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Educational Initiative

Tsholotsho Youths who are educationally & developmentally murdered on a daily basis have so much to learn & reflect from the June 16 Uprising of 1976 in Soweto, South Africa. Young people in South Africa mobilized a powerful protest against the apartheid regime’s education policies.

Tsholotsho Youth Hub

To coordinate in an inclusive, non-partisan and transparent manner the organization of rural youths that will enable transform rural youths’ socio-economic livelihood and build their capacity and engagement with solution holders at both macro and micro levels for economic development

Youth Development

To see an informed and proactive rural youth who is able to contribute effectively to the development of both local and national economy

About Us

Youth Empowerment

Tsholotsho Youth Hub is a nonprofit youth organization that seeks to address the rural -urban divide mantra among youths in terms of access to opportunities and growth. The organization was formed in 2019 to spearhead the social and economic transformation of Tsholotsho rural youths by championing their quest to earn livelihoods in the current harsh economic circumstances.



Education for Every Child

Tsholotsho Youth Hub seek to provide measurable social and economic value for youths in rural Tsholotsho by designing, delivering and sustaining consistent positive influence and information that result in large scale measurable social and behaviour change among TYH target audience alongside research insights that can help the world better serve the young people in rural area.

Women Empowerment

Women empowerment means access to productive assets, land, water, markets, finances and technologies. Education, training and capacity-building are necessary prerequisites. Economic empowerment cannot stand alone but needs to be paced in the larger frameworks that define the way men and women live together, the vary fabric of our social and cultural environment.


Tsholotsho Youth Hub Trust

Our motivation is to see every young person in Tsholotsho benefiting from Tsholotsho Youth Hub towards a digitalized sustainable, innovative, entrepreunual and cultural future by connecting them with new skills, ideas and relevant stakeholders.

Tsholotsho Youth Hub Vision

We exist to craft and advance Youth led initiatives towards sustainable development, cultural celebrations, governance and political inclusion by utilizing digitally innovative policies, research and advocacy.

Tsholotsho Youth Hub Mission

Advocate and promote Youth inclusion, participation and empowerment.

Tsholotsho Youth and the struggle of June 16, 1976 Soweto Uprising in South Africa

Tsholotsho Youths who are educationally & developmentally murdered on a daily basis have so much to learn & reflect from the June 16 Uprising of 1976 in Soweto, South Africa. Young people in South Africa mobilized a powerful protest against the apartheid...

Why Education?

Education is a major priority in the development of young men and women, not simply because young people are often connected to the education system, but because it is through education that young women and men can be better prepared for life. The personal development of the individual young person, along with the development of local communities and the country as a whole is inextricably linked to the provision of quality, relevant and well-managed education system. The Republican Constitution of Zimbabwe provides for the right to education for all its citizens. Further, the National Youth Policy recognizes and draws from the provision of the Ministry of Education Policy. Despite having the supportive instrument highlighted in the preceding paragraph, a lot of challenges still remain and militate against the promotion of universal education as well as pupil/student retention in school. For instance, the ratio of females to males in the lower primary school grades (1 to 3) is nearly 50:50. However, from grades 4 to 8 16 the ratio begins to drop so much so that in secondary school the male: female ratio is estimated at 72:28 while in university it is estimated to be 74:26. There is therefore, need to lobby for a law that provides for mandatory attendance of primary school education. Human resource development is an important ingredient towards economic growth and development that would help in poverty reduction. Thus, any district ignoring this and failing to invest in the education of its young person’s cannot be serious about regional development and poverty reduction. In order to contribute towards improvement of education situation in Tsholotsho, the Tsholotsho Youth Hub will ensure that periodic review of education curricula for both formal and non-formal sector is undertaken to meet the changing needs of youth in the rapidly changing world and labor market demands in urban and rural areas.

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