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Jointed Hands Welfare Organisation is implementing OneImpact M-Health across Zimbabwe which responds to the commitments contained within the United Nations Political Declaration on the Fight Against TB to innovate health systems, meaningfully engage TB-affected communities, and transform the TB response to become rights based, people centred and gender transformative. OneImpact responds to our call for inclusive CLM initiatives that identify and overcome challenges faced by people affected by TB that result in avoidable suffering and loss of lives. As COVID-19 and other pandemics ravages, there is also a strategic opportunity to fight the TB epidemic within epidemics, pandemics and comorbidities and to respond, using digital solutions to Health such as the OneImpact Zimbabwe.

The Live version of the OneImpact Zimbabwe app is now available on the links below:



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  • 313 conservative church and community leaders have been sensitized on HIV, PMTCT, ANC and gender norms and these have cascaded to 2320 church members.
  • 15 Community based trainers, 10 youth focal persons, 20 Church working group representatives,4 health centre committees and 2 child advisory boards have been sensitized on HIV, STIs, PMTCT, ANC, gender and harmful practices.

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We have 65 guests and no members online

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