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FACT's Journey

FACT has rapidly transformed itself to be a broad community centred and supported organisation. Read More

FAMILY AIDS CARING TRUST (FACT), is a Christian national development Non Governmental Organisation based in Mutare, Zimbabwe. It implements sustainable development initiatives to improve people's livelihood, Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), HIV Prevention, HIV and AIDS care and support as well as health activities that complement Ministry of Health and Child Welfare. Established in 1987, FACT is the country's first AIDS service organization (WO 17/89). FACT implements projects through partnering with communities and other players in development and public health.

What we strive for!
FACT strives to be a renowned and result focused organisation that facilitates sustainable development community programmes to:
  • Improve people's livelihoods;
  • Complementing Ministry of Health and Child Welfare in delivering primary health;
  • Reduce new HIV incidences; and
  • Mitigate the impact of HIV and AIDS.
FACT's implementation strategy is to partner with local, regional and international communities to provide holistic quality care and support. It does so through implementing sustainable development interventions, mobilising grassroots communities to participate in HIV prevention and care activities, providing training and capacity building of emerging CBOs and other NGOs.
A look at new programs partnering FACT
The Vana Bantwana Project
The Border Project

FACT Consortium is implementing the Vana-Bantwana Schools Integrated Programme in Manicaland, Masvingo, Mashonaland East and Midlands Provinces of Zimbabwe targeting 39,000 Orphans and vulnerable children.

Program services include School health assessments, CD listening on child rights and child participation, educational support, Life skills, Sexual Reproductive Health, and economic strengthening activities. Read more on VB Project.

The Border Project under the SADC HIV and AIDS Cross Border Initiative aspires to advance the coherence and effectiveness of the regional response to HIV and AIDS to the mobile populations in order to reduce HIV infections in the SADC region and mitigate the impact of HIV and AIDS on mobile populations and affected communities across member states. Read more on the Border Project.