Men embrace gender equality through the S.A.S.A model

Nelson and his wife Nomatter The first phase of the TORCHES (Towards Resilient Communities with Health, Equity, and Safety for all) project is focusing on strengthening male involvement in addressing the marginalization of women facilitating more gender-equitable and equal communities. Action Aid together with its partners Leonard Cheshire Disability, Family AIDS Caring Trust- Zimbabwe (FACT) […]

Youths SRHR and livelihoods interventions

The year 2016 saw FACT receiving additional funding TEAR Netherlands targeting young people 15-24 years in Mutare rural (Ward 16 – Mafararikwa and Ward 17 – Takarwa) and Bikita (Wards 20 and 24). The goal of this project was to improve sexual reproductive health status and livelihood initiatives among young people. The project started in […]