Sustaining Prevention, Care and Support Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) in Zimbabwe

The goal of the Activity is to improve health, safety, education and stability outcomes for orphans and other vulnerable children, adolescents, and youth affected and infected by HIV in Zimbabwe.

The Activity has four objectives:
● Objective 1:
Improve access to HIV care and treatment

services for children, adolescents, and youth ● Objective 2:
Strengthen child and family safety skills through improved access to HIV and GBV prevention, GBV response, and child protection services ● Objective 3:
Improve economic stability and educational attainment for vulnerable children and their families ● Objective 4:
Strengthen local systems for planning, coordinating, monitoring and assuring the quality of services for vulnerable children and their families
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USAID Foreign Assistance for Programs Overseas

Agency for International Development

Agency: Agency for International Development

Office: Zimbabwe USAID-Harare

Estimated Funding: $4,480,000

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