Assessments and Evaluations
Reframing Child Protection and Development (RCP&D) in Binga District Baseline Survey
Ntengwe for Community Development has been implementing child protection and emergency programs in Binga district since the year 2000. Lack of knowledge of child protection sustained harmful socio-cultural practices in the targeted communities. The baseline survey was to assess the level of knowledge of child rights among children, parents, guardians and the communities.
Consolidating and Upscaling Brighter Futures through Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities: End of project Evaluation
The end of project evaluation presents the findings of the impact of the Brighter Future for Children with Disabilities, the project relevance, efficiency, coherence and consistency, effectiveness, impact, lessons and sustainability.
Practical Educational and Life Skills Support for Children with Disabilities: A Brighter Future through Inclusive Education for Children Living with Disabilities in Zimbabwe:
Published by the International Journal of Management Studies and Social Science Research.
This paper was designed with the twin aim of contributing to Inclusive Education as a concept in currency and to explore the practical strides being made in promoting Inclusive education in Zimbabwe.
Inclusion and Disability Mainstreaming: A Case of the Integrated Learning Skills and Entrepreneurship Advancement Initiative (ILESEA) Project in Binga District, Zimbabwe (Ubuntu Journal of Conflict and Social Transformation)
This paper discusses inclusion and disability mainstreaming as part of a holistic approach that should address the political, social, economic and environmental barriers that militates against inclusion for children with disabilities in education and broader development processes.
Agents of Environmental Sustainability: Field Experiences of Ntengwe for Community Development’s Self Help Groups Participating in Climate Change Projects (Journal of Environment and Earth Science www.iiste.org ISSN 2224-3216 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0948 (Online) Vol.8, No.7, 2018
This study assessed the Self-Help Group approach used by Ntengwe to examine the roles community groups, particularly women are playing in promoting environmental sustainability as a way of building resilience to climate change in Hwange district.
Building Resilience to Climate Change through the Adoption of Grain and Vegetable Amaranth in Binga District of Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe (World Journal of Agricultural Research, 2021, Vol. 9, No. 1, 9-14 Available online at http://pubs.sciepub.com/wjar/9/1/2 Published by Science and Education Publishing DOI:10.12691/wjar-9-1-2)
This paper seeks to popularize and commercialize grain and vegetable amaranth (mowa in Shona, imbuya in IsiNdebele and bboonko in Tonga) by local farmers in Manjolo and Sikalenge wards in Binga District of Matabeleland North Province, Zimbabwe.
Market linkages: A Way of Sustaining the Production of Amaranth in Manjolo and Sikalenge Wards of Binga District of Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe (World Journal of Agricultural Research, 2021, Vol. 9, No. 1, 37-41 Available online at http://pubs.sciepub.com/wjar/9/1/6 Published by Science and Education Publishing DOI:10.12691/wjar-9-1-6)
The study recommends the popularisation of the vegetable by all stakeholders as well as exploration of value addition and beneficiation to tap into international markets.