Tuesday 5 September 2017
Save the Children Zimbabwe hosted the regional Knowledge Exchange and Learning conference on unaccompanied migrant children, in Beitbridge town from 28 to 30 August 2017. The conference which was aimed at sharing and learning from country experiences in promoting the protection of separated and unaccompanied migrant children was attended by 38 representatives from countries in the Southern Africa region
Monday 17 July 2017
Harare: Members of the police force's Victim Friendly Unit went through some training on Online Safety for Childrent and the role of the police in the keeping children safe online. The three day training was jointly organized by Save the Children and the Zimbabwe Republic Police.
Monday 8 May 2017
I dropped out of school in form 2 and got married at the age of 17. My husband and I now have two children and providing for them is a daily struggle. I regret getting into marriage at a young age and I urge all young girls not to rush into marriage, but to focus on their education.
Monday 24 April 2017
Save the Children's Zimbabwe programme is working with schools, children and parents in a project aimed at ensuring children remain safe whenever they go online. Everyone is uniting for the safety of the child.
Thursday 17 November 2016
Chimhanda Primary School in Rushinga District, which is one of Save the Children’s partner schools in the education program’s I’m Learning project, has received the Ministry of primary and Secondary Education Secretary's Merit Award. The Award is given by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education annually to one primary and one secondary school in each province, which would have performed exceptionally well in academic work. Chimhanda Primary School received a belated award after coming first out of 694 schools in the Mashonaland Central province in the year 2014.