BAPZ Guardian Angel Programme Donates Solar Lamps to Students
Guardian Angel recently donated some rechargeable solar lamps to its Rural Secondary School beneficiaries in Hwange District.
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 Projects:BAPZ Speaks With Roy Dhlamini About Voluntary Male CircumcisionRoy Dhlamini talks with BAPZ about voluntary male circumcision.Learn More
BAPZ Projects:BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe Highlights Successes in New VideoBEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe recently compiled a video to highlight some of the successes it has seen in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, located in the province of Matabeleland North. It has achieved many milestones by paralleling its mission alongside that of the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care and by developing partnerships with organizations such as Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), UNAIDS, USAID, the Zimbabwe National AIDS Council, Zimbabwe National Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (ZNNP+), PSI, FHI360, among many others. Through its work, BAPZ has: Tested roughly 8,000 people for HIV throughout Zimbabwe Helped to prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV AssistedLearn More
BAPZ Projects:BAPZ Joins GlobalGiving, Raises Funds to Send Orphans Back to SchoolBEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe (BAPZ) is working through GlobalGiving to raise more than $98,000 to help fund its Guardian Angel Program, which sends orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) back to primary, secondary and university-level school. It covers the $300 average yearly cost per child for books, uniforms, tuition and school supplies. There are nearly one million children in Zimbabwe who have been orphaned by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. But BAPZ is doing its part to help those within its jurisdiction in Matabeleland North return to school and to have a chance at a brighter future. With the help of private donations, it can expand its reach and make a difference in more children's lives. To learn more about theLearn More
BAPZ Projects:Saving Zimbabwe's Next Generation
Putting an end to mother-to-child HIV transmission can help stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic for good.
BAPZ Projects:BAPZ/NAC HIV Equal AIDS Musical Festival in Kadoma, April 2nd
Thousands of people came out on April 2, 2016 to the BEAT AIDS Project (BAPZ)/NAC HIV Equal AIDS Musical Festival in Kadoma, Zimbabwe.