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Information centre introduces a new era
Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre and Network (ZWRCN)
January 18, 2011

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The Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre and Network (ZWRCN) is an information based feminist organisation with a focus on building knowledge and promoting gender equality and women's rights at all levels. It does this through collection, analysis, processing and dissemination of information.

It has an Information Centre which houses gender and development information. It also has always provided the following products and services for its users:

  • Reading materials (books, journals, newspapers, newspapers clippings among others.)
  • Study space
  • Audio-visual materials (DVDs, CDs and CD-ROMs)
  • Photocopying services.
  • Reference services

Internet Café

ZWRCN is moving on with technology to boost information access. It now has an Internet Café which is up and running. The Internet Café's main objective is to enhance information access through modern technologies. The Internet also serves to facilitate research and communication.

Internet Café opening hours:

Monday-Thursday 0830-1600
Friday 0830-1200
Lunchtime Closed between 1300 and 1400
Weekends and Public Holidays Closed

It is only $1 for an hour. The Internet Café is located at the ZWRCN information Centre: 171 Fife Avenue/7th Street, Harare.

New Acquisitions

The Information Centre has acquired new resources to add on to its collection of gender and development resources. These resources are accessed at the ZWRCN Information Centre located at 171 Fife Avenue/7th Street, Harare.

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