To strengthen the minds, wills and beliefs of marginalised societies through information dissemination by 2030.
To ensure citizens and non-state actors have access to quality information and adequate capacity building of information distribution.
Who Are We
NGO Africa Watch was founded by a group of dedicated and passionate non-state stakeholders dotted around Africa. In 2017 an online website was created, out of the conviction of reporting on developmental issues on the ground that include education, health, agriculture and food security, environment, women and youth, disabilities, local governance as well as crises that could help inform and educate the people in mitigating future crises and assisting organisations to improve their information distribution to their respective communities.
As an online independent non-profit media organisation, this allows us to cast an in-depth view over the multi-billion-dollar sector, while pushing ourselves to publicize the stories of change being done by social workers and non-governmental organisations working in the disaster aid industry and civil education to give their attention to their failures and successes. As our mainstream media withdrew from many non-profit initiatives, we are now filling the gap through high-quality journalism and information dissemination. At the moment, we are the few in Zimbabwe and Africa who provide coverage guided by our core values that include fairness, objectivity, teamwork, accuracy, non-partisanship and support.