Mashambanzou Care Trust (MCT) is a faith based, non-governmental organization that focuses mainly on the dissemination of accurate information, care, support for people living with HIV (PLWHIV) and prevention of the spread of HIV. MCT recognised the effects of the disease and innovatively created a Family Centred Support (FCS) model. The FCS model looks at the patient with a holistic approach of where and with whom they live with thus now offering an integrated service delivery approach to alleviating challenges faced by communities thus leaving no one behind. MCT is very conscious of alignment and seamless fusion of its implementation methodologies to national, regional and international strategies in HIV and AIDS programming, Child Protection, Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) and Gender Based Violence (GBV) programming among others. The organisation is also realising other factors that act as enablers for the pandemic to continue expanding, thus MCT is therefore programming gender norms transformation and economic strengthening in the implementing communities. In addition, programming is also focused on key populations and these include Sex Workers, adolescent girls and boys, teen mothers and women. MCT has further realised the need to build a stronger generation for tomorrow as a way of sustainably creating resilient communities and thus implements educational assistance projects to help alleviate poverty and afford an opportunity to quality education amongst OVCs who are affected and infected by HIV and AIDS. Operational Areas for Outreach Programming -Tafara, Mabvuku, Caledonia/ Eastview, Glen Norah, Highfield, Hopley, Mbare, Dzivarasekwa Main and Dzivarasekwa Extension, Zvimba Rural District (Wards 24, 25, 26 and 35).

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