About Us

Our Vision

To build socio-economically resilient communities.

Our Mission

To alleviate poverty amongst vulnerable communities especially women and youth through capacity development, entrepreneurship and partnerships for sustainable development.

Core Values


Accountability and Transparency

Teamwork and Inclusiveness



About HIH Zimbabwe

Hand in Hand Zimbabwe is a non-profit organization that helps resource limited and marginalized people in rural communities, particularly women and youth, to create better livelihoods for themselves and their families through interventions which increase economic opportunities.

This, the organization achieves through delivering modular entrepreneurial development training, which is integrated with cross-cutting components such as motivation, health, gender, and environment. Thus, Hand in Hand Zimbabwe commits itself to implementing sustainable interventions that contribute to fighting challenges such as food insecurity, poverty and an unattainable economy and effects of climate change that threaten individual and household wellbeing. Hand in Hand Zimbabwe has a six (6) module business development training that is delivered over six (6) months and cross cutting manuals in gender, environment and motivation on which target group capacitation is premised on.

The organisation was registered as development Trust in July 2015 and as a Private Voluntary Organisation (PVO) on the 5th of May 2020.

The organization presently operates in the following districts: Bulilima and Gwanda in Matabeleland South Province, Lupane and Nkayi in Matabeleland North Province, Chirumanzu and Shurugwi in Midlands Province and Chikomba district in Mashonaland East Province.

Hand in Hand Zimbabwe competencies are in the following areas:

  • Social Mobilization and Institutional Capacity Building
  • Business Training for Employment Opportunities
  • Promoting Health and motivation
  • Gender mainstreaming
  • Environment Mainstreaming through promoting adoption of climate-smart income generation activities, use of renewable energy and agro-ecological practices.
  • Access to Credit & Micro Finance
  • Linking entrepreneurs to sustainable input and output markets
  • Humanitarian Assistance in disaster risk areas
  • Local Partnerships/Stakeholder Engagement: The organisation also pursues the existing bilateral coordination and implementation structure among government stakeholders to ensure an integrated project delivery approach is aligned with the government’s priorities as well as realisation of synergies across the components of projects.