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.

Tuesday 1 August 2023

From Water Crisis to Abundance at Dendele School

SavetheChildren/2023/CynthiaChimbundeIn a remote, arid rural community located in Beitbridge, Zimbabwe, life has taken a remarkable turn for the better for the learners and teachers at Dendele Primary School. For years, the school faced a grave challenge- severe lack of clean and safe water. Like her peers, Flora (12) faced immense challenges due to the lack of access to clean water at her school.

Thursday 1 June 2023

Taking an Innovative Approach towards Improved Public Health in Zimbabwe


Save the Children through financial support from Unilever implemented the Hygiene Behaviour Change Coalition 2 project aiming to contribute to the prevention and mitigation of COVID-19 transmission in Zimbabwe. Among other initiatives, the project strengthened the capacity of health workers to effectively deal with public health emergencies like COVID-19.

Friday 26 May 2023

Climate Resilient Farming Gives Communities Hope Amidst the Climate Crisis

After bending her back in the field for hours trying to grow food to feed her children and only to harvest little to nothing, Precious became hopeless.

“I have been harvesting barely anything for the past years due to little rainfall and very hot temperatures leaving all my crops wilted. I would worry about providing enough food for my children,”says Precious.