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Testimonial: Hope for the Hopeless

Testimonial: Hope for the Hopeless

BAPZ helped me when I couldn’t bear the pain. Only time could tell when my fate would be sealed.

By: Evelyn Dube
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Mission

To prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/AIDS to protect unborn Zimbabwean children from acquiring HIV/AIDS and improve the morbidity and mortality and future of Zimbabwean children with HIV/AIDS.

  • BAPZ/HIV Equal AIDS Musical Festival in Bulawayo, April 23, 2016

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    BAPZ/HIV Equal AIDS Musical Festival in Bulawayo, April 23, 2016
    BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe (BAPZ) hosted yet another HIV Equal HIV/AIDS Musical Festival and worked alongside partner organizations to test 984 people for HIV. The NGO reached milestones as it found a 12% positivity rate, and as it tested 36% men and 33% Adult Girls and Young Women (AGYW). Watch the video to see all of the partners who helped make this event a success!    
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  • HIV Equal in Ndimukule

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    HIV Equal in Ndimukule
    145 people were tested for HIV and photographed to fight the stigma associated with the virus.
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  • HIV Equal event in Vic Falls

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    HIV Equal event in Vic Falls
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  • The Message and the Music: A BAPZ Documentary

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    The Message and the Music: A BAPZ Documentary
      Music does in fact make the people come together. BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe is proud to share with you our new mini documentary, produced by Scott Frosch, chronicling the incredible success of the music festival and testing event we recently held in Zimbabwe at the Netball Complex in Mbare.  
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  • Guardian Angel Programme

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    Guardian Angel Programme
      There are well over one million orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in Zimbabwe who have lost one or both parents to HIV/AIDS, with 10,000 estimated to be living in Hwange District, the area wherein BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe (BAPZ) conducts most of its work as a registered NGO. Although approximately one million children lost UNICEF BEAM educational funding for tuition, books and uniforms in 2014, BAPZ has successfully launched its GUARDIAN ANGEL PROGRAMME (ZIMGAP) to acquire funding through its donor organization,  World Health Clinicians , along with donations for such fees. Through BAPZ's ZIMGAP programme, more than 400 children have returned to primary, secondary and even university level
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