Health and HIV
The department aims to reduce the number of new HIV infections in Zimbabwe. Such efforts are made possible through improved access to clinical and psychosocial services for those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS. General focus is on the entire population; however, specific emphasis is on the marginalized populations. The main focus is on prevention of HIV transmission by promoting behavioural, cultural and social change. Some of the services rendered under this department include risk reduction skills, counselling, condom distribution, skills-building, HIV and STI screening and treatment, HIV care and treatment, nutritional advice and lifestyle management, and post-psychosocial support. In 2012, the above mentioned services were delivered to grassroots constituencies through the following projects:
• Churches and Community Strengthening
• HIV Testing, Counselling and Post Test Support (New Start)
• Road Wellness Clinic (The Border Project)
Nyanga Local Rights Programme
The current strategy for the Nyanga Local Rights Program was developed in 2014 through consultative meetings with community members focusing on reduction of identified challenges which were gender based violence, teenage pregnancies and child marriages. The program is funded by ACTIONAID INTERNATIONAL ZIMBABWE (AAIZ) targeting women, girls, men, boys and traditional leaders in wards 4, 6, 7, 15, ...
CEDAR continues supporting a program entitled “Empowering children and families infected and affected by HIV” which started in 2004. The program aims at empowering children infected and affected by H...
Mutare Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) Clinic (Treatment and Care Program) With funding from USAID through PSI, Mutare ART Clinic continued providing services in 2016 with an ultimate goal of preventin...
Strengthening HIV & SRHR Service Uptake by Youths in Zimbabwe
Sexual Reproductive Health uptake and HIV prevention among Youths With support from UKAID/DFID, FACT reached out to 59 348 young people aged 10-24 (20 011 males and 39 337 females) in Mashonaland Wes...
Health and HIV
The Health and HIV Pillar aims to reduce the number of new infections in intervention sites. Through the Health and HIV initiatives, FACT empowers vulnerable groups such as women, youths, the disable...
Behaviour Change Program
The Behaviour Change Program (BC) – HIV Prevention The Behaviour Change (BC) program focuses on transformation of individual and group behaviour as a means to reduce new HIV incidences. The overall g...
Forbes Road Wellness Clinic
Forbes Road Wellness Clinic With support from Global Fund through the North Star Alliance, FACT continued to work with key populations at its Forbes Road Wellness Cross Border Project which targets s...Tags Health and HIVRead more...
Gender and Church Partnerships
Funded by The Evangelical Alliance Relief Fund (Tearfund) UK, this program is now in its third year of implementation. The programme started in 2012 and ending in 2016. The programme’s main goal is t...Tags Health and HIVRead more...
Migration Health Corridor
Since March 2014, FACT has been implementing a project entitled: “Migration Health Corridor Project: Prevention, Treatment, Care and Adherence Support for Mobile Populations Project” supported by USA...
Funded by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) since 2011, FACT has been implementing the Employee Wellness Programme in Manicaland and Mashonaland West Provinces. The title ...