Smallholder Poultry Project for vulnerable youth in Zaka district


The smallholder poultry project is funded by the Embassy of the United States of America through PEPFAR. The project aims to build economic resilience for 70 youth (70% females and 30% males) aged 15-30 years through small-value chain chicken production integrated with Internal Savings and Lending (ISALs). The long term goal is to reduce HIV incidence in Zaka district through economic resilience building. When youth particularly Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) have their own income, they will have agency to negotiate for safer sex, escape child marriages and avoid sex work, decreasing the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Power to HER


“Power to her” is a self-funded project being implemented in Zaka district to support the girl child to have equitable access to education through provision of school stationery, tuition and examination fees. It also supports girls with access to sanitary products, fighting against period poverty to ensure that girls are not excluded from classes during their menstruation. This is an ongoing initiative, and we aim to build a just and equitable society where the right to education for the girl child is fulfilled. If her right to education is fulfilled, she will have power and skills to participate equally in all life opportunities – promoting gender equality.

Online Life Skills Training Project (OLSTP)


OLSTP aims to train youth in soft and life-coping skills. It targets youth across Zimbabwe University and College Institutions looking for internships or work-related learning. In cohorts of 50 trainees, they receive training in Curriculum Vitae, Cover letter and interview preparation integrated with stress management, goal setting and Comprehensive Sexually Education (CSE) for a duration of 7 days (10 hours). CSE is integrated to empower youth particularly AGYW with the skills and knowledge needed for them to make informed SRHR choices during their search of internships or work-related learning.

Adolescent Girls and Young Women Access (AGYWA)


AGYWA project seeks to contribute to reduced maternal and infant mortality rate in 34 wards of Zaka district. Key strategies include: Improving access to gender sensitive SRHR services, empowering AGYW with the knowledge and skills to demand voice, choice and control through delivering Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and creation of enabling environment. The project targets AGYW aged 10-24 years in hard to reach communities of Zaka district.

Direct Address

Stand 201
Jerera, Zaka
Masvingo Province



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