Programming Portfolio

Action for Choice

A4C project is funded by the Embassy of Sweden. The project span is from October 2018 – September 2021. This project focuses on students sexual reproductive health and rights and geographically located in 10 National State Univesities.

REAPs

REAPs project is funded by UNFPA. The project span is from January 2017 – December 2020. This project focuses on students and the community ( Hopley and Epworth). REAPs project runs in 8 Tertiary Institutions.

LEAD

LEAD project is funded by SAIH. The project span is from January 2018 – December 2021. The project beneficiaries are students and is running in 10 National State Universities.

Spotlight

SPOTLIGHT is funded by UNFPA. The project span is from January 2019 – December 2020. Project beneficiaries are students and is running in 10 Tertiary Institutions.

SASA! Together

SASA! Together is funded by UN Women. Project span is from September 2019 – August 2020. The project beneficiaries are women, girls and men. Project is runing in the Hopley Community.

RHRN

RHRN is funded by Dutch Government. The project span is from 2017 – December 2020. Project beneficiaries are Young People, Policy Makers, Community Members in Zimbabwe.

Zim TOP

Zim TOP is funded by Amplify Change. Project span is from June 2018 – June 2020. The project beneficiaries are Policy Makers. Project is runing in Chitungwiza Constituencies.

Stepping up Prevention for Students

RHRN is funded by AVAC. The project span is from April 2019 – March 2020. Project beneficiaries are students in 4 State Universities. 

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Background

The year 2019 had a programming portfolio with the majority of projects being a continuation of interventions from the past year. Given that the majority of projects were a continuation from the previous year, common teething challenges such as delays in disbursement of funds, red tape in organisation inception meetings as well as establishing rapport were not experienced.

The programming portfolio comprised of 3 categories of projects. During the reporting year there were SAYWHAT exclusively administered projects which are REAPS, LEAD, Spotlight, Action
for Choice, Zim Top, LHACAW, and Youth Access Project. The second category of projects were consortium oriented projects namely Right Here Right Now and SASA! Together.

The third category of projects are government led projects under which the National Youth Programme in Tertiary Institutions supported by NAC is implemented.

The programming portfolio for the year is similar to previous year in several aspects such as the number of total running projects, coverage of the projects as well as the life span.

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