Tuesday 6 December 2022

Addressing Child Hunger in Zimbabwe

Hunger affects children's well-being. They cannot grow well, learn or play. This is why Save the Children is assisting smaller holder farmers in Beitbridge and Matobo districts of Zimbabwe to tackle food insecurity in the face of climate change through providing them with drought tolerant seed crops suitable for their areas and knowledge on climate smart farming. All these efforts are to ensure that children have enough healthy food to eat.

Thursday 24 November 2022


For World Children's Day 2022, Country Director for Save the Children-Zimbabwe, Heather Kerr, urges the Zimbabwean community and duty bearers to unite against child abuse and contribute towards building a Zimbabwe where no child is left behind.

Monday 12 September 2022

Save the Children supports Government's Measles Vaccination Blitz

Save the Children is providing the Government with logistical support to conduct supplementary immunization activities in the remote parts of Chimanimani, Binga, Matobo, Beitbridge, Gwanda, Insiza and Kariba districts.

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