Zvishavane area is relatively a dry area so most households are food insecure. This project has come to alleviate this plight through provision of food and simultaneously encouraging the construction of infrastructure that benefits the community. Productive Assets for Chronically Food Insecure Households.
ADRA Zimbabwe’s key impact area Food and Nutrition Security stipulates that where they intervene they have to bring positive change, hope and sustainable transformations. With the lean season assistance they bring aid through food aid, climate smart training and internal savings and lending training to enable residents to adapt to their environments.The project will see to it that communities reclaim gullies in their areas to curb erosion and they will also build a bridge for easy access especially during rainy seasons
This project is titled ‘Beyond Food Aid’ and is a move by ADRA Zimbabwe to move from relief assistance to developmental aid which leads to self autonomy and independence. Beneficiaries will be trained in hands on commercial projects that include candle making, peanut butter making, sewing and farming.
This project seeks to provide livelihood options for those who have been discharged from food aid programs to provide them with sustainable food and nutrition security.
This project is titled ‘Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) /Education Project is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and implemented by ADRA Japan and ADRA Zimbabwe. The 36 months long project will improve the water, sanitation and hygiene at 5 schools and the community through the construction and rehabilitation of water infrastructure while at the same time also improving the education situation by constructing classroom blocks for 5 schools in Gokwe.
This project entitled "Improved maternal health care services for women of childbearing age in Gokwe North, Zimbabwe" is implemented with funding provided by the Department for International Development (DFID) and ADRA-UK. The 36-month project implemented by ADRA Zimbabwe will improve maternal health care services for 7,500 women (including mothers, pregnant women and girls of reproductive age) in 3 wards of Gokwe North District.
The overall objective of the project is to reduce poverty for the vulnerable poor in the district. Specifically, the action will aim to improve the food and nutrition security of the targeted households by improving the income base of the targeting communities, reducing food shortages and safeguarding their nutritional status.
The project aims to strengthen civil society organisations (CSOs) within the food security programming and other ADRA Zimbabwe portfolios. The different groups will be capacitated to advocate for development issues affecting them within the different portfolios implemented by ADRA Zimbabwe. The advocacy process will be initiated through stakeholder forums in different portfolios of ADRA Zimbabwe. This is a 3 year (2014-2016) project funded by Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) through ADRA Denmark.