The Zaka region
Zaka is a hilly rural region of about 200,000 people in southern Zimbabwe. Most people are subsistence farmers, but the area is dry and crop yields are very often poor. There is little economic activity, and it is difficult to see how many people even survive.
Yet things are changing in 15 rural villages in Zaka. Bopoma Villages’ programs are restoring health through clean water, nutritious food and improved hygiene. Every day, more people living in extreme poverty are being equipped to create better lives for themselves, their families and future generations.
See the difference good nutrition and better health makes to children, and how one school is supporting its orphaned students!
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