Dabane

Siqala Ngamanzi

Simple Technologies – Sustainable Long-term benefits

Dabane Trust- Water Workshops is a lead Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to establishing water and food secure communities within arid and semi-arid areas. The organisation was established in 1991 and registered as a PVO, registration number 25/ 2013.

It works with vulnerable communal farmers in arid and semi-arid areas in the Southern Africa region, but more specifically in the south-western regions of Zimbabwe to alleviate poverty and hunger through appropriate and sustainable land use and water management systems.

Dabane focuses on programmes and activities at the community and household levels where gender relations and HIV and AIDS issues are entrenched.

22nd Waternet Symposium

  Dabane Trust is taking part in the Annual Waternet Symposium which was officially opened by the Minister of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Development, Dr Anxious Jongwe Masuka, yesterday in Victoria Falls. The WaterNet Symposium is running from...

The Nkumbu Sand Dam ignites hope in Makhosi Bhebhe

Makhosi Bhebhe is one of the members who was part of the Nkumbu sand dam (Nsimbi village) construction team. He is a widower aged 50 and lives with his daughter who is aged 20. Bhebhe joined the team constructing the sand dam in 2020 after he came back from South...

World Water Day

#16DaysOfActivism

Ending violence against women, men and children is everyone's responsibility. Let's work together to eliminate all forms of #GBV #16DaysOfActivism #16days #genderbasedviolence

Vacancy Notice

Job Opportunities Open to Internal and External Candidates Vacancies Job Opportunities have arisen within Dabane Water Workshops for a new 5-year program. Dabane Water Workshops is a leading local Non-Governmental Organisation dedicated to establishing water and food...
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