Read more about the article Zaka CAAT intensifies fight against COVID 19…distributes washable masks at Jerera Growth Point
CAAT chairperson,Rosemary Mubariri distributes washable face masks to community members

Zaka CAAT intensifies fight against COVID 19…distributes washable masks at Jerera Growth Point

As part of mainstreaming peace building within the current fight against COVID 19, a Community Accountability Action Team (CAAT) established by women working with Heal Zimbabwe in Zaka ward 19…

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Read more about the article Survivor of Political Violence Hilton Chironga and Heal Zimbabwe Director Rashid Mahiya win Concourt case compelling Government to implement Section 210 of the constitution.
Hilton Chironga,a survivor of political violence

Survivor of Political Violence Hilton Chironga and Heal Zimbabwe Director Rashid Mahiya win Concourt case compelling Government to implement Section 210 of the constitution.

Heal Zimbabwe welcomes the order by the Constitutional Court on the need for the Ministry of Justice, Home Affairs, Defence and the Government of Zimbabwe to implement Section 210 of…

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Read more about the article Women’s garden in Zaka evolve   into a Safe Space for Women and a platform for dialogue and conflict mediation
CAAT Chairperson, Rosemary Mubariri (centre) pose for a photo with Agricultural Extension Officers

Women’s garden in Zaka evolve into a Safe Space for Women and a platform for dialogue and conflict mediation

Kutatarika Community Accountability Action Team (CAAT), established by women working with Heal Zimbabwe operates a nutritious garden in Zaka Ward 19 which provides local women with a sustainable alternative income…

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Heal Zimbabwe partner, Trinity Project addresses access to documentation in Umguza District.

Through assistance from Heal Zimbabwe, Trinity Project has made strides in addressing access to documentation for orphans and vulnerable children in Umguza district. According to a Baseline study survey on…

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“Traditional leaders too compromised to lead Transitional Justice processes”

Community members have dismissed the notion that Traditional leaders must lead Transitional Justice processes in Zimbabwe. This came out  during a Heal Zimbabwe virtual Transitional Justice Report Launch titled "Transitional…

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Heal Zimbabwe partner, GGZT moves in to address extractives related conflicts in Penhalonga

The presence of natural resources in most local communities has failed to bring fortunes and herald economic development. This is attributable to a series of conflicts emerging from mining companies,…

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CAATs intensify fight against COVID-19 in Masvingo…..refer affected communities for Tele—Counseling

   Community Accountability Action Teams (CAATs) established by women working with Heal Zimbabwe in Zaka, Gutu and Bikita have intensified their fight against COVID-19 by referring affected community members for…

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