No organisation can tackle poverty and injustice alone. We are privileged to work with like-minded partners in our goal to improve the lives of children in Zimbabwe.
In implementing our programmes, World Vision collaborates and partners with various local institutions, Government of Zimbabwe Ministries, multilateral institutions, foundations, as well as private donors and corporations. Our partners include:
Improving Gender Attitudes, Transition and Education outcomes (IGATE)
The Improving Gender Attitudes, Transition and Education outcomes (IGATE) Project is a Girls’ Education Challenge project funded by UK Aid and led by World Vision's Zimbabwe Office. IGATE aims to improve learning outcomes and positive transitions for marginalised adolescent girls in rural communities of Zimbabwe by helping them to improve their literacy, numeracy, life skills and self-esteem.
Ensuring Nutrition, Transforming & Empowering Rural Farmers & Promoting Resilience in Zimbabwe (ENTERPRIZE)
The goal of the Ensuring Nutrition, Transforming & Empowering Rural Farmers & Promoting Resilience in Zimbabwe (ENTERPRIZE) project is to improve food and nutrition security of 60,000 farming households in Bindura, Guruve & Mt Darwin districts. The project also uses the Gender Action Learning System (GALS), a community-led empowerment methodology based on principles of inclusion to improve income, food & nutrition security of vulnerable people in a gender-equitable way.
Beef Enterprise Strengthening and Transformation (BEST)
The Beef Enterprise Strengthening and Transformation (BEST) project is funded by the European Union and led by World Vision Zimbabwe's Office. The project seeks to create a robust, competitive beef value chain that promotes enhanced trade, employment creation, food security, and inclusive green economic growth by 2023 for 25,000 small to medium as well as commercial cattle farmers.