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The recent drought, which has resulted in a food crisis in the country coupled with the economic melt down, and the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the resultant subsequent lockdown have had debilitating effects on families and communities. Jointed Hands Welfare Organisation in partnership with Access Forex, have taken the move to compliment efforts by the government and various other humanitarian organisations to help mitigate the devastating negative impact of dry weather conditions, the pandemic and economic downturn.

300 vulnerable and needy households in Gweru and Kwekwe benefited from food hampers. Since most Zimbabweans are currently unemployed and are largely surviving on informal sector activities, they have been badly exposed to this situation and need help to go through these times of adversity.

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Past Projects

Positive Action: PMTCT

Feb - May

JHWO will be conducting trainings in the following wards in Lower Gweru 1,2,3,4,5 and Gwanda wards 1 to 24.

Positive Action: PMTCT

May - Nov

Join JHWO as it conducts Focus group Discussions in Lower Gweru wards 1 to 5, Gwanda 1 to 24.

Day of the African Child

June 16

JHWO joins the rest of the continent in honoring those who participated in the Soweto Uprising in 1976

16 Days of Activism against G.B.V

November 25

JHWO shall participate in the 16 days of activism against G.B.V at district , provincial and national level