Project type: Development
Sectors: Health, children and young people, food security
Cesvi works in the Bindura, Mazowe and Centenary districts with training activities and HIV/AIDS prevention. In the children sector Cesvi operates in partnership with the local associations, Streets Ahead anf the Mashamabanzou Care Trust in the capital Harare and with the Saint Albert Hospital in the Centenary district (prevention of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases). In the Harare House of Smiles, Cesvi promotes educational and recreational activities for orphans and street children. As concerns food security, Cesvi supports rural communities in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park and in the Beithbridge and Chiredzi districts with multisector activities and with the promotion of partnerships in the private sector for the production, transformation and marketing of high market-value products like oranges.
Local partners: Local Ministry of Health, Mashamabanzou Care Trust, Streets Ahead, Provincial Medical Directorate, Ospedale St. Albert, rural districts of Chiredzi and Beithbridge, Beitbridge Juicing Factory, Nottingham Farm Estate, Tashinga Trust Iniziative, Lowvelt Rhino Trust
International partners: IUCN, AISPO
Financial backers: Italian government bodies, European Union, IUCN, ERF/OCHA, Radio Deejay, Agos, UBI Pramerica Sgr, BPM Private Banking Sim, Tosca Blu, Axa Assicurazioni, Prénatal, Cantina Val San Martino, Compagnia teatrale Gli Ipocriti, AppsHouse.it, Gruppo29 (VA), Cral Selex (LT), Amici del Cesvi - Biella, Atletica San Marco - Busto Arsizio (VA), Bracco Geas Basket, Accademia Teatro alla Scala - Scuola di Ballo, Associazione Amici dell’Hata Yoga, Associazione di promozione sociale - Veduggio con Colzano (MB), Pensionati Unicredit Regione Lombardia, Comune di Fiumicello - Governo dei Giovani (UD), Comune di Limena (PD) and other private donors
Photo by Giovanni Diffidenti