Community Free from Age Restrictions

Transitioning young people. Transforming communities.
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WHAT WE DO

COMFAR empowers young people through investing in their education, health, livelihood, equality and promoting their rights.

Our Initiatives

Girl-Keepers Campaign

We aim to see all young people reach their full potential. We invest in their education so that they can acquire useful skills to transform their lives, families and societies. Education benefits come in abundance, it also fosters values, attitudes and behaviours that make it possible for individuals with diverse backgrounds to live together in heterogeneous societies.

Dropout Reduction Project

ComFAR assist girls to stay in school until they complete at least their ordinary level. It also aims to make school environment conducive to girls learning through providing girl-friendly sanitation supplies at schools to support girls needs during menstruation.

Initiatives

Locations

Youths reached

ComFAR’s initiative to assist idle young people roaming in our streets is going to transform our community in a positive way. We are confident that our partnership with ComFAR will help young people reach their full potential.

-Pastor Tamson (Shamva Pastors Fratenity)

ComFAR is supporting my efforts to send vulnerable children to school. Their support is making my efforts more sustainable.

-Doctor W Mazhambe

I assist school dropouts to go back to school. ComFAR has assisted me by hosting a fundraising gospel shows.

-Luke Chadereka (Shamva Resident)

Recent Events

ComFAR celebrates Africa day in Style

Community Free From Age Restriction (ComFAR) celebrated African day by co-hosting various activities at Elephant High school in Harare. As part of its effort to achieve gender parity, it co-hosted various activities such as poetry, drama and presentations focusing on...

Girl-keepers campaign @ Vista Vision College

As part of our campaign, we visited Vista Vision College in Harare to conduct an awareness training on violence against girls.  The session created a participatory learning experience in which both boys and girls were able to teach each other through experience...

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If you have questions, want to be involved in our work, and or share your feedback, we would love to hear from you.

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