GoFundMe Campaign Started To Help Jailed Activists In Zimbabwe

A GoFundMe campaign has been started by an activist Zimbabwean in the USA, Freeman Chari, to help Zimbabweans that have been jailed following the protest on 14 January 2019.

About 200 individuals are reported to have been arrested on 14 January alone. More were arrested on the 2 days of the stay away that followed. Chari has said that there are currently about 350 that are have been jailed and that some have gone without food since their arrest.

Says the campaign’s message:

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Zimbabwean Citizens declared a mass stayaway from 14-16 January 2019 in protest to the over 250% increase in fuel prices without commensurate safety nets for the people. The government responded with a massive police and military operation that has left people displaced, missing, injured and traumatized. This fund seeks to help those affected get food, medical and shelter  relief during this period.

We have a network of  activists in the country who are taking stock of the situation. We will work with them and other non-governmental organizations to ensure that food & other needs are availed to victims.


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GoFundMe Campaign Started To Help Jailed Activists In Zimbabwe