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 African Self-help Assistance Programme - ASAP, Zimbabwe is a non profit organization registered as a Private Voluntary Organisation (PVO) in Zimbabwe.Our Programmes are Human Rights Programming and Civic Education, Livelihoods including Microfinance and Micro Enterprise Development, Health and Nutrition, Education improvement, HIV/AIDS mainstreaming, Child rights , child protection and climate smart programming

Better light a candle than curse the darkness! ASAP - Development that works!!

Promoting and building lasting peace and tolerance for sustainable development amongst the youth through sport and dialogue. In favour of policies and programmes that save lives, fight poverty, protect livelihoods and promote economic growth. This is ASAP contribution to promoting peace, tolerance, resilience and constitutionalism. Sport is played according to rules that must be obeyed and respected by all.ASAP presented ten new soccer balls to the organisers of a football tournament for youths. The soccer tournament, being organised in Sakubva, Mutare has attracted youth teams from Harare, Chipinge, Mutasa and Mutare. This is ASAP contribution to productive youth engagement for social change.read more

As part of our promotion of constitutionalism, ASAP is also engaged in peace building activities in Zimbabwe. ASAP has a profile on “Peace Insight” to better reflect the real focus on peace and peacebuilding. Click here to access the link to our profile on Peace Insight
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Since 2001, the ASAP Zimbabwe team has been implementing the Savings Groups (SG) project, a micro-finance project (previously known as Village Savings and Lending). During more than a decade of economic decline in Zimbabwe, ASAP helped thousand of families survive and thrive in eastern Zimbabwe through SG, working in partnership with CARE, Catholic Relief Services, Plan International and Concern World Wide, ASAP helped thousand of families survive and thrive in eastern Zimbabwe.

In 2013 ASAP entered into a new partnership with HIVOS, a Dutch development agency. “People Unlimited” is HIVOs’ motto, supporting social change and rural innovations throughout Africa. Currently in the planning stage, the partnership with ASAP aims to improve service delivery and monitoring in the greater Mutare region of Eastern Zimbabwe. 

ASAP’s expertise and experience in providing SG training continues to help thousands of families generate income in the informal sector each year. First, through a partnership with Plan International, which has been ongoing since 2008, and in 2013, working together with Kindernothhilf, (KNH) - one of the largest Christian Organizations in Europe for children’s aid.read more


In Manicaland Province - eastern Zimbabwe, ASAP in partnership with Action on Women and Girls' Health (AOWGH) are working on a project that seeks to ensure all girls in the project area use safe and comfortable sanitary during their period. The ability to manage one’s menstrual health with adequate knowledge, safety, and dignity and without stigma is an essential human right. While many have faced challenges to achieve this right, the present economic situation in Zimbabwe makes this really hard significantly increasing the numbers of women affected. Consequently, there are now many girls and women in low-resource settings that are not well prepared when menstruation begins. They lack access to information, products, and infrastructure needed to comfortably manage menstruation. Girls’ and women’s health, well-being, and rights are thus compromised when they must isolate themselves from their families; avoid work, community activities, or school; and face risks to their physical safety because of their basic biology. Documented studies show that adolescent girls are especially vulnerable to negative outcomes related to menstruation, including effects on their overall self-esteem and confidence. There can be no doubt that women’s menstural health is a leading issue and it touches each and everyone of us.



For over five years (many more for some sections), the residents of Dangamvura and Chikanga high density locations in Mutare, Zimbabwe have endured life without reliable clean and safe running water in their homes. In the picture the ASAP Zimbabwe Country Director tests one of a few boreholes from which over 20,000 residents must draw water for household use. The need to sink more boreholes at strategic locations in Chikanga/Dangamvura to augment what the municipality is able to provide is self evident read more.




The Mutasa Community at Sekwi Rural Resource Centre has benefitted from a donation of an assortment of furniture, computers, garden tools, building tools, stationery, sewing machines and bicycles, inter alia kindly consigned in a container to ASAP by NhakasVenner and Seniors without Borders in Denmark. The centre also has wifi and will be instrumental in transforming lives in Mutasa through skills training and income generating projects.read more






Manicaland CSO Position Paper Socio-Politico and Economic Presented by Regai Tsunga at the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition: CSO Conference December,2016 !CLICK HERE TO VIEW!

 ASAP Africa Zimbabwe
P.O. Box 1912
Mutare, Zimbabwe
Regai Tsunga, Country Director: regait@asap.co.zw


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