Making a Plan to Cross the Road Livelihoods Training & Business Modeling for SWATT Huku (Chicken) Livelihoods Recovery Project Trauma Aware Conflict Resolution Training_Moz Team

Oasis Zimbabwe

Org #39436
Vetted since 2018
2002
year founded
$39,565
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Oasis is a movement of communities around the world, working in 10 countries. In each country, Oasis is a locally registered and independent organisation, but we relate together as a global family. Oasis views a community as a local place of activity where we bring together the resources that we and others have, whether locally, nationally, regionally or globally, in order to benefit the whole community. Vision, Mission & Outcomes 1. Vision (what we are working towards) Our vision is for community - a place where everyone is included, contributing and reaching their God-given potential. 2. Mission (what we are doing now to fulfil our vision) Oasis is committed to working in an in... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Asha Emmerson
Asha Emmerson
Team
Asha Emmerson, Rachell Fambisai
Organization Information
264 Chiremba Road
Park Meadowlands
Harare, Harare Province ZW HA HA
Zimbabwe
+263 4 572338
Organization Information
264 Chiremba Road
Park Meadowlands
Harare, Harare Province ZW HA HA
Zimbabwe
+263 4 572338

Project Reports

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Oct 14, 2021
Why Did the Huku Cross the Road?
Huku (chicken), was a wise bird.  Some believed she couldn't achieve much. Afterall, she was small, lived in a very shaky, wire coop, and scratched and pecked day in and day out to gather what...
May 24, 2021
Straight Outta SWATT
When we began SWATT TEAMs as a community movement, our hope as women was to "be the solution" to what we were seeing, and what was normalized in our communities as far as sexual gender-based violence....
Jan 20, 2021
Shoulder to Shoulder
Well, 2021 came in with a bang with the new South African coronavirus mutation having hit Zimbabwe and tripling our infection rates and losses in just a couple of weeks,  plus Cyclone...
 
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