Loveness Chenjerai Meet 26-year-old Loveness from Chipinge, a USAID/PEPFAR supported district who through her determination and resilience, has become a role model and an inspiration to other girls and young women in her community as a DREAMS mentor. Loveness completed her Advanced Level Studies in 2014, which she passed with flying colors and had a […]
FACT Zimbabwe, a Christian based national organization working in and through partnerships to improve health and reduce poverty, has noted with concern the alarming spike in child marriages, teenage pregnancies and sexual abuse cases of Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) during this COVID-19 pandemic. Child Marriage and teenage pregnancy infringes and negatively impacts on […]
What is adherence to HIV treatment Adherence to HIV treatment means taking all the medicines that make up your HIV treatment combination in the right quantities, at the right time, as close as possible to the same time each day, following instructions about food and to checking for interactions with other medicines or drugs […]
Tafadzwa Mabiya, is a former DREAMS Ambassador for Mutare District and young mother who rose towards achieving her goals through the DREAMS intervention after she got abandoned by both her father and husband when she fell pregnant. Tafadzwa was enrolled into DREAMS and accessed psycho-social support from Childline, education assistance from FACT, legal support; and […]
The project anchored its work towards achieving three objectives which were as follows: Ensure that women and girls can break the cycle of poverty and violence, build economic alternatives and claim rights over their bodies Promote sustainable agriculture and control over natural resources for people living in poverty Advance the political influence of people living […]
In 2012, FACT’s wing in Nyanga implemented three projects namely: Child Sponsorship Project (CSP) funded by Action Aid International Zimbabwe; Community Gender Empowerment Project (CGEP) funded by OAK Zimbabwe Foundation and Young People We Care (YPWC) Project funded by UNICEF through National AIDS Council of Zimbabwe.