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ABOUT ZIMBABWE

Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe,is a landlocked country located in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers, bordered by South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Mozambique. The capital and largest city is Harare. A country of roughly 16 million people, Zimbabwe has 16 official languages, with English, Shona, and Ndebele the most commonly used.

NATIONAL DAY : 18 APRIL

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ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATIONS IN THE UK

  • The Zimbabwe Association UK
  • The Zimbabwe Association is an independent, charitable membership organization with particular expertise on Zimbabwe, which works with asylum seekers in the UK. It has a network of groups and individuals around the UK providing practical and emotional support to asylum seekers and refugees.

  • Zimbabwe Diaspora Investment Group
  • A business created to streamline the funding and investment search process by introducing qualified business opportunities in Zimbabwe to qualified investors and business partners in the UK and the wider diaspora.

  • Project Zimbabwe
  • Project Zimbabwe is a student led society working in collaboration with colleagues and friends in Zimbabwe. The aim is to support health care students and health care professionals in Zimbabwe. This is achieved through fundraising events. The money raised is used to buy resources such as text books or clinical equipment which are sent to Zimbabwe to be used by the students and health care professionals.

  • Zimbabwe Human Rights Organisation (ZHRO)
  • Zimbabwe Human Rights Organisation [ZHRO - Zorro] were formed out of a desperate need to aid Zimbabwe, but additionally to support those in the UK going through an Asylum Process.

  • Zimbabwe Health Training Support (ZHTS)
  • A UK-based group of nurses, doctors and health professionals who support fellow health workers in Zimbabwe. Set up in 2006 by Zimbabweans in the UK, the charity provides training and support for nurses, doctors, physiotherapists, radiographers, pharmacists and other community health workers.

  • Zim HealthCare Association-UK
  • We are a professional association dedicated to meeting the educational, practice and workplace advocacy needs of Zimbabwean registered nurses and healthcare professionals in the UK health service (NHS and private sector).

  • Royal African Society - Zimbabwe
  • The Royal African Society is a membership organisation that provides opportunities for people to connect, celebrate and engage critically with a wide range of topics and ideas about Africa today.

  • African Palliative Care Association (APCA UK)
  • APCA UK raises funds for APCA’s life-changing work across Africa, through grants from trusts and charities and sponsorship from individual supporters. We also promote awareness of the urgent need for palliative care in Africa, to relieve the pain and suffering of people with life-limiting illnesses. It’s the kind of care we’d choose for ourselves and our families.

  • The Hwange Conservation Society
  • Established in 1992 in response to the growing economic problems in Zimbabwe, HCS has been working tirelessly ever since then to help Hwange National Park in any way it can. As a charity we have two main aims – the first to help and protect the wildlife of the Park, the second to support the people who protect that wildlife, people who do a difficult job under what can be very dangerous conditions.

  • Britain Zimbabwe Society
  • We are a voluntary organisation without paid staff and depend on a our members for contributions, networking and community information in UK.

  • Tag Rugby Trust Zimbabwe
  • The Tag Rugby Trust (TRT) is a UK-based charity that connects with young people and their communities worldwide. Quite simply, we use the power and simplicity of team sport to engage with and educate individuals. Our accessible, community-led programme helps to develop the skills of individuals, as well as providing vital social and humanitarian support. The positive impact of our programme leads to lasting change within whole communities, both in the UK and in developing countries. BUILDING FUTURES THROUGH RUGBY - We're improving the lives of children in Zimbabwe, working with orphanages and government schools using Tag Rugby as a development tool.

  • Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
  • It is easy to write inspiring words to define an organisation’s mission – it is much harder to put those principles in to practice. At the core of MSF’s identity is a commitment to independence, neutrality and impartiality.

  • Mercy Corps - Zimbabwe
  • Zimbabwe struggles with severe unemployment, diminishing access to health and education services and a steady decline in purchasing power. Once the breadbasket of southern Africa, it is now food-insecure and lacks the critical infrastructure and support mechanisms needed to help its most vulnerable citizens and stimulate economic growth

  • Love Zimbabwe Charity
  • We are an independent, non political affiliated charity, working directly with people in different communities in Zimbabwe. Working in partnership with these communities enable us to seek holistic approaches to find solutions to overcome challenges brought by poverty and climate change.

  • The Methodist Relief and Development Fund
  • All We Can is an international development and emergency relief organisation. Focusing on those in greatest need, it is inspired by Christian principles, with its roots in the British Methodist Church.

  • Zimbabwe Community Group in Reading
  • To establish Zimbabwean values and identity in the UK, foster Community Cohesion and Intergration, create a platform to interact, share ideas, advance cultural beliefs, explore, and savor together the roots and origins of the Zimbabwean People.

  • Oxfam in Zimbabwe
  • Oxfam's project to provide reliable electricity in rural communities in Zimbabwe relies on your generosity.

  • Tariro UK
  • 'Tariro' means 'Hope' in Shona, one of the two main languages of Zimbabwe. We are a small grant making charity based in the UK that raises money to support orphans or young people whose one parent can’t look after them anymore.

  • Tearfund
  • Tearfund has worked in Zimbabwe for more than three decades. We operate through several partner organisations and local churches. We are encouraging change across Zimbabwe through an approach known as church and community transformation (CCT).

  • Progressio UK
  • The 'Action for Better Governance' project will enable ordinary Zimbabweans to make concrete advances in their livelihoods, not through aid handouts, but by influencing local and provincial government. Progressio’s advocacy specialist will train local partner staff at the Zimbabwe Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJPZ) who in turn will train women and men from the local community in setting up and running Parish Advocacy committees.

    ZIMBABWE EMBASSY IN UNITED KINGDOM

    Embassy

    High Commission of Zimbabwe in London

    Address

    429 Strand, London WC2R 0SA., United Kingdom

    Telephone

    +44-20-7836-7755

    Fax

    +44-20-7379-1167

    Email

    zimlondon@yahoo.co.uk



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