International Women’s Day Commemoration

Zimbabwe Parents of Handicapped Children Association joined the world in commemorating the International Women’s Day. This year, the theme for International Women’s Day, “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world”. Women should be given equal opportunity in accessing quality education, health services and in decision making. Women’s full and effective participation…

ZPHCA, GOVERNMENT CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR PWDS

The Zimbabwe Parents of Handicapped Children Association (ZPHCA) together with other organisations presented their queries to the Government during the belated celebrations of the International Day for Persons with Disabilities. As the promulgation of the Disabled Persons Act (Chapter 17; 01) of 1992 attests to Government’s commitment to promote the capabilities and advance the capacities…

ADRIAN MUNYORO AMONG ZIMBABWEAN YOUTHS FOR BULEMAZI

Following his proven leadership skills, Adrian Munyoro, the Chairman of the Young Voices, a department of Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe (LCDZ) was chosen to participate in a project started in 2017 by FK Norway in collaboration with Parents of Disabled Children Association of Malawi (PODCAM) and the Zimbabwe Parents of Handicapped Children Association (ZPHCA). The…

GRASSROOTS WOMEN MOTHERS OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITY GRAPPLE WITH ADVERSE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

By Byron Mutingwende The Global Community is living no stone unturned in their endeavour to develop sustainable community responsive strategies to ensure adaptability and resilience in the wake of extreme hunger and severe poverty. Zimbabwe Parents of the Handicapped Children joined the Global Community in making frantic efforts to ensure grassroots women particularly mothers of…