Frequently Asked Questions

1How do I become a ZIMCODD member?
You can become a member by joining. ZIMCODD membership has four types; Individuals / Community Based Organisation / National Organisation and Regional Organisation, find Membership form at
2How do I participate in ZIMCODD Meetings and Activities?
Follow and receive updates on upcoming events on Twitter: @zimcodd1 and on Facebook: Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development. ZIMCODD offers various capacity building trainings at national and local levels and coordinates groups such as the Social and Economic Justice Ambassadors (SEJA) which you should respond to calls that are made if interested to become part of these groups.
3How can I receive updates and latest news on ZIMCODD activities?
Follow ZIMCODD on Twitter: @zimcodd1 and on Facebook: Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development. Subscribe to receive our weekly newsletter on
4Where is ZIMCODD based?
ZIMCODD`s headquarters are in Harare, with regional offices in Bulawayo. There are committees and livelihoods assemblies in Mutare, Chipinge South (Checheche), Goromonzi, Binga, Gokwe, Gwanda and Matobo.
5I am interested in facilitating ZIMCODD meetings
To facilitate ZIMCODD meetings send your proposal/expression of interest to Also, one can eventually be selected to facilitate various processes by being active in ZIMCODD activities and various platforms it convenes.
6Is ZIMCODD affiliated with a political party/parties?
ZIMCODD is NOT affiliated with any political party. Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) is a socio-economic justice coalition which facilitates citizens` involvement in making public policy more pro-people and pro-poor. Though some of the issues that we tackle can be considered political, ZIMCODD is never partisan.