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Help those who live around you by volunteering to work with us in various projects around different communities. AIDS Counselling Trust Zimbabwe “ACT” works with people of different age and gender

About AIDS Counselling Trust Zimbabwe

AIDS Counselling Trust Zimbabwe 'ACT' is a non-profit organisation that was registered under the Private Voluntary Act on 7 June, 1989. The purpose for its establishment was to complement government initiatives in the prevention of HIV infection, strengthening and provision of care and support to people living with HIV and AIDS and their families.

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Helped People

59

Total Volunteers

57

Successful Missions

49

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Samuel Nyikahadzoi

Executive director

Ruth Asaile Mazarura

Programmes Manager

Myoleen Kutamahufa

Finance and Administration Manager

David Mtisi

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WHAT THEY SAY

Testimonials

AIDS Council Trust Zimbabwe  has done a lot for me. I couldn’t even cut a fabric nor set up a sewing machine. But through ACT’s community apprenticeship program, I am now a dress maker. Right now I am getting orders for sewing African attires. I have also joined an ISAL savings group. We are saving money to buy more sewing machines.

Concilia Kalichi(Beneficiary )

I want to thank ACT for the community apprenticeship program. I am now able to support myself and my mother economically through baking. I bake wedding cakes, birthday cakes and many other things. I am also a member of a mukando group (Internal Savings and Lending [ISAL]).

Priscilla Muchabaiwa(Beneficiary )

I lived on the streets for more than 3 years and I had lost all hope. I never thought that I could achieve anything in my life. ACT has helped me to realize my potential. I was afforded an opportunity to study electronics for 6 months. The program equipped me with abilities to fix gadgets like cell phones, TVs, radios and the general electrical connections.I am now employed and have since moved from the streets to rent a room. I now wear clean clothes, bath every day and eat food of my choice.

 

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