We are so thankful for everybody who has come together to support us. We couldn’t have put this project together without the help of all of these different people, companies, and organizations. Every single group who has agreed to participate in this initiative has strengthened the message that everybody deserves access to safe sex, and we can all work together to create a world where that is possible. We have been inspired by the generosity displayed by these people and they have pushed us to keep working hard on our initiative!


Jamie Drumwright, owner and creater of the online Etsy shop, Destination Handmade will be providing each of our participants with a beautiful, handmade condom carrying case. We are very excited to include these in our reproductive health care packages that we will be giving to our participants at the beginning of our workshops in order to show how important and beautiful reproductive and sexual health is. Ms. Drumwright has been selling through Etsy since 2009 and her products have been featured on BuzzFeed for their contribution to both travel, and contraceptive carry. Her products are available both retail and wholesale. She is excited to be part of this project and we are so thankful and excited for her contribution! (Check out her awesome handmade travel and carry products here!)


The Female Health Company has made their entire training manual and many information resources available to us which has greatly assisted us in creating our workshop agendas and lesson plans.

Ansell has generously supplied us with a large collection of Lifestyles condoms which we will include in reproductive health care packages for our participants. We are thankful for Ansell’s generosity in supplying so many condoms to help destigmatize the use and purchase of these health products.


Melisa Hacimic Ljubovic has been our graphic designer, helping us create all of the documents we need to help share our project with our community! She is experienced in working with this type of project and we are so willing for the time she has given to us. Check out Mel’s artwork here. If you are interested in contacting her, please email her at monetyasei(at)

Erick Coronel is one of our friends at St. John’s College and he created the Supergirl graphic, one of the very first things that made this project feel alive. We are thankful for his early support and excitement!

Shawn Watts has been working with us to help manage our project. As an experienced contributor he has worked hard to help us learn how exactly to make our goals for this initiative become tangible.

Dr. Gregory Schneider of Project Treehouse has been working closely with us as our fiscal sponsor. We are so thankful for his willingness to answer all of our financial questions and donate his time to us.



Sally Women’s Institute

Supergirl representative: Winnie Moyo

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We have been so honored to be collaborating with the amazing women of Sally Women’s Institute. The Matebeleland Region Chapter Chairperson of the Institute-the lovely and inspiring Winnie Moyo gave an empowering speech to our girls in Bulawayo.

Read more here.




Supergirl representative: Angeline Musasa

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Read more about Musasa here.

Hope Alive Child Network

Supergirl representative: Patience Dube

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Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe

Supergirl representative: Marvellous Socks

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Read more about them here.


My Age Zimbabwe Trust

Supergirl representative: Talent Midzi

Projects Officer

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Read more here.



Beepa Catering & Decor Services

Beatrice was like a Zimbabwean mother to us, an ever-smiling persona cooking such delicious meals. She has made our workshops full of joy and our bellies stuffed with jummy traditional African food.

To hire Beatrice contact her at

Lynette Manzini


Soneni Gwizi

Ah, Soneni! We have had so much fun with her.

A speaker, multiple media award winner, radio broadcaster, disability media facilitator, activist, social media lover and an agent of change.

For more information visit Soneni’s facebook & twitter accounts.

Email her at


Rindai Chekerwa

Rindai is the Program Director at InHuman Trade. IHT is an organization that is made up of people that are passionate about contributing to, and seeing an end to all forms of modern day slavery. They are geared to provide awareness raising and build capacity on human trafficking.

Read more about Rindai and IHT here.