Monday 8 July 2024

Zinhle Paints a Plea for Action: Save Our World!


Twelve-year-old Zinhle, from Mangwe district, Zimbabwe, clutches a colouring pencil in her hand, but she is not just drawing, she’s telling a story, weaving a tale of a changing world through vibrant colours and stark realities.

Tuesday 25 June 2024

Supporting Mothers to Fight Malnutrition

SavetheChildren/2024/CynthiaChimbundeThe crisp morning air of Bulilima, Zimbabwe, nips at Siyabonga's cheeks as she hurries down the dusty path, to meet other mothers for their regular meetings. Her 14-month-old daughter sleeps soundly on her back, as she gently sings for her. Motherhood at 19 felt like a whirlwind: the responsibility, the constant questions – Siyabonga often felt lost.

" I didn't know much," she reflects, "things that could have made my child sick."

Tuesday 12 March 2024

Major Development Hub for Local and National NGOs Launched

Harare, Zimbabwe – 12 March 2024 – More than fifty local organisations working to improve the lives of children in Zimbabwe will benefit from capacity strengthening and knowledge sharing under a Development Hub launched by Save the Children.  

Monday 23 October 2023

Empowering Journalists to Advocate for Children's Rights

To promote child rights and foster child-sensitive reporting, Save the Children and the Zimbabwe National Council for the Welfare of Children (ZNCWC) conducted a two-day training workshop in Matabeleland region. The workshop, which brought together 25 dedicated journalists, aimed to raise awareness and equip them with the essential knowledge and skills to report on children's issues while upholding their dignity and rights.

Monday 28 August 2023

Transforming Communities Through Improving Access to Safe and Clean Water

SavetheChildren/2023/CynthiaChimbundeWinnele lives with her seven children and husband, in a remote village nestled within the hot and arid Beitbridge district of Zimbabwe bordering Zimbabwe and South Africa. She knows too well the struggle of not having access to clean water.