Where we work
Our programmes directly benefit 50,000 children and indirectly benefit about 250,000 children in Zimbabwe.
Plan's core areas of activity include:
- emergency food aid and supplementary feeding
- protecting children from all forms of violence
- promoting good health practices, and safe, sanitary environment
- access to education.
Plan Zimbabwe has 7 programme unit areas which are spread across 5 of the country's 10 provinces:
Established in 1992, it implements programmes in Tsholotsho rural community and also Bulawayo.
Located in the south west, it was launched in 1994 and born out of our Tongogara Refugee Camp programme, which catered for refugees displaced by civil war in neighbouring Mozambique. When the refugees returned home, the focus of the programme shifted towards the neighbouring communal areas.
Located in a rural area of southern Zimbabwe. It was established in 1991 and focuses on Chiredzi and Mwenezi districts.
Established in 1993, it covers Mutoko district located in the northern part of the country and Epworth, a semi-urban area located 17km west of Harare.
Located in the eastern highlands of Zimbabwe, was the first to be established in 1986. It mainly implements programmes in Zimunya and Marange areas.
Established in 1990 focusing on Zhombe and Silobela communal areas.
Located in the eastern highlands of the country, on the north part of Mutare operational areas. It addresses challenges from the Honde Valley community areas and was established in 1991.