Archive for April, 2014

The Child Sponsorship Project

The project anchored its work towards achieving three objectives which were as follows: Ensure that women and girls can break the cycle of poverty and violence, build economic alternatives and claim rights over their bodies Promote sustainable agriculture and control over natural resources for people living in poverty Advance the political influence of people living …

Nyanga Programmes (FACT in Nyanga)

In 2012, FACT’s wing in Nyanga implemented three projects namely: Child Sponsorship Project (CSP) funded by Action Aid International Zimbabwe; Community Gender Empowerment Project (CGEP) funded by OAK Zimbabwe Foundation and Young People We Care (YPWC) Project funded by UNICEF through National AIDS Council of Zimbabwe.  

FACT”s Growth

FACT’s Growth   2012 has seen FACT amassing substantial growth prospects likely to spill over into 2013 and beyond. Nonetheless, challenges both seen and unforeseen come with such growth and expansion. Increasingly, FACT has to reposition herself to handle surge in resources and manpower that are associated with such phenomenal growth. Added to this is …

Future of FACT

The Future of FACT As 2012 drew to an end, FACT emerged as one of the most buoyant national NGOs, ready to continue with expansion and to sustain and consolidate its position as a national development organisation. New and humbly massive projects characterised the close of 2012 and are to comfortably carry the organisation into …

Zimbabwe Operational Context

The year 2012 has been predictably stable but deteriorating and somewhat demanding. There was broader convergence of ideas, policies and direction at national level. The economy was both stable and growing. Social support especially from donors which had been largely channelled towards respective government ministries at the launch of the Government of National Unity (GNU) …

FACT Overview

The year 2012 was in general a progressive year for FACT. Several milestones were achieved. Coupled with this was the geographic and programmatic expansion. FACT’s direct geographic boundaries stretched to a new province of Mashonaland West. Much as FACT has over the years worked with organisations from other provinces, 2012 witnessed FACT’s established presence on …

Sexual Reproductive Health Youth interventions

FACT engages in multiple youth interventions through different models and strategies. Over the period FACT has supported youth interventions through funds from Stop AIDS Now! SAN, Tearfund and GIZ. PROJECT OBJECTIVE To improve the knowledge and life skills of 500 young people involved in HIV & AIDS prevention and care activities through sexual and reproductive …

HIV Testing Services (HTS) and ART Initiation

  HIV Testing Services (HTS) and ART Initiation With support from Population Services International (PSI-Zimbabwe) being funded by USAID, FACT has managed to offer key HIV testing and Treatment services and related Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), including Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART), Pre Exposure Prophylaxis services on site and outreach in the district of Chipinge and Mutare. …