Intersex Community of Zimbabwe (ICoZ) was formed in October 2018. They are raising awareness on intersex reality with social media and live interviews, as well as sensitisation workshops for healthcare professionals. They are also working in having intersex people included in the HIV and AIDS debates, with participation in panels on the topic. They engage in advocacy with UN with a contribution about The Rights of Intersex Women and Girls in Zimbabwe, as an NGO submission for the 75th session of the Pre–Sessional Working Group of Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women. They are also involved in the UPR process in Harare, and participated in the Child Rights Coalition Conference.During covid–19 they created a specific program with donations across their territories, to empower the intersex community (intersex adults and families of intersex children) with skills to make different products such as hand sanitizers, orange juice for vitamine C, soap making, and gardening activities (to promote healthy eating and to help raise funds by selling fresh vegetables). They are also involved in regional meetings and international intersex networks. In 2019, ICoZ was part of a delegate representing the African Intersex Movement (AIM) at the African Commission which traveled to The Gambia to present an information note on The Rights of Intersex Persons in Africa.