Richard Nyamanhindi’s stories
Zimbabwe: Vocational training helps youths find jobs in Zimbabwe August 18, 2011
Twenty-year-old Nyasha Zulu and 21-year-old Simbarashe Mudara have lived most of their lives in the dormitory town of Chitungwiza, 30 kilometers from Zimbabwe's capital, Harare.
Zimbabwe: The Joint Initiative brings HIV care to homes July 20, 2011
The importance of early medical referrals is one of the many reasons the Joint Initiative for Urban Zimbabwe (JI) — a consortium of ten non-governmental organisations (NGOs) — places a strong focus on community home-based care.
Zimbabwe: Urban gardens nourish families and communities January 17, 2011
Until last year, 81-year-old Lucia Mbanje and her family of six, all residents of impoverished Sakubva township in Mutare, could not afford a balanced diet due to the prohibitive cost of vegetables in Zimbabwe as a result of the economic crisis.
Zimbabwe: Better living through treadle pumps December 15, 2010
One of the greatest challenges that smallholder farmers face in Zimbabwe is how to irrigate bigger plots and get higher returns from their pieces of land.
Zimbabwe: Helping children live with HIV through Good Hope November 2, 2010
Taking care of children living with HIV, or those who have lost parents to HIV/AIDS, can wear a guardian down. Clinic visits never seem to end. There is never enough food to fill everyone’s bellies. And money on hand never seems to cover all the transportation and medical costs.
Zimbabwe: Changing the lives of HIV/AIDS-orphaned children October 18, 2010
Across Zimbabwe, 1.5 million children have been affected by HIV/AIDS, with many losing one or both parents to the virus. The majority of these orphaned and vulnerable children — even if taken in by compassionate relatives — struggle to have enough food to eat and to afford school fees.
Zimbabwe: My introduction September 13, 2010