The emergency wing of USAID has today finalised a direct grant to Zimbabwe AHEAD which will see a role out of Community Health Clubs in the coming year into four of the most hard hit districts of the country in a effort to mitigate against future Cholera and Typhoid epidemics.
This programme will establish a [...]
Name of Organization: Zimbabwe Applied Health Education And Development (ZimAHEAD) Registration Status: Registered Trust – MA1380/2001 Address: 28 Tweed Road, Eastlea,Harare Contact Person: Dr. Juliet Waterkeyn: Executive Director cc Regis Matimati: Director of Programmes Contact phone: 0773 038 700 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org cc email@example.com Website: www.africaahead.org Management Structure: Board of Trustees (7 members) Executive Director: Dr. [...]
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The year [...]
“Development is a Process, step by…step”
It is with great sadness that we mark the passing away of Josephine Mutandiro, who devoted her life to alleviating the suffering of others, and was a truly committed development practitioner in a class of her own. She came to Zimbabwe AHEAD Organisation when it was [...]
01 December, 2011
Report by Morgan Hayiza
ZimAHEAD Project Officer.
Oxfam staff from UK, Germany, Scotland and Zimbabwe had an opportunity to visit the Community Health Clubs and rehabilitated water points in Masvingo Rural District of Zimbabwe, where ZimAHEAD implemented an OFDA funded Water and Sanitation Project through OXFAM GB. The project ended [...]
City Authorities and Residents Joining Up
by Regis Matimati – Director of Programmes, ZimAHEAD
ZimAHEAD has observed that city councils and residents can jointly own up to the waste menace if they sit together to identify and plan on ways to solve the sanitation challenge. What needs to be done first [...]
30 September, 2011
Regis Matimati, Director of Programmes, Zimbabwe AHEAD
Every year Zimbabwe commemorates Sanitation and Hygiene week with the rest of the world. A venue is chosen for the prestigious launch by the national dignitaries as national commitment in pursuit of improving sanitation and hygiene goals. This years’ launch has been the 14th launch [...]
19th July, 2011. To Masvingo Municipality Dear Sir, Its been a while since ZimAHEAD left Masvingo and I know the CHCs are still fired up and functional in waste management and public health promotion. I don’t know if you are aware that Zimbabwe Sanitation Week will be commemorated in your city owing to your outstanding [...]
Director of Programmes: Regis Matimati
ZimAHEAD, as it is affectionately known in Zimbabwe, has played a catalytic role in pioneering a workable solution to achieve sustainable development and has provided training and technical expertise for other programmes funded by CARE, DFID and Mercy Corps. It is also the resource centre for a [...]
Kate Brogan is an intern with Zimbabwe AHEAD, having just qualified with a Masters in Community Water Supply and Sanitation’ from Cranfield University, UK, she describes her first impressions of the CHCs in Zimbabwe
On the 1st of March 2011, I arrived in Harare, excited to meet the ZimAHEAD team. Their enthusiasm and [...]