I apologise for sending this late. I am looking forward to hearing your suggestions and comments. Find beloow two women I would like to interview: Mildred Sandi, a woman who wears many hats. She is a mother, an activist, a human rights defender, director of DP Foundation, an NGO based in Bulawayo that seeks to address the needs of those below the poverty level in Bulawayo and the board chairperson for the National Association for Non-Governmental Organisations (NANGO). Mildred Sandi is actively involved in rebuilding a better Zimbabwe that recognises and upholds human rights including the rights of women and children. This call was reiterated by the civic society who discussed three thematic areas to enable NANGO to develop a National Healing and Reconciliation paper. The National Healing and Reconciliation process is important for Zimbabwe to heal and build a democratic nation. Currently, many Zimbabweans leave in fear and many are traumatized. The fear and trauma dates back to post independence era. The unresolved conflicts have bred a culture of violence from generation to generation. The most affected are women, children and minority groups. I would also like to interview Febie Chuma, a teacher, a pastor and founder of Noah’s Ark Ministries. Febie Chuma has turned her home into a pre-school, a day-care centre that serves orphans and vulnerable children in Queens Park East in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and a meeting place for spiritual growth. Many women who are HIV positive find their way to her home where she provides counselling to HIV positive women. Her goal is to reduce the devastating impact of HIV in Bulawayo. She talks about stigma and discrimination within the church and how it has affected the lives of women. Febie also encourages women to be financially independent to enable them to make their own choices and to have control over their bodies. Many women in Zimbabwe depend on their husbands. As such they are treated like children and they have no control over their bodies and cannot negotiate safe sex. Many also experience domestic violence which goes unreported due to fear and cultural beliefs.