ZimHealth is a non-governmental, non-profit association, registered in Geneva and established by Zimbabweans living in Europe to mobilise financial, material and human resources to support health services in Zimbabwe.
ZimHealth is administered by an Executive Committee of volunteers and pays neither administrative nor operating costs. All donations received go towards the procurement of clinical, surgical and other commodities for the purpose of refurbishment of clinics in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabweans in the diaspora, as individuals, have shown tremendous willingness and generosity to contribute to the health and welfare of family and friends in Zimbabwe. Collectively, this contribution can achieve more by providing not only for family and friends but also for fellow countrymen and women back home.
ZimHealth unites Zimbabweans from all walks of life in order to mobilise resources which are urgently required to revive and sustain health services in Zimbabwe.
To act as an apolitical, non-partisan network that links Zimbabweans, benefactors and beneficiaries so as to restore quality health services, easily accessible to all, in Zimbabwe.
Worked in the Projects sub-committee for sometime before being elected as Chair of Zimhealth 2018 and re-elected for the second term in 2019. Has a passion for humanitarian work.
Ngonidzashe is a retired civil servant and currently works
Batsi is a public health professional with expertise in water quality and health, and received her PhD from the University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. She works in the Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Health unit at
Rutendo has been working for the World Health Organization (WHO) Headquarters based at Geneva, Switzerland since January 2009
She has recently joined as a member of Zimhealth. Irene is based in the UK and holds a Masters degree in Social Work. Prior to coming the UK Irene worked as a Private Secretary at Chinhoyi University of Technology for
Ian is a retired educational administrator. After a first Licence ès Lettres degree
I have led large infrastructure projects in the United Kingdom, (new 500 bed District General Hospital) and several smaller health facility projects, including Imaging,
She recently earned a Master’s degree in Adult Education (Learning & Development) with the University
With seven years previous experience in primary healthcare
Born in Malawi, Dr Zigomo grew up in Zimbabwe, where she attended Midlands State University and graduated with a Bachelors (Hons) degree in Biological Sciences. She then proceeded
Bongani works as the Software Lead for a French startup in the Greater Geneva area and is a Software Engineer by profession. His passion for technology is only matched