Covid-19 Relief Efforts

Information about

Our Covid-19
Relief Efforts

Lockdown meant no economic activity and no income generation for many people. People with disabilities were among those most affected as many of them are venders, cross-border traders and beggars. Thus, they live from hand-to-mouth. 

With no source of income, many people with disabilities had no access to food.

In may, We  began assisting people with disabilities in Dzivarasekwa after recieving a request for assistance from one of the target benefiaries of our home rennovation projects. 

We  distributed 10 food hampers on our first visit. We then delivered 50 bags of mealie meal on our second and thid visits. We also distributed sugar beans and sanitary wear on some of these visits.

Lockdown has ended

So, What's

Our next steps are in line with the theme for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2020:
Building Back Better: toward a disability-inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 World.

As a sense of normalcy returns to Zimbabwe, we are now focused on helping people with disabilities make a come back. 

We recognise that many of them are still in need of food assistance. So, we are going to continue distributing food to people with disabilities in Dzivarasekwa.

Beyond this, we plan to help them start income generating projects and resume the accessible housing project in Dzivarasekwa.

3 Ways You Can Support Us

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Support Us

You can support us financially. All your donations will be used for groceries and other recovery projects in Dzvivarasekwa.

Donate Basic Neccessities

You can donate grocery items for households in Dzivarasekwa. Contact Nyasha on +263 774 108 712 or send us an email using our contact form.

Encourage Others To Support Us

Tell your family and friends about this project and encourage them to support us if they can.