DanChurchAid Zimbabwe’s primary programme goal is that resilient and empowered men and women enjoy their human rights and actively participate in their own development
Building Resilient Communities
Our programme seeks to ensure that communities and households have diversified household income, can access and influence public services that are more responsive, accountable, equitable and gender sensitive, at local and national Levels, resulting in better quality of life, security, layered agro-based livelihoods and nutrition.
Our programme provides emergency relief in disaster-stricken areas and long-term development assistance through partnerships with like-minded organisations, based on our Christian values, to rebuild affected regions and restore the lives and dignity of the poor. We share our resources with the poorest, show active compassion, and help those in need.
Our programme addresses inequalities and power imbalances between e.g. urban and rural communities, men and women, and rich and poor, in all community aspects. We empower vulnerable communities to fight discrimination and exclusion on the basis of ethnicity, gender, age, religion and severe human rights violations.
DCA Zimbabwe in numbers (2020)
18 local partners faith based and secular as well as private companies
893,778 beneficiaries reached
12,590,000 turnover (EUR).
DCA operations in Zimbabwe are supported by Danida, UK Government (FCDO), Sida, European Union, UNDP, WFP, Church of Sweden, and Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Contact DanChurchAid in Zimbabwe
PO Box 41629
143 King George Road, Avondale
Phone: +263 (0) 8677000661
Mads Schack Lindegaard