth critical variability mitigation

Anthropogenic activities that result in greenhouse gas emissions increase global surface temperatures and affect the earth's climate.
By Lovemore Nyawo Aug. 18, 2023

Election season, women’s experiences

A total of 70 women were competing for seats in the National Assembly, accounting for 11% of the 637 potential candidates.
By Lovemore Nyawo Sep. 15, 2023

Surmounting barriers to women’s political participation

Their main task has now become to mobilise female voters in election campaigns and to promote male candidates.
By Lovemore Nyawo Oct. 13, 2023

ZEAA: A convergence zone of innovation

Valuable skills to improve their organisational programme activities, pragmatic practice, professional skills and develop critical thinking.
By Lovemore Nyawo Nov. 24, 2023

Why empowerment of men is important

Overwhelming multi-media platforms often depict masculinity as emphasising narrow roles and responsibilities and preconceived notions against men with a strong moral sense as weak.
By Lovemore Nyawo Dec. 8, 2023

Decoloniality and gender social systems

Colonisation imposed hierarchical distinctions to serve the interests of invaders, perpetuating disparities between males and females.
By Lovemore Nyawo Feb. 9, 2024

Digital accessibility, intersectionality

It can enable early change, evaluation and attention that can increase efficiency and productivity in the field.
By Lovemore Nyawo May. 3, 2024