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Kufunda Village

P.O. Box 963, Harare

+263 777 627 352

Hosting learning and leadership into vibrant healthy communities in Zimbabwe and beyond

Upcoming Events


We often have some kind of workshop or programme happening at Kufunda. Find the up-coming ones below. We also do tailor made workshops, which can be held at our village or your own workplace or community. Please                        for more information. 

Young Women Are Medicine

Module 1: July 7-14

All Africa Anthroposophic Training 

August 27-Sept 3, 2019

Welcome to our two module immersion into the medicine of women. This is a programme where together we return to the grace, the power and the pride in what it means to be a woman today. Connected to the Women are Medicine retreat, this is a programme to make the most of the gifts and strengths of women in Zimbabwe today. Our core assumption is that women are not a 'problem to be solved', but a gift to be embraced, and so we navigate the territory of the many challenges facing young women today from a place of discovering and recovering the innate strength and capacity that resides in each one - to be able to return more equipped to face those challenges from a place of calm confidence. 

The All African Anthroposophic Training is a five module anthroposophic training for the African continent.


It brings general teachings and development from Anthroposophy to participants from across Africa who have an interest in human development. More detailed workshop streams can be chosen by each participant where they wish to deepen their knowledge.


The training will include offerings in the following areas:  Anthrophosophic medicine, biodynamic farming, child development, ethical business, and Waldorf education.


The training is enabled and supported by highly skilled leaders in each of these fields. Each year the All African Anthroposophic Training will take place in a different African country to support the development of a growing network of people committed to human and social development. The first AAAT took place in Kenya and this, the second one, is happening in Zimbabwe.

Go Deep Training 

October 2019 

Dates to be Confirmed 

Go Deep Kufunda is a 7 day intensive learning program with several stakeholders in and around the Kufunda village to experience the unique way of approaching community transformation using the Go Deep Game while being in a practical community project together. The project will be building a rammed earth classroom for the Kufunda Village School. The days will alternate between this practical work, and the Go Deep process of different community building practices.  


The program will take place from 20 to 28th of august 2018 in the Kufunda Learning Village, hosted by Niels Koldewijn of Elos and Admire Gwatidzo with the Kufunda team. The program will be a full-time intensive, filled with group activities and in direct interaction with the community. The participants will be a group of 30 people include village members, members of the youth-group, members of the women-group, teachers and parents of the school and leaders of neighbouring communities where the Oasis Game had taken place before.

The Art of Hosting Peace and Reconciliation

A platform to practice how to host peace and healing

November 27-29, 2019

In Zimbabwe being in the community is an essential part of our social well- being and is strongly related to our history. We believe in the strength and energy that arises when we come together as people. But the challenges faced in our lives today often push us to unsustainable solutions for ourselves, our children and our environment. We lose the sense of working together, trying instead to use each other for personal benefits.

What would it take for us to come together in an appreciative participatory approach to uplift ourselves together as a community instead of just trying to uplift ourselves as individuals?

We invite people from all walks of life to come together and explore participatory practices that can support us to appreciate who and what we are.