application/pdfFirst a Migrant, then a Child ReportThis report provides a comprehensive analysis of the current laws and policies governing child migrant protection across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to inform Save the Children’s Regional Programme Units’ regional-level advocacy strategy for migrant and refugee children and youth. With a focus on migrant child rights and child protection in six key SADC Member states: Botswana, Eswatini, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe the review highlights the main policy gaps, both in formulation and implementation, preventing SADC from effectively meeting the objectives of key international and regional policy. 08/07/202410MB
application/pdfFactsheet: SC Zimbabwe Country OfficeLearn more about our work in Zimbabwe.08/05/2023398KB
application/pdfClimate Change Assessment SummarySave the Children Zimbabwe (SC) has been promoting the adoption of climate-resilient agriculture in vulnerable districts including Beitbridge, Binga, Kariba, and Matobo, for over five years. As the long-term impact of climate change becomes clearer, with increasingly irregular weather patterns regularly affecting harvests, SC sought to establish communities’ perception of climate change and their capacity to adapt; to identify barriers to adoption of climate-smart agricultural techniques; and to assess food insecurity and its impacts.08/05/2023988KB
application/pdfZimbabwe Country Strategic Plan 2022-24 BookletSave the Children Zimbabwe has a new strategic plan – spanning 2022-2024. We aim to inspire three specific breakthroughs for children: • SURVIVE: No child dies from preventable causes before their fifth birthday • LEARN: All children learn from a quality basic education • BE PROTECTED: Violence against children is no longer tolerated To ensure that all children survive, learn and are protected, we will focus on reaching the most deprived and marginalised children, who are too often excluded due to poverty, geographical location, gender, ethnicity or disability. We will do whatever it takes to ensure we leave no child behind. The Country Strategic Plan 2022-24 booklet highlights how we will achieve this. 08/05/202313MB
application/pdfSC Zim Garden Trust Project BriefRead how, Save the Children in Zimbabwe (SC) and The Garden Trust’s integrated Food Security, Nutrition, Health, and Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) program reached over 50,000 children and their communities in Binga and Kariba districts, increasing food and nutrition security, improving hygiene and Infant & Young Child Feeding practices (IYCF), and increasing access to health services, clean water, and sanitation between 2013 and 2022.04/03/2023541KB
application/pdfThe Coca-Cola Foundation Projects HandoverAt a ceremony on 27 September 2022, Save the Children and The Coca Cola Foundation handed over the successful Institutional WASH for Health Initiative and Tomorrow is Brighter projects to the Government and Community. 10/11/2022677KB
application/pdfACRWC Booklet- Child Friendly VersionThis document is created with children and for children to help them learn about their rights and responsibilities as African children.22/06/202219MB
application/pdfThe Hidden Impact of COVID-19Save the Children has carried out a global study to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted children’s health, nutrition, learning, wellbeing, protection, family finances, and poverty - and to identify the needs of children and their families. The research was implemented in 46 countries with 31,683 parents and caregivers and 13,477 children aged between 11 and 17. This brief summarizes the key findings of the impact of COVID-19 on children in urban areas.03/02/20212MB
application/pdfImpacts of Covid-19 on African ChildrenA comprehensive report by Save the Children outlining the impacts of Covid-19 on children in Africa. 08/06/20202MB
application/pdfA Call to Action: Prioritise Children in Covid-19 responseA press statement issued by Save the Children Zimbabwe calling in the Government of Zimbabwe to prioritise children in the Covid-19 response.14/05/2020322KB
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