Let’s Talk Campaign

We are so excited to be supported UNESCO on the “Let’s Talk!” campaign aimed at reducing Early Unintended Pregnancy (EUP) across 21 countries in the East and Southern African region. In November 2019, UNESCO, UNFPA, and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) launched the revised Re-admission Policy alongside UNESCO’s Early and Unintended Pregnancy (EUP) campaign “Let’s talk!”. HeR Liberty is conducting activities under the EUP Campaign supported by UNESCO in Mchinji, Nkhatabay, and Machinga Districts.

HeR Liberty will further localize a booklet on EUP produced by UNESCO in Zimbabwe into a “Get Up and Speak Out” (GUSO) guide for young people which will also contain youth-friendly information and key messages on the revised Readmission Policy.

HeR Liberty is engaging with six influential champions from both the national and district level. They are influential individuals who are promoting the revised Readmission Policy and EUP campaign to address EUP. Champions include District youth leaders, local celebrities, Members of Parliament, and traditional leaders as follows;


Theresa Phondo

Theresa Phondo

An entrepreneur, media personality, public speaker, and advocate for young women as well as a former member of the Zathu Band.

Deus Gumba

Deus Gumba

Member of Parliament that has been championing the EUP campaign since the regional launch. Chairperson for the HIV/AIDS and Nutrition Parliamentary Committee.

q malewezi

Q Malewez

A poet who has used spoken word to creatively address issues affecting young people and their well-being.


Raquin Mulewa

Machinga District

A youth advocate and community facilitator, leading a Youth-Led Organisation called Youth Impact as the acting Executive Director.

Traditional Authority (T/A) Pitala

Mchinji District

A female Chief.

Mrs. Memory Tchenya Chabwera

Nkhatabay Distric

School administrator and Headteacher at Tukombo Primary School in Tukombo zone.