Welcome to DAPP Zimbabwe

Development Aid from People to People Zimbabwe is proud to celebrate 44 years of active involvement in the establishment of long-term development projects in Zimbabwe.

Farmers Clubs Project

This project aims to empower the small scale farmers to become food secure by building their capacity with knowledge and skills on modern methods of farming which includes conservation agriculture and agro forestry.

Our Projects

DAPP has a wide range of programs: ranging from projects which provide people with knowledge about the prevention of diseases such as HIV (Hope) to projects to improve the living conditions of children (Child Aid)

Child Aid

Families are brought together to address a range of community development issues, including health and sanitation, income generation, education, district development, environmental awareness and greater opportunities for children.

Hope Bindura

Hope Bindura works to reduce the rate of transmission of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases targeting the entire community taking note of the different age groups and their needs. Hope encourages the community...

Farmers Clubs

The objective is to empower the small scale farmers to become food secure by building their capacity with knowledge and skills on modern methods of farming which includes conservation agriculture and agro forestry.

Enhancing Africa’s Early Childhood Education to break intergenerational cycles of inequality

The population of African children is projected to reach 1 billion by 2055, making Africa the continent with the largest number of children. This denotes how critical it is to invest in Early-Childhood Education (ECE) to achieve Africa’s development agenda. This...

The Launch of Farmers’ Clubs Chivi Film: Building Community Resilience Against Climate Change Impact

As we mark the World Environment Day, we are excited and proud to announce the release of our film: Building Community Resilience Against Climate Change Impact. The film is based on one of our members, DAPP Zimbabwe’s Farmers' Clubs Chivi project showing our...

ADDRESSING PERIOD POVERTY CHALLENGES

As the world commemorates Menstrual Hygiene Day DAPP believes that promoting menstrual health and hygiene safeguards women’s dignity, privacy, bodily integrity and self-efficacy.  However, in Zimbabwe more than 3 million women and girls menstruate and the majority of...

DAPP ZIMBABWE JOINS THE NATIONAL ANTI-VELD FIRE CAMPAIGN

Recognizing how veld-fires take a toll on communities and the environment, destroying trees, animals, infrastructure and in some cases killing people, DAPP Zimbabwe has initiated intensive actions within its programs to fight this deadly scourge. DAPP Zimbabwe...

DAPP CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FAMILIES

DAPP CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FAMILIES On May 14, DAPP Zimbabwe participated in the International Day of Families commemorations in Dotito, Mashonaland Central Province. Senator Monica Mutsvangwa, Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium...

DAPP Zimbabwe 2023 Annual Progress Report, detailed version

We are pleased to present our 2023 Annual Progress Report, detailed versionhttps://dapp-zimbabwe.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/312/2024/05/Annual-Report-2023-web-version-compressed.pdf. This report highlights our combined efforts in improving people's lives in...