The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) is established as an independent Commission under the Constitution. Its enabling legislation was finalised on the 12th of October 2012 and outlines the mandate and operational modalities of the ZHRC. The overarching objective of this project is support processes aimed at institutional strengthening of the ZHRC.
This project recognizes that CSOs are critical to the building and strengthening of the human rights architecture in Zimbabwe; deepening democracy and enhancing citizen participation in governance affairs. Through this project, CSOs will provide technical and capacity expertise necessary for the promotion protection and fulfilment of human rights in Zimbabwe.
The project seeks to develop food security and sustainable management of natural resources and the environment through among others, enhanced use of traditional and early warning systems, and integrating preparedness and mitigation mechanisms across sectors, policies and programmes.
GEFSGP was established in 1993 after the Earth summit in Rio de Janeiro to provide financial and technical support to community-based projects that conserve the environment and enhance people’s livelihoods.
This project seeks to strengthen and expand the activities of the National Tuberculosis Program by building on activities funded under the Round 5 TB grant to Zimbabwe and addressing some of the remaining identified weaknesses.