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Promotion of Health, Opportunity
Equality, Benevolence & Empowerment
for black and ethnic minority
women and children

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PHOEBE Zimbabwe

Our work in Zimbabwe

PHOEBE  Zimbabwe.
The object of our Trust is to:
  • Support young vulnerable women and children in maintaining their culture and heritage
  • Work with vulnerable children and vulnerable women in Zimbabwe enabling them to grow and flourish in a safe and supportive environment
  • Establish children’s centres to educate and support the community
  • Provide coaching, life skills, feeding schemes for children
  • Facilitating reproductive health education
  • Work in partnership with schools, government bodies, non-governmental organisations, churches and other organisations in Zimbabwe to enhance opportunities
  • Provide training to organisations on best practices when working with children and young people
  • Provide education on child protection, health and safety
  • Encourage youth involvement and participation
  • Engage in the national debate on the promotion of effective means to safeguard children 

Through this project, young Zimbabweans are given a community in which to belong, and have access to constant support and information to improve their quality of life.

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If you have the time, enthusiasm and determination to make a difference to the lives of others,you can gain useful and enriching experience in return. We are always happy to hear from volunteers.We welcome membership from all members of society in Zimbabwe, particularly women and young girls.
As a member, you will be entitled to apply for free recycled tools and have possible contact with our UK sponsors
and supporters who wish to help the people of Zimbabwe.

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Signing agrement forms

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Staff meeting with club members .


Women showing their work.

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Group together.

'A Helper of Many'

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