Where We Work


Once on its way to becoming a middle-income country, Zimbabwe’s economy has deteriorated dramatically since 1997. The financial crisis of 2008 saw GDP fall by 17%. Added to this, stalling investments and climate change have damaged the agricultural sector, which supports 60% of the country’s workforce. About 70 percent of Zimbabwe’s population now live in chronic poverty.

We’re concentrating our efforts in Zimbabwe on helping people harness the transformational power of clean, affordable energy and to reduce avoidable deaths caused by smoke from indoor stoves and fires. Alongside this, we’re supporting smallholder farmers, many of whom are women, so they can adapt to climate change and achieve a good standard of living through alternative, but enhanced productive uses of energy.

Northern Ireland

Our work focuses on grassroots entrepreneurship and empowerment for women and their communities in the region.

  • Mobilise financial resources
  • Offer help to victims of COVID-19
  • Food
  • Shopping for people on high risk
  • Clothing
  • Counselling
  • Shelter
  • Support vulnerable children
  • Care and support victims of HIV
  • Support the orphans
  • Support widow
  • Support the disabled
  • Help those in need of education
  • Facilitate funding for healthcare needs
  • Promote and assist with Income generating Projects in local
  • communities

United Kingdom

Together with our supporters, volunteers, campaigners and local and national partners, Here in the UK we achieved a huge amount of goals.
We are continuously evaluating the work that we do to people. However, we don't always use this cumulative knowledge, evidence and learning to the full as we don't always share what we've learned effectively.
We also want to focus more of our support on enabling our local partners to sustain, grow and continuously improve the valued services they provide locally and, in doing so, reach more of the older people who need us most.