To boost the nation’s preparedness to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Save the Children donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) And Non-Food-items (NFIs) for use at hospitals and quarantine centres in Matobo and Beitbridge districts.
For years, pupils at Nsungwale primary schools had used the makeshift structure as their classroom. Well, it protected them from the sun but one can only guess what happened when it rained or got too cold as the structure had open areas.
Farai (13) counts himself lucky to have survived Cyclone Idai in Ngangu township. Recalling the events on that fateful night and the memories of his friends who perished, he concludes that God saved him for a purpose.
Nine year old Gift (Not real name) from Mahembe Village in Gokwe North is lucky to have survived the Cholera epidemic as he managed to get treatment on time. Gift’s sister, Kudzai told the EHU staff that the family suspected that Gift contracted Cholera when he ate unwashed fruits he had brought at Mbare Fruit and Vegetable Market in Harare.
It was all joy for Norah and her family after she was registered as a beneficiary for the Emergency Mobile Cash Transfer programme which is being implemented by Save the Children Central with funding from Central Seed Fund (CSF). The cash transfer programme aims at mitigating food insecurities among vulnerable households in Binga District, Zimbabwe.
Save the Children International is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales with company number 3732267 and a charity registered in England and Wales with charity number 1076822. Its registered office is St Vincent House, 30 Orange Street, London, WC2H 7HH.