PARTNERS

Africa AHEAD has worked with many organisations.

European Union

1st Partnership Type of Partner: Funding  (with Big Lottery co-funding) Implementing Partner: Mercy Corps Link to more information  Dates of partnership: 2009 – 2011 Country: Zimbabwe District: Chipinge, Buhera, Chiredzi Type of Project: Food Security Objective of Project: To sustainably improve agricultural production and income for vulnerable households Number of Beneficiaries: 64,020 beneficiaries 2nd Partnership Type …

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Action Contra la Faim

Type of partner: Implementing Funding  Partner: EC Link to more information  Dates of partnership: Feb 2012 – January 2014 Country: Zimbabwe Districts: Gutu & Mberengwa Phase 1:  Name of Project: Type of Project: Health Promotion Objective of Project: Complete coverage in Community Health Clubs Number of Beneficiaries: 457 CHCs, in 429 villages 82,410 beneficiaries Cost of …

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Tearfund

Type of partner: Implementing Link to more information  Poster  Dates of partnership: Oct 2014-Sept 2015 Country: DRC District: South Kivu Name of Project: SWIFT Consortium Type of Project: CHC Pilot Project Objective of Project: to adapt the CHC for use in DRC Number of Beneficiaries: 19.959 Cost of project: 51,280

International Lifeline Fund

Type of partner: Implementing partner Funding: Aqua 4 All Link to more information  Dates of partnership: Octobr 2013-June 2015 Country: Uganda District: Apac Type of Project: Supporting a Water Supply Project by mobilising through Community Health Clubs Objective of Project: To enable more community participation in the supply of 75 new boreholes and promote sustainable …

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USAID OFDA

Type of partner: Direct Funding Final Report Dates of partnership: October 2012- September 2013 Grant Number: AID-613-G-12-00001 Country: Zimbabwe Districts: Mutare, Chimanimani and Chipinge Name of Project: Cholera Mitigation through Community Health Clubs Type of Project: Hygiene Promotion Objective of Project: To improve Hygiene and sanitation through Health Knowledge and sustainble reduce the risk of transmitted …

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UK Big Lottery Fund

Type of partner: Funding  (with EC co-funding) Implementing Partner: Mercy Corps Link to more information  Dates of partnership: 2009 – 2011 Country: Zimbabwe District: Chipinge, Buhera, Chiredzi Type of Project: Food Security Objective of Project: To sustainably improve agricultural production and income for vulnerable households Number of Beneficiaries: 64,020 beneficiaries

OXFAM

Type of partner: Implementing Partner Country: Zimbabwe 1st Partnership: Date: 2008 District: Mutare Type of Project:  Emergency Cholera Response Achievement  of Project:  – no cholera deaths in Sukubva Number of Beneficiaries: 63 CHCs with 63,000 members / 100,000 beneficiaires More information 2nd Partnership: Date: 2010 District: Chiredzi Type of Project:  CHC Urban Cleanup Achievements  of Project: 3,567   active …

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City of Cape Town Health Department

Type of support:  Government support Link to more information  Dates of partnership: 2008-2010 Country: South Africa District: Cape Town Informal settlements Name of Project: Development of Training Materials for CHC in Informal Settlements of South Africa Type of Project: Consultancy Objective of Project: Development of generic CHC Training manual and extensive PHAST Tool Kit for …

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DANIDA

Type of partner: Funder Project 1:  Link to more information  Publication: Waterkeyn, J. & Cairncross, S. (2005). Creating demand for sanitation and hygiene through Community Health Clubs: a cost-effective intervention in two districts of Zimbabwe. 61. Social Science & Medicine. p.1958-1970 Link Dates of partnership: 1999-2002 Country: Zimbabwe District: Makoni Partner: Ministry of Health Name of Project: Makoni Community …

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Department for International Development (DFID)

Type of partner: Funding Final Report  Log frame  Publication: Waterkeyn, J & Cairncross, S. (2005) Creating a demand for sanitation through Community Health Clubs:  a cost effective intervention in two districts of Zimbabwe. Journal of Social Science and Medicine. 61. p.1958-1970 Dates of partnership: 1999-2002 Country: Zimbabwe District: Tsholtosho & Gutu Name of Project: Rural water point upgrading and …

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