Mary & Jonah Gokova have decades of experience working for economic development, peace and social justice. They have strong ties to civil society and faith-based organizations.
Their Total Sensitivity programme provides opportunities for people with very different experiences to learn and grow by getting to know each other. This Zimbabwe-based program offers services to visitors, students, and workers as well as faith-based, gender and socio-economic justice groups who want to broaden their cultural experience.
Mary and Jonah can organize a custom program based on your group’s needs and interests.
Why Total Sensitivity?
Total Sensitivity gives individuals and families an opportunity to meet, interact and learn from each other. Learning and building relations in this global village calls for sensitivity and compassion. Whether you are on a learning expedition, touring or embarking on your assignment to work in Zimbabwe, Total Sensitivity provides a friendly guide and tour to ground you in the Zimbabwean reality suggesting principles and approaches applicable to your mission.
Fully staffed bed and breakfast
Up to 12 people
Visits to civil society and development organizations
Time with your local counterparts
The approach involves experience-based learning opportunities designed to meet needs of individuals or groups. We can host groups of up to 12 people at a time.
We bonded around humor and music,” Ancel Camacho explained, “but also around the conversations we had about culture, gender rights and other issues.”
Total Sensitivity makes a professionally administered programme to meet your needs. Should you have free time and want to unwind or see a bit more of Zimbabwe, arrangements can be made to take you there.