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Sunday 24 July 2022

Empowering Youth for a Brighter Future

Under the "Tomorrow is Brighter" project, 40 groups of youths consisting of 10 members each were trained by specialized trainers and given start up kits to help them start income generating projects varying from garment construction, poultry production, welding, hairdressing and beauty therapy. The initiative aims to reduce illegal and unsafe migration of young people to other countries in search for greener pastures, diversify and enhance income for rural households and mitigate effects of COVID-19 on youth employment.

Sunday 24 July 2022

DAC2022: Raising Voices against Child Injustices

“No to Child labor! No to virginity testing! No to child marriages!” Children chanted as they marched in the streets of Hatcliffe, a high-density suburb located in Harare.

 No one below 18  years should get married or marry

Thursday 2 December 2021

Building Secure Livelihoods for Families through Poultry Projects

Thanks to Save the Children’s poultry distribution initiative, Pauline is now a proud poultry owner. She received twenty Sasso chickens- a dual-purpose chicken breed that can be kept for both meat and eggs.

Tuesday 23 November 2021

Turning to Climate Smart Agriculture to Outsmart Climate Change

As the world grapples with the impacts of climate change and seeks sustainable solutions to mitigating them, Save the Children in partnership with ICRISAT is scaling up climate smart agriculture in Matobo and Beitbridge districts located in the driest southern regions of Zimbabwe. The initiative is being implemented under the Stepping-up Post-Emergency Recovery and Resilience to Empower Vulnerable Communities in Zimbabwe (SUPER-EVC) project funded by European Union.

Thursday 7 October 2021

Enhancing Household Resilience through Provision of Poultry and Small Ruminants

Save the Children recently distributed poultry and goats to households in Beitbridge and Matobo districts in an effort to empower vulnerable families and make it possible for them to generate income through business-focused projects.

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