Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa

Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa


Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa is an experienced social justice and development practitioner from Zimbabwe. Studied Public Administration at the University of Zimbabwe. A youth leader who plays a significant role in educating and capacitating grassroots communities, youth activists, students and their constituencies to participate in governance and development processes and is currently Programs Advisor with Students and Academics International Assistance Fund (SAIH) in Norway.  Archlove is a Mandela Institute for Development Studies fellow, a Canvassity Pan African Youth Democracy Fellow, a Women Deliver Young Leader and a Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) fellow. He is also a Peace Coach and Peace Architect with the World Peace Initiative Foundation under the Peace Revolution project. Archlove acknowledges the challenges that relates to economic status, geograghy, age and gender dynamics when it comes to full participation in economic, electoral, governance and accountability processes for all, thus values International development and solidarity in achieving modern Democracy and the protection of human dignity.


Development must be reflective of the societies in which it is being implemented. Inclusive Global/Internationl development is incomplete without two opposite but complementing ends: Grassroots participation and International Development Coorperation. Global development must be grassroot oriented to achieve a just society in which people live decently in peace and harmony. Education should be primary in achieving this.


How can we bring Menstrual health rights issues higher up the agenda without leaving out other human rights?

The recent years has seen a wave of support for the promotion of gender equality and the protection of women and girls rising gain momentum. The birth of SDGs has further provided a multi sectoral approach to the global development agenda, with governments, civil society and private sector eager to play a role in the […]

Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa | April 30, 2019


Africa: Youthful Population and Natural Resources in Abundance

Sub-Saharan Africa today faces an unprecedented opportunity. Half of the population is under 25 years of age. Each year between 2015 and 2035, there will be half a million more 15-year-olds than the year before. In as much as this is an opportunity, it also comes with responsibility on the part of governments in ensuring […]

Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa | April 22, 2019


Gender Equality: An Opportunity to Complement not to Compete

The wave of equality is significantly growing worldwide. Historically, the equality gap has been visible but never discussed, with men occupying influential positions in society whilst women were confined to peripheral roles in the socioeconomic spectrum. While there will always be biological differences between women and men, equality of choice, opportunities and participation is never […]

Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa | March 7, 2019


Quality Education: An Important Cog for Sustainable Global development

It is true that quality education is one of the important ways of creating a progressive and adaptive society to change and development. In the modern-day world, the narrative to access to education is linked to a complex combination of interrelated life facets, providing the much-needed hype to invest in education and the empowerment of […]

Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa | February 18, 2019


Family: The focal point of primary socialization, equality and the protection of children

Children remain an important cog for the development of any country and their upkeep is vital for internal growth and global competitiveness. It is from this background that every progressive and futuristic polity invest and work tirelessly to empower and protect its children. One of the fundamental issues that have been overlooked in the recent […]

Archlove Takunda Tanyanyiwa | December 13, 2018