- Community engagement on budgeting and development processes- Chimanimani Urban
- Chayamiti Primary School classroom block roof destroyed by heavy winds on 4 November 2020
- Hlabiso Health Post nears completion in ward 22. Made possible with support from the Hope Foundation and DAPP
- Devolution funds reconstructs Mhakwe Clinic, now in use after 30 years
- Council supports 15 primary schools with combined desks
The District is located in the South Eastern border of the country (Zimbabwe) grid reference VP6911. Chimanimani District is one of the smallest in the South East of Manicaland province, boarded by Mozambique in the east, Mutare District in the north, Buhera District in the west and Chipinge District in the south. It has an area of 3 450.14 square kilometres. The population of according to 2012 census stood at 134 939 (males 64 745, females 70194) is the smallest with density of 43.48 and 32 578 households.
In size, Chimanimani
For many, access to primary health care is remains a pipe dream and one such community is that of ward 5 (Hotsprings). With a population of 7 022 and 1709 households (census report 2012). The nearest health services for the community is Chakohwa clinic and Nyanyadzi Rural Hospital located 30 kilometers from the furthest household. For households with little income or no ox-driven carts it adds to the limited access to health services.
These challenges will become thing of
Over the years, rural schools have gone through negative transitions that has seen increased infrastructure decay. The absence of adequate financial and material support from responsible authorities has to some extend played a hand. As a result, leading to an unfavourable learning environment that has compromised the learner.
Chimanimani District has many such schools that require support. There are schools with