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DAPP Zimbabwe Annual Report 2021

We are excited and proud to release our  Development Aid from People to People Report 2021. The report highlights the work and results of our collective efforts as we pursue our mission of implementing the most needed projects, identified through community engagements...

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“The Race to End the TB epidemic Belongs to Everyone”

As Humana People to People and its members mark World Tuberculosis Day, we are spotlighting the work of our Total Control of TB Program. The model delivers health services directly to hard-to-reach people, whether in the cities or rural areas. Part of our programme...

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351 students graduate under the TVET for all program

Ponesai Vanhu Technical College (PVTC) - a Development Aid from people to People DAPP Zimbabwe project in partnership with Chaminuka Training Center (CHAMTEC) and Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ) conferred 351 students with Bindura University recognized...

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PVTC courses receives Bindura University accreditation

Ponesai Vanhu Technical College (PVTC) - a DAPP Zimbabwe project now offers Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE) accredited short term vocational and technical courses. This follows the signing of a teaming agreement between BUSE and DAPP Zimbabwe on the 7th...

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TVET for all -International day of education

DAPP Zimbabwe joins the rest of the world in celebrating International Day of Education running under the theme, “Changing Course, Transforming Education”. The day is celebrated in the wake of Covid -19 which has greatly disrupted the education sector and other...

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DAPP Zimbabwe receives SGS NGO Benchmarking Certificate

We are delighted to share that DAPP ZIMBABWE has received the SGS NGO Benchmarking Certification on 12 December 2021. We owe the endorsement to our commitment to adhering to the highest standards of accountability, transparency, good governance and compliance with...

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Adolescent girls and young women empowerment program

Adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in Zimbabwe are disproportionately affected by HIV due to socio-economic vulnerability, poor access of sexual and reproductive health services, harmful traditional practices, sexual and gender-based violence among other factors....

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