Basic Organization Information
HIV/AIDS Zimbabwe Charity, Inc.
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- NTEE Category:
R Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy
R01 Alliance/Advocacy Organizations
G Disease, Disorders, Medical Disciplines
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- How This Organization Is Funded:
Personal donations from staff (2010) - $6,670
Online donations (2011) - $4,441
HIV/AIDS|ZIMBABWE CHARITY, INC., (HAZ) is a non-profit organization
conducting charitably work in Zimbabwe, with the aim of providing
life-saving and living support to Zimbabweans living with HIV/AIDS or
directly affected by HIV/AIDS. We do this in partnership with various
stakeholders to ensure an inclusive, far-reaching and sustainable
Dr Joshua M Dziba, Ph.D.
The recent global economic downturn has brought about very difficult challenges to our operations. As a result, our current efforts are focused on sustaining the HIV patients within our Clinical Services Program (CSP). We have had to shut down our two offices in Zimbabwe, as a cost-saving measure, and have reverted to an all-volunteer, non-paid skeletal staff, in order to ensure that we are able to continue delivering life-saving medications to our patients in the CSand are relying solely on small donations, personal donations from some of our staff, and fundraisers. Any support that you can render to our efforts would go a long way in relieving some of the difficulties we are currently facing in our efforts.
Board of Directors
Officers for Fiscal Year
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Highest Paid Employees & Their Compensation
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CLINICAL SERVICES PROGRAM
Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines
- Population Served:
Our Clinical Services Program utilizes volunteer clinicians and staff
to deliver social and clinical care and services to HIV positive
patients as well as to clients in our programs, who may themselves not
be HIV positive.
Program Long-Term Success:
We have been providing free medical care to about 50 HIV positive
patients for over two years, and continue to do so in-spite of an
unrelenting funding crisis.
Program Short-Term Success:
We have been providing free medical care to about 50 HIV positive patients for over two years, and continue to do so in-spite of an unrelenting funding crisis.
Program Success Monitored by:
Program Success Examples:
Improved CD4 counts in patients, reduced opportunistic infections in patients, regular access to HIV/AIDS specialists.
Impact Summary from the Nonprofit
Over the years, HAZ has served Zimbabweans ranging in age from 1 year old babies, all the way to adults. Our aim is to impact family units affected by HIV/AIDS, so we serve both males and females equally. Our past activities have included a baby formula project, which delivered powdered baby milk to orphaned infants for one year, in-kind donations to single HIV positive mothers in Bulawayo, placement of HIV patients into established treatment facilities in Bulawayo and Harare, and direct treatment of HIV positive patients in Bulawayo and Harare, through our Clinical Services Program.