what we do

Our programmes

Mutasa District Honde What a beautiful Community. 10 women benefited from the CCO-Ketaaketi microfinance project program.
These are interest free loans that will continue to circulate in these communities and never to return to CCO. 

Financing the education

Financing the education of underprivileged children from Grade 6 to Upper 6

Food and bible distribution

Food and Bible distribution to widows, families of the clergy and prisoners

Rehabilitating street kids

Rehabilitating street kids through providing food, decent shelter, clothing and an opportunity to go back to school

Women Services

Empowering young women, single parents, Widows, SGBV survivors

Financial training

Financial Literacy Workshop & Hand-over of funds to start small projects for women

Women empowerment

The Chiedza Chenyika Organisation recently organized a training session aimed at empowering women

Chiedza Chenyika Organisation in Mutare educating women on business accounting

As Chiedza Chenyika Organisation we recently held a successful meeting in Mutare, Zimbabwe, in which we educated women on business accounting. The aim of this meeting was to empower women and promote entrepreneurship, thereby removing the dependency syndrome prevalent in the country. The women were provided with exercise books and were trained on how to maintain business accounts.

Financial Literacy Workshop

The Chiedza Chenyika Organisation recently organized a training session aimed at empowering women and supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through the production of various household products. The training focused on teaching women how to make yoghurt, pine gel, cobra, and green bar soap. By imparting these skills, women can generate income for themselves and contribute to the economic growth of their communities. Additionally, the production of these products

clothes donations

distribute clothes for women and children at Hatcliffe

Financial Literacy Workshop

Hatcliffe Extension Financial Literacy Workshop & Hand-over of funds to start small projects for women in the Hatcliffe community.

received financial literacy training

Fifty women in Mutorashanga community received financial literacy training today, ten of them also received capital to start their projects. Human capital is the best ideology that will transform our communities and help achieve the eradication of Poverty.

targeting young people

The team of social workers went to Epworth to conduct means testing. With today’s target being the young people within the community, in preparation for peer to peer sessions as well as skills training workshops that we plan to have. We also managed to distribute clothes from our well wishers

received financial literacy training

The women from Bambazonke community managed to receive financial literacy and financial support. It was an interesting engagement and we look forward to testimonies and mobility. Your participation is our goal. Chiedza Chenyika Organisation also had a chance to educate the women on menstrual health related issues. Warm thank you to our partners Farai Family Products.

donating Clothes at Chinyaradzo Chirldren's home

Chinyaradzo Children’s home is a home in Highfield housing children 18 years and below. We paid the home a visit had a chat on various aspects and donated Clothes. The children are in need of support in terms of school fees, food assistance and clothing. Lets rise and support our children, brothers and sisters.
Kindly get in touch if u wish to donate something be it case or it kind, it can make a difference & will go a long way.

Chiedza chenyika Organisation Donated Food

It is our great pleasure as Chiedza Chenyika Organization (CCO) to be in partnership with Women’s University in Africa (WUA) with the agenda of providing nutritional support. Last week we joined hands with WUA and sourced donations for our fellow friends in the Midlands area at Midlands Children 
 

Chiedza chenyika Organisation managed to visit the Marondera Open Prison

A women is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform. Chiedza chenyika Organisation managed to visit the Marondera Open Prison providing women empowerment through our micro finance project. Promoting self actualisation at an individual level.

CCO team went to Mrehwa Primary School (Bocha Marange) and donated stationery

Children are entitled to love, support and care and a nurturing environment that enables them to realise their full potential hence the CCO team went to Mrehwa Primary School (Bocha Marange) and donated stationery exercise books, rulers, punchers and addressed the OVCs and encouraging them to focus on education some motivation to the pupils is always needed to boost their confidence and believe in themselves despite their circumstances

Women were taught the cordial drink making process

Promoting healthy lives through detergent making (skills training). Detergents are very essential for our personal hygiene. Women were taught the cordial drink making process. Women should rise and prevent the spread of infectious diseases, help children lead long and healthy lives, be economically empowered and be financially independent.

Financial Literacy Workshop

Hatcliffe Extension Financial Literacy Workshop & Hand-over of funds to start small projects for women in the Hatcliffe community.

CCO team went to Mrehwa Primary School (Bocha Marange) and donated stationery

Children are entitled to love, support and care and a nurturing environment that enables them to realise their full potential hence the CCO team went to Mrehwa Primary School (Bocha Marange) and donated stationery exercise books, rulers, punchers and addressed the OVCs and encouraging them to focus on education some motivation to the pupils is always needed to boost their confidence and believe in themselves despite their circumstances

Donating Wheelchair

A person with severe Cerebral Palsy might need to use special equipment to be able to walk, or might not be able to walk at all and might need lifelong care. Cerebral Palsy is a motor disability that affects a person’s ability to move and maintain balance..

training session on how to make green bar soap

Chiedza Chenyika Organisation in Milton Park conducted a skills training session on how to make green bar soap. The CCO team participated in the process of preparing and mixing the ingredients up to the end product. Leaving the team with practical skills and knowledge to go out into the community and share the knowledge

women empowerment

Social and economic empowerment for women can have far-reaching consequences, not only for individual women, but for entire communities and societies. At Chiedza Chenyika Organization, we are working with the theme of “Lets empower women and change the world,” as we provide financial and skills training to women in Mwedzi Village. We believe that by equipping women with the tools they need to succeed, we can make a positive difference in the lives of women, families, and communities.

Financial training

Chiedza Chenyika Organisation believes that women are the real architects of society and in respect of the women’s month the organisation took the opportunity to visit Melfort park community for the Women empowerment project and managed to provide financial literacy training,free interest microfinance loans as well as skills training.