Working in partnership with
families and communities
Since SEED was established in 2005 we have helped both urban and rural communities in Zimbabwe to realise their own potential and to invest in their own futures.
The SEED Project aims to be true to each local context, and work with existing people, skills and resources in order to increase ownership of results and sustainability of future work. We have worked alongside individuals, schools and other community groups to help them escape the poverty trap; find out more about some of our partners and latest project developments below.
urban & rural communities around
SEED works primarily in communities where unemployment, ill health and hunger are high, and opportunities, hope and education are low. Our focus is on empowerment rather than aid, and our aim is for the long-term community sustainability. Our projects are concentrated within a 50km radius of Harare with a current focus on Murehwa, Goromonzi and Chitungwiza”