Partners Zimbabwe

Chengeto Zimbabwe Trust

Chengeto Zimbabwe Trust (CZT), is a media lobbying and advocacy organization that work through radio broadcasts, studio and community outside broadcasting. Through these platforms the organization challenges the status quo regarding the subjugated position of Zimbabwean girls and women.

Deaf Zimbabwe Trust

Deaf Zimbabwe Trust DZT, promotes the transformation and empowerment of deaf and hard of hearing people, especially children, for independent living through provision of education, changing societal attitudes through awareness raising and advocacy, service provision and sustainable initiatives.

Rozaria Memorial Trust

Rozaria Memorial Trust RMT, is a non-profit making organization that supports innovative initiatives that promote education, health and entrepreneurship for women and young people in rural communities. RMT provides a platform for the voices of women and children in rural communities to shape local, national and global policies.

Rozaria Memorial Trust is also a regional partner in southern Africa.

Simukai Child Protection

Simukai Child Protection Programme is a local non-governmental organization that works to enhance child protection through the realization and protection of child rights. The organization works in the education thematic area. The organization is promoting access to inclusive education for marginalized children, out of school youths, as well as children with disabilities; and building capacity and awareness among rights holders, about their rights in Mutare (Dora) and Makoni North (Mayo) in Manicaland province.

Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD)

Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) is a social and economic justice coalition established in February 2000. It is dedicated to facilitating citizens’ involvement, through their sectors and as activists in making public policy and practice pro-people and sustainable.

With support from IM, ZIMCODD is implementing a ”Citizen-Driven Public Resource Management for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods” project targeting Rural women, youth smallholder farmers and youth informal traders targeting females from 18 years upwards, with a deliberate inclusion of the youth (18-35 years). The project is implemented in Gokwe South, Binga, Matopo, Goromonzi and Chipinge. The project seeks to address the disproportionate impacts of the prevailing socio-economic, political and climatic shocks that disproportionately affect women and youth who constitute the majority of people living in abject poverty rural and peri urban areas of Zimbabwe.