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“For social and economic development and democracy to endure, the active participation and representation of young and old generations are required in Africa and the rest of Zimbabwe. To promote the inclusive participation of all generations in national development, Intergenerational Dialogue Zimbabwe started an initiative to develop modalities for an intergenerational dialogue to address the participation deficit between generations in Zimbabwe with the desired impact being achieving parity between the youth in Zimbabwe and the older generations in terms of participation in national processes by 2023 through dialogue and awareness.”
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