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FAMILY AIDS CARING TRUST

Research Knowledge and Managment

  • Eliminating Paediatric AIDS in Zimbabwe

    Elimination of Paediatric AIDS in Zimbabwe (EPAZ) Eliminating of Paediatric AIDS in Zimbabwe which was a four year study which started in 2012 ended in 2016. It was being funded by the World Health Organization. The research was an assessment of the feasibility and acceptability of an integrated model of PMTCT care by providing critical information on the uptake and effectiveness of comprehensive...

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  • CECHLA

    Funded by Centre for Disease Control, the project aims to contribute towards an increase in the uptake of quality services by key populations defined here as people living with HIV, sex workers, disp...

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  • Research and Knowledge Management

    FACT has a comprehensive tracking system to collect, analyse and share intervention experiences and good practices that enhances and improves service delivery in program interventions through its Res...

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  • Research

    FACT is involved in a lot of researches that are led by the Research and Knowledge Management Department. Below are some of the current researches that we have undertaken as an organisation. 1. Evalu...

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  • Gender Challenge Research

    Under the Gender Challenge Initiative, Family AIDS Caring Trust was supported by Research Triangle International to evaluate the impact of its livelihoods programs on the economic status of women in ...

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  • CECHLA

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  • Brown Bag

    Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT and the Collaborating Centre for Operational Research and Evaluation (CCore) under UNICEF are in the course of initiating the Brown Bag Concept in Manicaland Province. ...

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Contact Us


  • Tel:+263 20 66015/61648
  • Address: 2 Aerodrome Road,P.O Box 970
  • Mutare
  • Zimbabwe

Intervention Pillars


  • Health and HIV
    Sustainable Livehoods
  • Research and Knowledge Management
  • Orphans and Vulenrable Children




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