Socially and economically empowered women and resilient communities enjoying gender equality in a Small and Medium Enterprises driven economy by 2030.
To deliver on it’s mandate the Ministry is guided by the following priorities
08 March 2023
Hon. M. Mutsvangwa (Sen)
Hon. Dr. J.N. Mhlanga (MP.)
Dr. Mavis Sibanda
L. Matsika-Takaendisa (Mrs.)
CHIEF DIRECTOR FOR Gender policy planning and programme managmen:
F. Gondo (Eng.)
CHIEF DIRECTOR FOR ENTERPRISE AND COOPERATIVES DEVELOPMENT
Ministry Core Values
To formulate, implement policies /programmes for women`s empowerment, gender equality, resilient communities, cooperatives and MSMEs development and to coordinate stakeholders in the sectors.
WORK being done by women leaders to bring development to fellow women and communities is not going unnoticed, not only within our borders but in the SADC region as a whole. A delegation from Malawi led by the country’s Parliamentary Women Caucus Chairperson and politician Hon Roseby Gadama recently paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Dr. S.G.G. Nyoni.
The Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development, Honourable Senator Monica Mutsvangwa has implored Governments across the world to prioritise Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises as they are key to sustainable development and equitable distribution of resources.
Women Take Their Place In the Country's Economy
CONSTRUCTED at a cost of US$500 000, Tasimudzwa Women’s Gold Milling plant in Guruve is close to completion and will be officially commissioned early this year much to the delight of those who are set to benefit from the facility in the Mashonaland Central province. The gold milling plant is one of many successful cooperatives dotted around the country, which are supported by the Ministry and its development partners and aimed at economically empowering rural women.