"Leadership & Governance are collective efforts that requires recognition of the autonomy of individuals and groups"
Sustainable Peace & Development
This project engages youth, women and poor household heads in Bindura, Marondera, Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe and Mbire in sustainable livelihoods activities in response to the high rate of unemployment in these districts. The project also seeks to bridge the gap between opposing elements through dialogues at local and national levels. In collaboration with Catholic Church institutions such as the Catholic Commission for Justice & Peace and non-Catholic Church bodies such as the Zimbabwe Council of Church, the Evangelical Fellowship of Churches in Zimbabwe and others, Silveira House emboldens the voice of the Church in national peace, reconciliation and development discourse.
Sustainable Livelihoods & Community Development
The Sustainable livelihoods and community development project runs in Mashonaland Centra Province of Zimbabwe. The project engages youth youth, single mothers, widows, mothers and other poor household heads in various livelihoods projects to generate income and improve their lives. Furthermore, the project offers leadership and community development training to traditional and elected leaders in order to improve service delivery and local community development. Lastly, the project fosters collaboration among government and non-government development agencies.