Who We Are

The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) is a socio-economic justice coalition established in February 2000 to facilitate citizens` involvement in making public policy more pro-people and pro-poor. ZIMCODD views indebtedness, the unfair global trade regime and lack of democratic people-centred economic governance as root causes of the socio-economic crises in Zimbabwe and the world at large. Drawing from community-based livelihood experiences of its membership, ZIMCODD implements programmes aimed at delivering the following objectives:

What We Do

Domestic Resource Mobilisation (DRM)

To advocate for development and operationalisation of policies, laws and systems that facilitate optimum mobilisation of domestic resources for development in Zimbabwe by 2023.

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Public Resource Management (PRM)

To promote prudent, accountable and transparent public resource management in Zimbabwe by 2023.

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Trade Justice and Livelihoods (TJL)

To strengthen the capacity of individuals, organised groups and communities to advocate for trade justice and sustainable livelihoods by 2023.

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Organisational Development (OD)

To contribute towards an efficient and effective ZIMCODD institutional structure by 2023.

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October 2023 Monthly Economic Review
2023 Ideas Festival Bulletin- Gokwe
The Weekend Reader- Citizen’s Aspirations from the 2024 National Budget
An Analysis of the 2023 OAG Report On Value-for-Money Audit of Devolution Funded Projects
The Weekend Reader- 27 October 2023
The Weekly Economic Review- 25 October 2023
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Latest Updates

October 29, 2021

3rd Zimbabwe Annual Multi-Stakeholder Debt Conference Calls for Improved Debt Governance

theme: “Strengthening Debt Governance in Zimbabwe in the context of COVID-19” AFRODAD and ZIMCODD are hosting the Zimbabwe Annual Multi-Stakeholder Debt Conference in Harare from the […]
October 29, 2021

Zimbabwe receives SDR allocation from the IMF

What is an IMF SDR? On August 23, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) undertook a general allocation of Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) of SDR 456 billion […]
September 3, 2021


Today, 3 September 2021, The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) launches the How Far Campaign. In launching this campaign, ZIMCODD is calling on all […]