Welcome to DAPP Zimbabwe

Development Aid from People to People Zimbabwe is proud to celebrate 38 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 the 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

Hope Zimbabwe 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.

1000 households in Cyclone Idai areas receive food assistance

1000 vulnerable households from the Cyclone Idai affected areas received food aid under the CISU/DERF Humanitarian intervention to Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe Chimanimani Emergency program. Speaking at the hand over event at  Chiyamiti community centre, DAPP Zimbabwe...

Emergency program for Cyclone IDAI affected Chimanimani

In response to the devastating effects Cyclone Idai, Development Aid from People to People Zimbabwe and UFF Denmark have started an emergency response program to assist 4000 people access safe water and sanitary facilities as well as emergency food assistance. The 4...

Garden farming improves family health

Green leafy vegetables provide essential vitamins and minerals that are important for a healthy diet. Garden Farming in Makoni has been doing just that. Families involved in the GAIA funded Farmers clubs program have been able to address food insecurity and improve...

The benefits of firewood saving stoves

Mirriam Kwambana 47 lives in Mutasa district with her family. Like many rural families she used an open fire for her daily cooking activities. The process was both time consuming and had negative effects on her and her family’s respiratory health. After learning the...

Youth with disabilities program launched

DAPP Zimbabwe and Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe officially launched the European Union funded Youth Actions on implementation and monitoring of disability rights in Zimbabwe program. The launch event, attended by high level dignitaries set the tone for the work...

“Trio system” re-enforces TB drug adherence

My name is Syprain Muzenya and I am a field officer working with TC-TB integrated program covering the Urban area of Makoni District . Through the TB program, I found that actively supporting people who test positive for Tuberculosis goes a long way in ensuring that...