Education in Emergency Project

FAWEZI has been implementing an Education in Emergencies project in Beitbridge and Matobo Districts in Matabeleland South. The implementation falls under the Adolescent Girls & Young Women Health for Life 360o (AGYW HFL 360o) project and is funded by USAID. The project’s goal is to contribute to the reduction in new HIV infections among adolescents and young women aged 10-24 years, by 2021 in Zimbabwe. This project is being implemented by FHI360 together with sub-partners.

FAWEZI is a technical partner whose role entails implementing education in emergencies innovative program for girls and young women. FAWEZI is targeting vulnerable out of school Adolescent Girls and boys 9-14 years which specific focus on girls who are out of school due to pregnancies. The project is focusing on 60% girls and 40% boys.

Strengthening Action and Response to Sexual and Gender based Violence in Schools (STAR TO SGBV)

In partnership with UNESCO, FAWEZI is implementing activities under the
SPOTLIGHT initiative whose overall vision is that women and girls realize
their full potential in a violence free, gender responsive and inclusive Zimbabwe. The Spotlight Initiative is a partnership by the EU and UN to
eliminate all forms of violence including Sexual and Gender Based violence
(SGBV) and harmful practices and addressing its linkages with Sexual
Reproductive Health and rights.

FAWEZI implements evidence based programmes to promote gender equitable norms, attitudes and behaviors.

Towards Resilient Communities with Health, Safety and Equity for all (TORCHES) Project in Zimbabwe

FAWEZI is implementing a project titled Towards Resilient Communities with Health, Equity and Safety for all ( TORCHES) in partnership with Action Aid Zimbabwe (AAZ), Family Aids Counselling Trust (FACT) and Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ). The project is funded by the Peoples Postcode Lottery through Action Aid UK. The project aims at creating communities where women and girls are free from violence and have amplified voices and agency.

This will be achieved by successfully fostering personal and community reflection about power relations, nurturing power within, and amplifying girls’ voices in schools and communities.