Zimbabwe Health Interventions

Innovative and Sustainable Health Solutions

 
 

Zimbabwe Health Interventions

Innovative and Sustainable Health Solutions

 
 

Zimbabwe Health Interventions

Innovative and Sustainable Health Solutions

 
 

Zimbabwe Health Interventions

Innovative and Sustainable Health Solutions

 
 

Zimbabwe Health Interventions

Innovative and Sustainable Health Solutions

A Welcome Note

Zimbabwe Health Interventions (ZHI) is a local Zimbabwean non-profit human development  organization whose mission is to help the Government of Zimbabwe (GoZ) achieve its health-related goals, with a focus on contributing to HIV/AIDS epidemic control using comprehensive and sustainable human development approaches; conducting research that will guide/inform policy and development of innovative interventions for human development in Zimbabwe.

We aim to

  • Improve the quality of, availability of and access to care and treatment (C&T) services.
  • Empower high-risk and vulnerable populations to adopt healthy lifestyle practices that reduce new HIV infection.
  • Address socio-cultural, religious and legal barriers that increase vulnerability to HIV and impede access to critical services in Zimbabwe.

Success Stories

Success Stories
August 10, 2022

DREAMS Re-ignites my vision to succeed-Rosebud’s Story

Rosebud Gumbo joined the DREAMS-RISE program as a young mother, who was impregnated at the age of 18. “I had lost hope in life, I had no vision and was…
Success Stories
July 4, 2022

Honoured for outstanding performance in the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV

Charles Fungurai is one of the Accelerated and Comprehensive HIV Care for Epidemic Control in Zimbabwe (ACCE) program Nurses supporting St Peters Mission Hospital in Chipinge District. On 01 May…
Success Stories
July 4, 2022

Using music and dance to engage with communities in Gokwe South District

75-year-old sekuru Sandram and his brother Shatini Jasi (71years) from Gokwe South District tested positive to HIV in 2009 and were commenced on antiretroviral treatment (ART) in 2010. During this…
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