More than 40 international delegates are in the country for the Junior Chamber International (JCI) presidents meeting, which Zimbabwe is hosting for the first.
African and Middle East members of JCI are deliberating on issues of transforming community challenges into opportunities for empowerment, development and sustainable development.
JCI President, Marc Brian Lim said the organisation intends to achieve sustainable development goals and commended the projects done by the team in Zimbabwe to solve challenges being faced in the country.
JCI Zimbabwe President, Dr Xolani Ndlovu said it is a great honour hosting the delegation, and as part of efforts to foster development goals, they have engaged in a project to rehabilitate Greenwood Park in Harare.
Meanwhile, as part of efforts to combat the effects of climate change, the team planted trees and installed bins at Greenwood Park yesterday.
A voter registration programme was also rolled out in order to encourage youths to vote in the coming elections and thus ensuring youth participation in the development of the country.