“Building Back Better: toward a disability-inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 World”

Many people with disabilities had no access to food when the country was under lockdown. We distributed food aid to people with disabilities in Dzivarasekwa. More food aid is required as we continue the rebuilding process. Your support will be greatly appreciated.


Many college and university graduates cannot find employment.

We prepare students with disabilities for effective and productive living after college and university. We teach them how to set goal, how to find mentors and how to be self-advocates. We also equip them with decision-making, personal management, leadership and communication skills. 

Turn Houses to Homes


Most houses and residential properties in Zimbabwe are inaccessible.

We renovate houses to make them accessible, safe and comfortable for adults with disabilities and their caregivers. This project is being implemented in Dzivarasekwa, a high density area where most people cannot afford to do the renovations on their own. 


Everyone has a part to play in making universal access and inclusion a reality!

Our advocacy efforts are aimed at promoting the design and creation of accessible and inclusive infrastructure, goods and services that meet the needs of people with disabilities. We do online campaigns and distribute printed material to sensetise the public about disability issues.
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