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12 PEPFAR Heroes, who have made incredible contributions to the fight against HIV in Zimbabwe.
WE ARE ALL HEROES: Short film celebrates community heroes and 20 years of PEPFAR global impact
12 heroes who have made incredible contributions in the fight against HIV are celebrated in the short film, We Are All Heroes: The story of the PEPFAR Heroes in Zimbabwe.
The film’s release coincides with PEPFAR’s 20th Anniversary in 2023 and looks back at two decades of impact and partnerships in the response to HIV. The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is the largest commitment by any nation to address a single disease in history.
The short film recounts how 20 years ago, HIV was devastating Zimbabwe, but today that has changed and people living with HIV are living long and healthy lives thanks to treatment, contributions from donors, governments, communities and individuals like the PEPFAR Heroes.
Tatenda Makoni, director of ZNNP+, reminds us that while we may be recognizing just 12 individuals in the film, there are heroes in every community. “If you want to see your heroes, you look around your community and there are so many people who continue to push for people living with HIV to enjoy their rights to the fullest and we recognize them.”
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12 PEPFAR Heroes, who have made incredible contributions to the fight against HIV in Zimbabwe. celebrated 12 Heroes in as part of commemorations. Acting DCM Alex Ave-Lallemant called the PEPFAR Heroes ...
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GODFREY MUSUKA: The Data Man Leading Zimbabwe to HIV Epidemic Control
GODFREY MUSUKA: The Data Man Leading Zimbabwe to HIV Epidemic Control
Godfrey Musuka, 50, is a Hero who has dedicated his career to shedding light on the HIV epidemic through data. Musuka led the first and second Zimbabwe Population-based HIV Impact Assessment (ZIMPHIA) surveys. The 2020 survey revealed the country has now met the second and third of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets and is on track to ending AIDS by 2030. “My passion is data,” says Musuka, who would next like to conduct a small poll to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on people living with HIV. What will his legacy be as a PEPFAR Hero? “I hope people will appreciate the role of data in the national response.” Watch his video:
GODFREY MUSUKA: The Data Man Leading Zimbabwe to HIV Epidemic Control Godfrey Musuka, 50, is a Hero who has dedicated his career to shedding light on the HIV epidemic through data. Musuka led the first and second Zimbabwe Popu...
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U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French expressed the U.S. government’s willingness and readiness to support future vaccination campaigns against preventable disease as polio and measles during her tour of Inyathi District Hospital in Bubi. She observed efforts to ensure all children under 5 in Zimbabwe are vaccinated against Polio and engaged the vaccination staff after the recently ended nationwide Polio vaccination campaign.
U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French toured one of Zimbabwe’s biggest hospital laboratories at Mpilo Hospital in Bulawayo. The laboratory, supported by the U.S. government’s program and implemented through , provides critical services including viral load testing and early infant diagnosis to monitor clients receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) and to diagnose infants born to mothers living with HIV. The laboratory is part of a bigger network of laboratories countrywide that are supported to provide critical services in the management and treatment of people living with HIV.
U.S. support to the laboratory has contributed to supporting Bulawayo, Matabeleland North, and Matabeleland South provinces with critical services that have helped doctors and nurses provide better care and support for people living with HIV. Laboratory services provide critical information for people living with to manage their care. Matabeleland has the highest number of people living with HIV (Zimbabwe Population-based HIV Impact Assessment, 2020).
Chargé d'Affaires French reiterated continued support for improved laboratory services for people living with HIV in Matabeleland and the country at large.
U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French met with adolescent girls and young women who are part of the dynamic DREAMS program in Bubi District. The young women shared how use U.S.-supported safe youth spaces to access sexual and reproductive health and HIV services, as well as opportunities to learn social and income generating skills. Trained staff provide free, friendly services to adolescent girls as part of U.S. government’s efforts to ensure an empowered and healthy generation of young people in Zimbabwe.
U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires, Elaine French, met with nurses, adolescents, and young women at the DREAMS program at Inyathi District Hospital in Bubi district supported by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). DREAMS is an acronym which stands for Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored, and Safe and is a client-centered initiative, targeting adolescent girls and young women to reduce chances of them becoming infected with HIV.
Chargé d' Affaires Elaine French visited Bulawayo’s Bambanani New Start Centre, to learn how our partner, Population Services International, provides HIV prevention and treatment services to thousandss of Zimbabweans. For more than 21 years, USAID and Population Services International have supported New Start Centres in Zimbabwe. New Start Centres are an important and accepted service delivery point for key populations.
Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French saw how the Impilo electronic health record system improves how doctors and nurses help clients living with HIV. Princess Margaret Rose Clinic in Bulawayo is one of the many health facilities across the country implementing this new system with support from through . With support, Bulawayo City clinics have provided lifesaving ARV treatment to an estimated 21,000 HIV positive people in 2022.
During her visit, Chargé d'Affaires French emphasized the U.S. government’s commitment to the success of this innovation as part of the national efforts to end AIDS by 2030, in line with UNAIDS global targets
CDA French had the opportunity to meet with Zimbabwe Investment and Development Agency Chair Busisa Moyo in Bulawayo to share U.S. commitment to exploring economic investment opportunities in Zimbabwe.
Thanks to The Oasis for hosting Bulawayo-based entrepreneurs and alumni of U.S. exchange programs – Nkosana Masuku, Andrew Chikomba, Mpi Ndebele & Blessing Machiya – to brief U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French on how they translate their passions and skills gained from their exchange programs to establish professional networks and create jobs to spur economic growth in Bulawayo.
In commemoration of 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence, we share some thoughts men have on women in politics and the violence they sometimes experience. Let’s work together to end violence against women in politics. .
Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French paid a courtesy call on Bulawayo Provincial Minister Judith Ncube during her first visit to the province. The two discussed how to support health and economic growth in Bulawayo and surrounding regions.
CDA Elaine French met with Bulawayo musicians Jeys Marabini, Sizalobuhle Nkomo (Msizkay), Rachel Ngwarai, and Thandy Dhlana to learn about music trends in the city. She was very impressed by the creativity of artists in Bulawayo and highlighted the contributions of U.S government program including American Music Abroad and local arts programs in facilitating connections between musicians in Zimbabwe and the United States.
Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French toured to hear how the Gallery supports emerging artists and cultural development in Bulawayo. The U.S. Mission celebrated those artists who’ve launched to the global stage over the last year, and was excited to see the new artists who’ve grown into open spots in the hub. We aim to deepen U.S.-Zimbabwe artistic professional networks to share entrepreneurship best practices to take advantage of e-markets.
Chargé d’Affaires Elaine French appreciated the opportunity to tour historical landmarks in central Bulawayo under the expert guidance of historian Pathisa Nyathi. Chargé French visited the Inxwala Site, Hanging Tree, and the Joshua Nkomo statue. Culture is an important element of the identity of cities, and it is great to see that the City of Bulawayo prides itself on its history and heritage.
On World AIDS Day, we reflect on the loved ones lost to this disease and consider the ongoing challenges faced by the 1.2 million Zimbabweans living with HIV. U.S. Embassy Acting Deputy Chief of Mission Alex Ave-Lallemant gave solidarity remarks Dec. 01 at the national World AIDS Day commemoration in Marondera. The theme of the commemoration, “Equalize,” highlights the importance of ensuring equitable access to quality, people-centered HIV prevention and treatment services, and that the diverse voices of all affected ages, genders, and population groups are heard and valued. Zimbabwe has committed more than US$203.8 million this year to support Zimbabwe as it strengthens health systems, expands local capacity to prevent HIV, and reaches sustained HIV epidemic control.
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The U.S. Embassy in Zimbabwe announces an open competition for organizations to submit applications for small, community-based development programs under the Ambassador's Special Self-Help (SSH) and SSH-PEPFAR Small Grants Programs.
The Embassy regularly publishes a diverse range of grant opportunities. Visit https://zw.usembassy.gov/embassy-grant-opportunities/ for these and other active Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs).
Complete your application by November 30! Irex.org/cee
“The Community Engagement Exchange Program is an opportunity for emerging global leaders to have around them an ecosystem and infrastructure that will help them meet their potential as well as create a safe space, so they are able to make mistakes, learn from them, and transform their community.” - Thomas Sithole, 2021 CEE Specialist.
U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Elaine French congratulated 20
Zimbabwean civil society organizations who benefited from U.S. Embassy Zimbabwe’s Small Grants Program. The program funds a variety of community-based agricultural, business, and health development projects across Zimbabwe each year and is a sign of our long-standing commitment to the people of Zimbabwe.
During the Chargé’s remarks, she told participants, “The people of Zimbabwe are facing great economic challenges, but everywhere I go, from Harare to Chipinge, I see enormous potential and resilience.
“Our investment in these projects will help each of you serve your communities and unlock your potential. As the old proverb goes, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” As we join forces today, I know we will go far together!
Today, the Julia Taft Refugee Fund will provide $25,000 to Childline Zimbabwe to support 300 young caregivers (18-35) with vocational and livelihood training in the Tongogara Refugee Camp (TRC) in Manicaland. The project will increase the beneficiaries’ capacity to provide for the children in their care. Childline will support beneficiaries with income-generating activities such as making reusable menstrual pads, small livestock production, tailoring, and cosmetology trainings. The project will indirectly reach 1,200 children. Additionally, Childline will increase awareness of the signs of sexual abuse and exploitation in TRC and the host community, reaching approximately 5,000 people.
Today, the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $9,712 to Transforming Communities through Sustainable Solutions to drill and install a solar-powered borehole and establish a nutrition market garden at Zinhata Primary School, Gutu district, Masvingo. The grant will help improve learning and economic conditions in the community.
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $8,173 to Women’s Action Group to train women and girls as community champions on sexual and health rights and gender-based violence issues in Chimanimani, Manicaland. The grant will empower women to understand their health rights and to actively participate in their well-being.
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $7,723 to Windows of Hope Zimbabwe to establish a beekeeping project in Chimanimani, Manicaland. Smallholder farmers will receive training on honey processing, and product marketing. The grant will promote inclusive and sustainable rural honey production.
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $7,773 to Rose of Charity Children’s Home to install a greenhouse, drip irrigation system, and construct a 25,000-liter water reservoir in Sizinda, Victoria Falls, Matabeleland North. The grant will increase food security, nutrition, and sustainable income generation for the benefit of the children’s home.
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $7,823 to Fambidzanai Permaculture Centre to drill a borehole and establish a nutrition garden at St. Marnocks Primary School in Zvimba district, Mashonaland West. This grant will improve the quality of life for the school pupils through access to clean water and fresh vegetables.
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $7,837 to Better Lives Trust to drill and install a borehole to provide potable water for two irrigated gardens at Vuronga Secondary School, Nyamhondo area, Mberengwa. This community improvement will create income generating opportunities and support vulnerable families with school fees and better diets.
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $4,811 to Baptist Union of Zimbabwe Orphan Care to establish a small-scale fruit and vegetable drying project to mitigate the effects of poverty and hunger in Zvavahera, Gutu district, Masvingo. The grant will provide the unemployed youth a low-cost livelihood project to generate income. Beneficiaries will be trained on food preservation and packaging methods.
The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) small grants fund will provide $6,148 to the Africa Book Development Organization to train young women living with HIV on poultry and egg production in Chakari district, Mashonaland West. Through the grant, Chakari rural women will generate income to help support their families.
The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund will provide a bailer and crusher machine to Zimbabwe Sunshine Group in Epworth, Harare. The machinery will allow an on-going waste management and recycling project to effectively manage waste collection through crushing and bailing of raw materials.
The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund will provide $8,852 to Teen Rescue Mission Trust to train 200 impoverished youth in various income generating projects. The grant will help fight poverty in Chitungwiza by providing 200 unemployed youth with livelihood options to keep them away from crime and drugs.
The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund will provide $8,000 to Kgotso Development Trust to train and equip youth and women with vocational technical skills in garment making and woodwork in Beitbridge, Matabeleland South. This grant will improve the livelihoods of youth and women by helping them establish businesses.
The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund will provide $7,767 to the Jedidiah Trust to drill a borehole and install a drip irrigation system in Suri Suri, Chegutu, Mashonaland West. The establishment of a nutrition garden will improve the food security and nutrition of children of incarcerated parents and their caregivers.
The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund will provide $8,500 to Hope Worldwide Zimbabwe to train women in bead jewelry making in Mufakose township, Harare. Women are affected the most by poverty because of gender inequality, discrimination, as well as cultural roles and traditions. This grant will address gender inequality and improve livelihoods of women in Mufakose.
The Ambassador’s Special Self Help Fund will provide $7,999 to Hand in Hand Zimbabwe to provide entrepreneurship training based on self-help, social capital, capacity building, local ownership, and financial support to groups in rural Nkayi district, Matabeleland North. The grant will establish a goat farming project to increase household incomes of community members
The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund will provide $10,882 to the Community Organization for Poverty Alleviation in Zimbabwe to establish a banana plantation and production facility at the Tongogara Refugee Camp, Chipinge, Manicaland. The grant will increase livelihood security and reduce dependency on donor agencies in the camp. 20 members of the host community will provide input into the project which will result in diverse livelihoods opportunities, skills development, and peaceful co-existence between the host communities and refugees, which are critical to favorable protection of the environment.
The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund will provide $8,000 to the Centre for Gender and Community Development in Zimbabwe to drill a borehole and provide access to clean, safe water. Beneficiaries will learn sustainable and nutrition-based agriculture. This grant will help farmers cultivate during the dry season and grow high value crops to improve their crop yield and subsequently increase their household income.
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