Empower the Apostolic community to ensure there is reduced morbidity and mortality due to HIV/AIDS, PMTCT and other related conditions.
According to research 30% of teenage marriages and 29% of child mothers were recorded in the Apostolic religion for girls aged 15-19 years.
Providing training in lifesaving skills, assisting, lending, connecting families facing challenges in community people affected by disasters...
Generally, in Zimbabwe girls start school a bit earlier than boys. However, after the age of 14 years, more girls drop out of school compared to boys.
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June 4, 2023
By Newsday Zimbabwe ‘I JOINED a secret base to save my children from dying. The church that I go to does not […]
May 6, 2023
By Elia Ntali (Gavi Vaccine Alliance) Zimbabwe’s large Apostolic faith community has a reputation for shunning medical intervention, including vaccination. Amid COVID-19, that […]