Morgan Haiza, Project Manager, Zim AHEAD
12th June, 2013
The stakeholder monitoring exercise from the 29 to the 30th of May 2013 was aimed to assess progress in the implementation of water and sanitation and hygiene education UNICEF funded programme in Bindura. This exercise was brought [...]
Stories from the Field
Utsanana Community Health Club.
A 52 year old woman Mary Chinthenga is an active member of Utsanana CHC. She joined the club on 13/02/13. She is attending the club sessions regularly. During the school holidays Mary brought her granddaughter Shanyce Chinthenga to the [...]
CASE STUDY: Zimbabwe: Community Health Clubs deliver Hygiene + Total Sanitation @ $4.42 pp
Source: December 2012 Project Report Zimbabwe AHEAD/ACF, Cecilia Chinhengo / Juliet Waterkeyn
Blanket coverage: This Community Health Club project was implemented by Zim AHEAD, in partnership with ACF in 429 villages, within 11 wards of Gutu and Mberengwa, Masvingo [...]
May, 2013. Zimbabwe. Juliet Waterkeyn
Community Health Clubs were first established in Zimbabwe in 1994, when the present Director of Zim AHEAD pioneered this approach in Manicaland. Although CHCs have been trickling along since then through various NGO initiatives, it has not been fully institutionalised into the government system, which for the past 13 years [...]
May 2013, Zimbabwe. Juliet Waterkeyn
Known as Community Based Facilitators (CBF’s) the role of these wonderful women, and sometimes men, who are the back bone of the Community Health Club model should receive more recognition. They are volunteered by their community to be the selfless people who are going to lead their village out of [...]
In November 2012, a new program was launched as part of the UNICEF Urban WASH Fund from DFID. ACF partnered with Zimbabwe AHEAD in Chipinge Town, and the project is now managed by Project Officer, Rangandu Mushipe. After six months the Chipinge Urban project now includes 10 school clubs, 12 market [...]
Acute outbreaks of cholera and typhoid linked to poor water and sanitation in urban areas of Zimbabwe claimed more than 4,000 lives between 2008-2009, one of the worst outbreaks seen in Africa to-date. In order to mitigate these life-threatening diseases, DFID launched the fund for an urban WASH programs to clean [...]
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: email@example.com cc firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.africaahead.org Management Structure: Board of Trustees (7 members) Executive Director: Dr. [...]
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The year [...]