This is an audio visual story about the #CatchThemYoung Spotlight campaign which is led by the Mashonaland Central Consortium under the Spotlight Initiative. The campaign was initiated by the Innovators Against Gender-based Violence working under the Mashonaland Central Consortium. Members of the Consortium include Lower Guruve Development Association, Farmers’ Association of Community self-Help Investment Groups(FACHIG) Trust and the Civic Forum on Human Development. The campaign thrives on edutainment in the fight to end child marriages and Gender-based Violence. The Innovators Against Gender-based Violence (IAG) programme is an experiential leadership development programme which harnesses the talents, energy and creativity of youth volunteers (IAGs) to build a movement for gender equality and for the elimination of violence against women and girls at the community level. The programme was launched in October 2019 and it is an innovation within the Zimbabwe Spotlight Country Programme. Supported and trained by one of the Spotlight agencies, UN Women, the youth volunteers (IAGs) work closely with Implementing Partners in five Spotlight Provinces (Mashonaland West; Matebeleland South; Mashonaland Central; Manicaland and Harare). There are currently 38 IAGs under three broad categories namely programmes, administration and research. The Spotlight Initiative was initiated by the European Union and the United Nations.