Binga Womn Economic Empowerment is into the following: Economic empowerment - utilisation of the locally available natural resources for improving the livelihoods of women and children along the Zambezi Valley Education - this is a new thematic area, previously implemented under the women and children's rights program. Gender, advocacy and other cross cutting issues - In addition to the main program themes, Zubo places emphasis on mainstreaming gender, health, HIV and AIDS,
For many decades, women of the Zambezi Valley have been excluded in the development realm as compared to their male counterparts. As a result most women suffer from inferiority complex, which continues to make them invisible in the public sphere and subjugated to their male counterparts. This has excelled the unequal access and distribution of resources, domination of women in private domain, created a limited political representation of women and a tolerance for male violence against women.
If we support the empowerment of women and children in the Zambezi Valley through inter access to natural resources, sensitising the communities and policy makers on the rights of women and children may help move away from the above mentioned perception, it may unpack the capabilities of women and children .
The project will help 600 women in making use of the locally available natural resources allowing them to rise out of poverty, which will provide for their families' well-being.