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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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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Heal Zimbabwe partner, WERDIT fights illegal evictions in Wedza…..rallies Communities to challenge evictions in Court.

In pursuit of Section 74 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe that provides for Freedom from Arbitrary Evictions, Heal Zimbabwe partner, Wedza Residents Development Initiative Trust (WERDIT), a Community Based Organisation…

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Heal Zimbabwe partner, Lupane Youth for Development moves to end natural resource conflicts in Lupane

Conflicts over access and control of natural resources in Africa has eroded social cohesion and transformed local communities into zones of lawlessness and impunity. A case in point was the…

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“We are reporting all returnees to Traditional leaders and police to minimize the spread of COVID 19”

As part of minimizing the spread of  corona virus, Community members from Bikita are working hand in glove with Community Watch Committees (CWCs) established by communities working with Heal Zimbabwe…

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Traditional leaders not doing much to help in the fight against GBV

Women in Gutu have expressed concern over the reluctance by some Traditional leaders in the area to help in the fight against Gender Based Violence (GBV).This was revealed during a…

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