Action 24

Action 24

Action 24 is an organisation involved in Climate Change, DRR, Renewable Energy, Youth Empowerment, Community Development and Public Policy Advocate work.

Action 24 which was formed in 2007 as a campus initiative has since grown to become one of the most renowned local NGO contributing immensely to national processes and initiatives of sustainable development, climate change, renewable energy, DRR and youth empowerment

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South Africa's Durban area hit by heavy floods, 45 dead 13/04/2022

South Africa's Durban area hit by heavy floods, 45 dead

Effects of Climate Change are worsening globally. An ambitious global effort is needed to unite and connect actions and commitments from all stakeholders. Our prayers remains with the families of flood victims

JOHANNESBURG — Prolonged rains and flooding in the Durban area of South Africa have claimed the lives of at least 45 people, damaging the port, major highways and surrounding areas in KwaZulu-Natal province, according to local officials.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/south-africas-kwazulu-natal-province-hit-by-floods-20-dead/2022/04/12/53fa862a-ba62-11ec-a92d-c763de818c21_story.html#:~:text=JOHANNESBURG%20%E2%80%94%20Prolonged%20rains%20and%20flooding,province%2C%20according%20to%20local%20officials.

South Africa's Durban area hit by heavy floods, 45 dead Prolonged rains and flooding in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province have claimed the lives of at least 45 people

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Post COP 26 feedback meeting with Zim youth

ACCESS EMBARKS ON CLEAN ENERGY ADVOCACY by Dyson Jayson Bubala 18/02/2022

ACCESS EMBARKS ON CLEAN ENERGY ADVOCACY by Dyson Jayson Bubala

Energy Access for poor communities in Southern Africa is a poverty issues that demands immediate attention

ACCESS EMBARKS ON CLEAN ENERGY ADVOCACY by Dyson Jayson Bubala ACCESS EMBARKS ON CLEAN ENERGY ADVOCACY by Dyson Jayson Bubala

27/10/2021

From the in Glasgow—to the world🌎🌍🌏

Together with our partners from The Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet (GEAPP), we're bringing you all side events LIVE from !

Register to join: https://webapp.spotme.com/welcome/secaa21

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Action 24 together with the Alliance of Civil Energy Access( ACCESS Coalition), on 15 September 2021 launched the ACCESS Coalition Southern Africa Regional Node at Rainbow Towers in Harare. The initiative which will be coordinated by @Action24 which is one of the regional coordinating organization in Sub-Saharan Africa. The organization in the region will spearhead implementation of the regional Communication and Advocacy strategy. Key highlights of the strategy include engagement with multi-lateral banks(World Bank & AfDB), accelerated implementation of SDG 7 and capacity development of CSOs. The initiative will be coordinated by Action 24 which is one of the three regional nodes in Sub Saharan Africa.

14/05/2021

Consultancy Opportunity: Development of Zimbabwe Advocacy and Communications Strategy for ACCESS Coalition Southern Africa Regional Node

Deadline: 21 May 2021

About
The ACCESS Coalition consists of a range of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), both national and international. The Coalition aims to strengthen the efforts of CSOs working to deliver universal energy access. Access coalition advocates at national and regional levels for transparent and inclusive multi-stakeholder participation at all stages of energy processes. The Coalition works with donors and investors to build their understanding of the energy needs of poor groups. Access supports the capacity building of civil society actors and relevant stakeholders, while also sharing best practice across our networks.

Background
Access Coalition is expanding its operations across all the regions of Africa. Recently, the coalition established the Southern Africa Regional Node which Action 24 Zimbabwe is the regional coordinating organisation. As part of setting up the Southern Africa Regional Node, the coalition seek to develop the advocacy and communication strategy for the node to disseminate the coalition’s work, activities and engagements with other likeminded stakeholders and coalitions within the region.

The Purpose and Scope
The purpose of the assignment is to develop an advocacy and communications strategy for Access Coalition Southern Africa Node focusing mainly with Zimbabwe. The Consultant will be expected to craft the Advocacy and Communication Strategy in line with Access Coalition work-streams as highlighted below;

1. SDG 7 Implementation
o Integrated Energy planning & implementation of SDG7: Ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.

2. AfDB Engagement
o Influencing AfDB investments and ensuring effective Civil Society participation in decision making.

3. Capacity Building
o Sharing knowledge and expertise across the membership base of practitioner experience in different regions.

Further, the Consultant shall be expected to carry out consultations with Access Coalition Southern Africa Regional Node members and link the advocacy and communications strategy to the overall work and programs being undertaken by the members.

Objectives:
The objective of this consultancy is to:

• To produce an advocacy and communication strategy for Access Coalition Southern Africa Regional Node (Zimbabwe).
• Create a clear roadmap and work-plan for establishing relations with local and regional media pool and potential partners.
• Create an advocacy and communications plan that synchronizes the regional alliance members’ programmes and projects.
• Orient the regional coordinating organisation members on the developed advocacy and communication strategy.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The consultant will work in close coordination with the Access Coalition Regional Coordinating Organisation secretariat team and will be expected to undertake the following tasks:
• Produce an inception report on the development of the advocacy and communications strategy;
• Produce a detailed work plan including outputs and timelines.
• Identify the target audiences (i.e.: line Ministries; funding agencies (eg. World Bank & AFDB), Regional research Institutions, CSOs, CBOs; media; academia circles; Youth and the general public, etc.);
• Identify the communication objectives for each Access Coalition workstream
• Assess the communication capacities of all stakeholders including regional node members;
• Identify the communication products and activities tailored to each audience, using Access Coalition workstream, for each target audience;
• Identify and outline models of communication that can help to amplify Access Coalition workstreams.
• Specify appropriate communication channels, dissemination methods and media such as video, print, web/online media, traditional media, and social media, among others, to effectively communicate key messages to specific stakeholders on Access Coalition workstreams
• Create work plan with clear deliverable outcomes, indicators and tools for the implementation of the advocacy and communication strategy;
• Develop indicators to monitor and evaluate communications tools and activities to measure the impact on achieving Access Coalition Southern Africa Regional Node overall objectives as highlighted in Access Coalition workstreams
• Develop an advocacy and communication strategy to promote the work of Access Coalition in general and the coalition’s Southern Africa Regional activities as guided by the workstreams
• Produce a final report on completion of the work.

Expected Outputs/Deliverables;
1. An inception report on the task to be delivered (3 days after signing of contract)
2. A consultation report based on information provided by the Access Coalition Regional Node coordinating organization and other important stakeholders. (9 Days after signing of Contract)
3. An advocacy and communication strategy that will be helpful in communicating the work of Access Coalition in general and the coalition’s Southern Africa Regional Node. (12 days after signing of contract)

Reporting:
• The Consultant will work under the overall supervision of the coalition’s Southern Africa Regional Node coordinating organisation.
• The consultant will be engaged for a maximum of 12 consecutive days from the day of contract signing.

Competencies:

Corporate:
• Demonstrates integrity by modelling the coalition’s values and ethical standards.
• Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of Access Coalition.
• Displays a good understanding of the coalition’s three working streams.

Functional:
• Strong analytical, negotiation and communication skills, including ability to produce high quality practical advisory reports and knowledge products,
• Professional and/or academic experience in all the three areas of Access Coalition working streams

Project and Resource Management:
• Ability to produce high quality outputs in a timely manner while understanding and anticipating the evolving client needs.
• Strong organisational skills.
• Ability to work independently, produce high quality outputs.

Communications and Advocacy:
• Strong ability to write clearly and convincingly, adapting style and content to different audiences and speak clearly and convincingly.
• Strong analytical, research and writing skills with demonstrated ability to think strategically.
• Strong inter-personal, negotiation and liaison skills.

Partnership building and team work:
• Excellent negotiating and networking skills.
• Demonstrated flexibility to work in a multicultural environment.

Qualifications
The Consultant should prove to have done some work related to the assignment;
1. At least one established advocacy and communications strategy of a similar scale and scope.
2. Similar assignments traceable through verification of an existing national strategy.
3. Experience in working with a team or coalition.

Education and experience:
1. The prospective consultant should have a Masters in Communications Studies, Media Studies or equivalent. Candidates with post graduate qualifications in Renewable Energy, Climate Change and Environment, Public Policy/ Equivalent will be given first preference in the selection process. A PhD in these fields will be an added advantage.
2. The consultant should have proven minimum 5 years’ experience developing organizational communication strategies of a similar set-up, size and scope.
3. Competence in use of digital and social media tools.
4. Consultant should have proven experience and expertise working in or involved in work related to the coalition’s working streams.
5. An appreciation of the advocacy and communication strategy linked to SDG7, SDG 13 and World Bank/AFDB country partnership programs and frameworks will be an added advantage.
Language:
Fluency in English language is required, and an understanding of a local language is desirable.

To apply
If you meet the above criteria send your proposal including budget and three contactable referees to: The Country Programmes Coordinator, 158 Fife Avenue, Greenwood Park, Harare or via email [email protected] cc; [email protected]

We strongly encourage Youth and Women who meet the set criteria to apply.

Action 24 updated their info in the about section. 23/01/2021

Action 24 updated their info in the about section.

Action 24 updated their info in the about section.

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05/11/2019

Methane is a toxic gas to the atmosphere released from mixing wet and dry waste therefore lets seperate waste so as to mitigate global warming..REUSE.RECYCLE

19/09/2019

Do not miss it

Photos from Action 24's post 30/08/2019

Green Discussions at the Zimbabwe Agricultural Show Harare

30/08/2019

GREEN DISCUSSIONS ON RENEWABLE NERGY POLICY AND BIO FUELS POLICY

23/08/2019

ACTION 24 GREEN DISCUSSIONS 😃😃😄 DONT MISS OUT!!!!!!

Photos from Action 24's post 18/07/2019

The future is a make up of what you are doing now .!!!!!!!!!!!

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# GREEN EXPO 2019

Photos from Action 24's post 19/06/2019

Lets take load shedding as an opportunity to invest in renewable energy like solar and biodigesters CHANGE IS REAL

Photos from Action 24's post 17/06/2019

In celebration of world day to combat desertification and drought may we take time to invest in a green world through your community

06/06/2019

treat thursday .Lets switch to energy savers

06/06/2019

energy

Photos from Action 24's post 05/06/2019

Heres to a green world YOU CANNOT REUSE IT ,REFUSE IT!!!!!!!!!

31/05/2019

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT FROM HARARE METROPOLITAN COUNCIL TO PLEASE INFORM THEM IF ONE IS LIVING OR HAS A BUSINESS ON A WET LAND . PANIC AND GO GREEN

Photos from Action 24's post 06/05/2019

initiating the youth to be green ambassodors one believer at a time with the Anglican church youth at Malbereign Shopping centre on 27 april 2019

25/04/2019

Greta Thunberg said climate change is an existential crisis 🧐 Lil Dicky wrote a song ,WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO SAVE THE EARTH?

Zimbabweans unite to help cyclone victims | ZBC News Online 20/03/2019

Zimbabweans unite to help cyclone victims | ZBC News Online

Thank you to all well-wishers who have responded with a loving and giving heart to our brothers and sisters who suffered from the effects of Cyclone Adai.

GNDR

http://www.zbc.co.zw/zimbabweans-unite-to-help-cyclone-victims/

Zimbabweans unite to help cyclone victims | ZBC News Online

Photos from Action 24's post 08/03/2019

Action 24 join UN Women in commemorating and celebrating life of a girl child. Happy Women's Day🍾

Photos from Action 24's post 06/03/2019

Zimbabwe Civil Society Organisations and Private Sector's 24th United Nations Framework on Climate Change Conference Of Parties (COP 24) Outcomes' Feedback Meeting in Pictures.

Climate Change Management DeptUnited Nations Development Programme - UNDPIDBZBusiness Council for Sustainable Development Zimbabwe BCSDZZERO Regional Environment OrganisationGreen and Inclusive EnergyUNICEF ZimbabweKonrad-Adenauer-StiftungPan African Climate Justice AllianceBotswana Climate Change Network

06/03/2019

Finally we are excited to announce the 2019 Green Schools Competitions (due date for applications 20 March 2019)

UNICEF ZimbabweEmbassy of Sweden in HarareClimate Change Management DeptMinistry of Primary and Secondary EducationKubatana

Finally we are excited to announce the 2019 Green Schools Competitions (due date for applications 20 March 2019)

A call is being made for environmental clubs in schools to participate in the 2019 Green Schools Competitions. The Green Schools competition is part of the SIDA funded Unicef ”Green Innovations Hub (GiHUB) program” comprising SNV, Action 24 and Boost Fellowship.

The Green School Competition being coordinated by Action 24 with support from Mukuvisi Woodlands and Environmental Management Agency (EMA) provide funding and technical support to schools to implement the new education curriculum particularly in areas, which promotes practical learning of environmental issues. The project targets and works with environmental clubs with the aim of incubating and stimulating climate action that leads children into living and leading sustainable green lifestyles. Clubs are supported to demonstrate their projects and ideas whilst greening the school. A total maximum of USD2,500.00 will be awarded to 10 winning environmental clubs

The projects that are supported should run for a period of 12 calendar months. These projects could be related (but not limited) to addressing the following:

• Climate Information such as installation and setting up of a weather station at the school
• Renewable Energy such as construction of a mini-biogas digester, installation of solar powered technologies at the school,
• Climate Change such as setting up of greenhouse, adopting Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) practicies at the school, tree planting and nurseries
• Water such as water use efficient, installing water efficient technologies like drip system, promote solar water powered systems, water quality monitoring.
• Waste Management such as intergrated Environmental management application of waste management principles, clean up initiatives
• Cross-cutting such as organising events to commemorate and celebrate national and global calendar events such as World Environment Day, exchange visit trips between or among clubs or club members, organising environmental symposium
You may collect and Submit your application forms through EMA, Action 24 or Mukuvisi Woodlands offices. Or alternatively visit www.action24regional.org/greenschools2019/applicationform

Our Story

WHAT IS THE NAME ACTION 24?

The name Action 24 is a concept which advocates for more Action and less talking all 24 hours of the day. The name just reminds both policy makers of the NEED to get things done and the youth to DEMAND for such action to happen.

ABOUT US
Action 24 is a youth non-Governmental Organization operating in Zimbabwe with long-term goal of expanding into the rest of SADC region. Formation of the organisation was motivated by the need to strength youth participation and inclusion in developmental issues of climate change, sustainable development, energy and environment.

OUR VISION
A24 envisions an active and empowered youth that participates effectively in developmental processes, programs, initiatives and projects both at national and community levels.

OUR MISSION
To create a sustained and enabling environment that will enable empowerment of youths to participate in climate change and sustainable development activities through fostering spaces in projects implementation, capacity building, collaboration, networking, lobbying and advocacy.

OUR AIM
To empower youth and increase their active participation and engagement in planning and implementing of climate change adaptation and mitigation so as to build sustainable socio-ecologic and economic environments.

OUR VALUES
• Action
• Team work
• Innovation
• Transparency

OUR OBJECTIVES
1. To provide a platform where youths could lobby and negotiate on international, continental, regional and national issues related to climate change.
2. To build youth capacity to engage and participate in national climate change adaptation and mitigation activities.
3. To engage the youth in financial mobilization activities so as to support implementation of Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) practices community and household levels.
4. To support youth initiatives and applied innovative researches aimed at creating green jobs as well as sustainable environmental resources management.
5. To promote climate change information generation, dissemination and sharing among youths in a very easy to understand way.

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