Nokulunga Ndlovu holds a Bachelor of Social Science Honours degree in development studies. She is passionate about Humanitarian work; rural and urban development; sustainable livelihoods and poverty alleviation; gender issues; migration; and public health. She has six years work experience in humanitarian work and is certified in Applied Humanitarian work. She is a women rights activist and was awarded a merit award by Lupane State University on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights research. She is the programs officer at Matabeleland Widows and Single Parents Trust, an NGO implementing programs in Bulawayo and Matobo districts. She is a qualified conflict resolution facilitator affiliated with Alternative to Violence Project Zimbabwe. She also holds a certificate in basic film making awarded during the Access to Documentation survey jointly conducted by 11 Matabeleland CSOs with Transparency, Responsiveness, Accountability, Citizen and Engagement (TRACE) to improve the citizens’ access to birth certificates, identity cards and promote their rights to a citizenship.
Her current focus is on alleviation of period poverty as it encroaches on human and women’s rights and slows development progress on Agenda 2063.limited access to menstrual products and services affect girls’ education hence their career opportunities infringing on universal education for all. For girls to stay longer in school, a distributive policy of menstrual products has deemed less effective, hence the need to consider re- distributive policies to offer free sanitary pads in public institutions and favorable WASH facilities. Her aspiration for public sector leadership is a multi- sectoral approach; with government working hand in glove with civil society in public service delivery.
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