October 8, 2018: Rekina Chivhange (42) is a widow and farm worker working at a horticulture farm in Mount Hampden, Zimbabwe. Rekina has worked as a general hand for 5 years at the farm.  - For HIVOS
       
     
 October 8, 2018: Rekina walks to a man-made dam near her home to fetch water for washing her dishes and clothes. The area is rife with informal brick makers, that have created mini-dams in the process of digging sand to make bricks. Because the water is not protected, she accesses water for drinking and cooking at a borehole near her home.  - For HIVOS
       
     
 October 20, 2018: Rekina arranges harvested Aster Dark Milka flowers in buckets awaiting transportation to the grading shed where they are graded according to height and packed for shipment.  - For HIVOS
       
     
 October 20, 2018: “Since I started working at the farm, I have never received protective gloves to use when harvesting flowers. We use our bear hands and over time the flowers cut through the skin and leave dye on our hands.” -  For HIVOS
       
     
 October 20, 2018: Rekina walks home from work. Every day she treks the 8.3-kilometre roundtrip. -  For HIVOS
       
     
 City of Harare staff and MSF work on a borehole in Glen View high density surburb in Harare, Zimbabwe. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     
 City of Harare staff work on fixing a delapidated borehole in Glen View high density suburb in Harare. Boreholes are the main source of drinking water in the outbreak prone area. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     
 MSF team members offload pipes to start the process of diagnosing the health of a borehole. Boreholes are the main source of drinking water in the outbreak prone area. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     
 Back view of the data logging probe being lowered into the borehole. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     
 Children access safe, clean water from a community borehole in Budiriro. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     
 October 17, 2018: Nurse Mhepo draws blood from a from a pregnant client at Jari Clinic in Chirau, in Zvimba district.  - For Crown Agents
       
     
 October 17, 2018: Community Health Nurse Mr Matare (L) and Senior community health nurse Uteya conduct the monthly data verification process at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district. The process is to access whether what was declared on the T5 register tallies with what is in their source register.  - For Crown Agents
       
     
 October 17, 2018: A view of data imputing on a tablet that is used at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district.  - For Crown Agents
       
     
 October 17, 2018: Nurse Mhepo takes stock of the drug stocks at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district. -  For Crown Agents
       
     
 Esther Mwale, a teen connector at Marie Stopes Zambia’s Divine Diva Centre, celebrates with her hockey teammates. -  For Marie Stopes International UK
       
     
 Witness runs a garage in Mashawa with his friend and  business partner Patmos Masocha, who he met when both were in VSO-supported  vocational training while serving sentences in Mutimurefu  Prison. Here Witness speaks to a customer about his car. -  VSO International UK
       
     
 Patmos Masocha, (41) runs a garage in Mashawa with his friend and  business partner Witness, who he met when both were in VSO-supported  vocational training while serving sentences in Mutimurefu  Prison. Here Patmos helps a young intern at his garage to repair a car. -  VSO International UK
       
     
 Prison uniforms laid out to dry on the floor of the yard at Mutimurefu Prison. -  VSO International UK
       
     
 A student practices his skills in the welding department of Harare Central Prison. -  VSO International UK
       
     
 Female inmates at Chikurubi Female Prison tend to chickens. -  VSO International UK
       
     
 CeSHHAR outreach worker Tanyaradzwa Gwanzura. According to Tanyaradzwa, the Sisters with A Voice Clinic in Mbare attracts up to 300 new clients a month. -  Gates Foundation
       
     
 Belinda Chikerema, an intern at the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in Mbare, demonstrates how to use a female condom to clients at the clinic on July 6, 2018. The clinic provides primary health care, contraception, management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and HIV testing and referral for antiretrovial therapy (ART) to sex workers in Harare.  - Gates Foundation
       
     
 Bathabile Nyathi (27) is a sex worker who joined the trade at the age of 16 and started going to the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in 2009 when she was mocked at a local clinic after having contracted an STI. “The Sisters Clinic are safe spaces for young women who sell sex to find themselves, express themselves and realize their dreams through support without being judged for what they do.” -  Gates Foundation
       
     
 Bathabile Nyathi (27) is a sex worker who joined the trade at the age of 16. At some point in her life she became addicted to drugs and alcohol until she was imprisoned for stabbing a client who had attacked her. “When I was on drugs they (tattoos) were a symbol for loving myself and not giving a f**ck to anyone in the world.” -  Gates Foundation
       
     
 Bekezela Ncube (24) is an intern at the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in Bulawayo. “ Through the training at Sisters Clinic, I am empowered to promote safe sex something I could not do before. Young women are vulnerable and at risk because they are not empowered to negotiate for safer sex.” -  Gates Foundation
       
     
 November 3, 2017 - The sun rises over Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare.  - For UNDP
       
     
 November 4, 2017: Sarah Zhanet (49) sits for a portrait in her room in Old Mabvuku, in Harare, Zimbabwe. Sarah has been on ART since 2001 and credits her late brother, Peter Joaneti (portrait next to Jesus) for helping her accept her status and seek treatment.  - For UNDP
       
     
 November 3, 2017: Lloyd Whinya (18) poses for a portrait at an adolescent support centre at Wilkins Hospital in Harare, Zimbabwe. Lloyd is a Community Adolescent Treatment Supporter who helps HIV positive teens make it to their review appointments, offer counselling services and co-ordinates support group meetings.  - For UNDP
       
     
 November 7, 2017: Melisa Little (30) is a commercial sex worker who has been on ART since she found out about her status in 2015. “With clients who want to have unprotected sex, I tell them that I am on ART and that if they have a family, I don’t want to endanger them.”  - For UNDP
       
     
 September 5, 2017: Mr Bandawa, a member of Sungano group, chops firewood in preparation of lighting a fire to keep the group's chickens warm overnight in Gokwe South. Sungano group is a 9 member group of people from Bandawa community in Gokwe South who run a chicken project, with support from MeDRa and All We Can, to enable them to earn a living for their families.    - For All We Can
       
     
 September 5, 2017: Mr Bandawa and Regai, who are members of Sungano group, work together to take care of the group's chickens in Gokwe South.   - For All We Can
       
     
 September 5, 2017: Regai, a member of Sungano group, cleans the group's chicken coop.   - For All We Can
       
     
 September 6, 2017: Some members of Sungano group, prepare stress packs for the group's chickens.   - For All We Can
       
     
 September 6, 2017: Gogo King, Sungano group treasurer, poses for a portrait at her home in Bandawa, Gokwe South, Zimbabwe.  - For All We Can
       
     
 September 6, 2017: Sungano group members Regai (yellow vest) and Thulani (red t-shirt) chat at a chicken market in Gokwe South, Zimbabwe.  - For All We Can
       
     
 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five, a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe in her office in Belvedere, Harare.       - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five, affectionately known as DJ Loop by her listeners, speaks during one of her weekly radio show programs on SRHR issues at Star FM Zimbabwe. Every week DJ Loop can be heard across the country on Star FM and Radio Zimbabwe giving vital information on family planning.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five (R), a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe, talks to women during a door-to-door community mobilisation exercise in Caledonia outside Harare, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five (L), a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe, listens while Taona Sande, a client, speaks during a door-to-door community visit in Caledonia outside Harare, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 August 21, 2017: “My greatest moments from working with Marie Stopes is where I have been able to work with people doing mobilisation activities in areas which are very difficult to reach.” - Eugenia Five, a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 9, 2017:  "As I look at the work we are doing as Marie Stopes in the communities, the numbers of women that access our services and we look at the number of maternal morbidity which is decreasing, I believe the hand of Marie Stopes is there because we reaching underserved communities."   (Mirriam Simbanegavi)  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 09, 2017: Women socialise while waiting to access family planning services at a Marie Stopes International outreach centre at the peri-urban suburb of Epworth in Harare, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 11, 2017: Outreach team leader for Mashonaland East, Lovemore Manyemwe, explains how the loop method of contraception works during a group counseling session at Charehwa Clinic in Kagande, Mutoko, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 09, 2017: "I want to have my next child when I get married. For now I want to plan my future, look for work, go back to school and ensure I can take care of the child I already have." - Kudzai Mujuru (19)  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 11, 2017: Tarisai Ndemera (C) shares a joke with fellow women while waiting to access family planning services at a Population Services Zimbabwe outreach site in Kagande, Mutoko.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 10, 2017: A portrait of Nancy Makokoro in Mutoko.  For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 10, 2017: A MSI registration table at an outreach site at Mushimbo Clinic In Mutoko, Zimbabwe.  For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 11, 2017: "I have been able to make developments for my family and myself. I saved enough money to build a bigger house for my family at our home kwaCharehwa, which we completed last year." (Ronia Machado)  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 January 10, 2017: MSI Mashonaland East nurse provider Eve Chirengwa (R) speaks to clients during a group  counseling session at Mushimbo Clinic in Mutoko, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     
 Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, at her home in Zaka District, Ward 4 in Masvingo. With a family of 11, Tsungirirai Madziro receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family.  - For CARE International UK
       
     
 Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family of 11 in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe.  - For CARE International UK
       
     
 From left to right: Samuel Madziro, Tsungirirai Madziro, Ranita Nyaravaza, Dorcus Chimedza, Terrence Madziro, Wayni Madziro, Kimmy Mbukwa, Washe Madziro and Candy Mbukwa. Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family of 11 in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe.  - For CARE International UK
       
     
 Lizzy Hofisi (L) and her husband Robert Hofisi share a light moment while selecting peanuts from their garden at their home in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Mr and Mrs Hofisi are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school.  - For CARE International UK
       
     
 Lizzy Hofisi selects peanuts from her home garden in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Lizzy and her husband, Robert Hofisi, are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school.  - For CARE International UK
       
     
 Lizzy Hofisi tends to her home garden in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Lizzy and her husband, Robert Hofisi, are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school.  - For CARE International UK
       
     
 August 5, 2015: A man on TB treatment shows the medication he used take during a peer educator visit at his home in Mufakosi.  - For International Aids Alliance
       
     
 August 1, 2015: Friends greet each other after a workshop on SRHR in Harare. -  For International Aids Alliance
       
     
 August 1, 2015: Transwomen getting dressed.  - For International Aids Alliance
       
     
 November 11, 2015: Members of the Feminist Action Campaigners (FACers) dance in protest of the curtailing of women's right to self-expression at a local bar in Harare.  - For the FACers
       
     
 December 1, 2015: A member of the Feminist Action Campaigners (FACers) dances during the women's music festival, PanguPangu, in Harare.  - For the FACers
       
     
 October 8, 2018: Rekina Chivhange (42) is a widow and farm worker working at a horticulture farm in Mount Hampden, Zimbabwe. Rekina has worked as a general hand for 5 years at the farm.  - For HIVOS
       
     

October 8, 2018: Rekina Chivhange (42) is a widow and farm worker working at a horticulture farm in Mount Hampden, Zimbabwe. Rekina has worked as a general hand for 5 years at the farm. - For HIVOS

 October 8, 2018: Rekina walks to a man-made dam near her home to fetch water for washing her dishes and clothes. The area is rife with informal brick makers, that have created mini-dams in the process of digging sand to make bricks. Because the water is not protected, she accesses water for drinking and cooking at a borehole near her home.  - For HIVOS
       
     

October 8, 2018: Rekina walks to a man-made dam near her home to fetch water for washing her dishes and clothes. The area is rife with informal brick makers, that have created mini-dams in the process of digging sand to make bricks. Because the water is not protected, she accesses water for drinking and cooking at a borehole near her home. - For HIVOS

 October 20, 2018: Rekina arranges harvested Aster Dark Milka flowers in buckets awaiting transportation to the grading shed where they are graded according to height and packed for shipment.  - For HIVOS
       
     

October 20, 2018: Rekina arranges harvested Aster Dark Milka flowers in buckets awaiting transportation to the grading shed where they are graded according to height and packed for shipment. - For HIVOS

 October 20, 2018: “Since I started working at the farm, I have never received protective gloves to use when harvesting flowers. We use our bear hands and over time the flowers cut through the skin and leave dye on our hands.” -  For HIVOS
       
     

October 20, 2018: “Since I started working at the farm, I have never received protective gloves to use when harvesting flowers. We use our bear hands and over time the flowers cut through the skin and leave dye on our hands.” - For HIVOS

 October 20, 2018: Rekina walks home from work. Every day she treks the 8.3-kilometre roundtrip. -  For HIVOS
       
     

October 20, 2018: Rekina walks home from work. Every day she treks the 8.3-kilometre roundtrip. - For HIVOS

 City of Harare staff and MSF work on a borehole in Glen View high density surburb in Harare, Zimbabwe. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     

City of Harare staff and MSF work on a borehole in Glen View high density surburb in Harare, Zimbabwe. - For Médecins Sans Frontières

 City of Harare staff work on fixing a delapidated borehole in Glen View high density suburb in Harare. Boreholes are the main source of drinking water in the outbreak prone area. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     

City of Harare staff work on fixing a delapidated borehole in Glen View high density suburb in Harare. Boreholes are the main source of drinking water in the outbreak prone area. - For Médecins Sans Frontières

 MSF team members offload pipes to start the process of diagnosing the health of a borehole. Boreholes are the main source of drinking water in the outbreak prone area. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     

MSF team members offload pipes to start the process of diagnosing the health of a borehole. Boreholes are the main source of drinking water in the outbreak prone area. - For Médecins Sans Frontières

 Back view of the data logging probe being lowered into the borehole. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     

Back view of the data logging probe being lowered into the borehole. - For Médecins Sans Frontières

 Children access safe, clean water from a community borehole in Budiriro. -  For Médecins Sans Frontières
       
     

Children access safe, clean water from a community borehole in Budiriro. - For Médecins Sans Frontières

 October 17, 2018: Nurse Mhepo draws blood from a from a pregnant client at Jari Clinic in Chirau, in Zvimba district.  - For Crown Agents
       
     

October 17, 2018: Nurse Mhepo draws blood from a from a pregnant client at Jari Clinic in Chirau, in Zvimba district. - For Crown Agents

 October 17, 2018: Community Health Nurse Mr Matare (L) and Senior community health nurse Uteya conduct the monthly data verification process at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district. The process is to access whether what was declared on the T5 register tallies with what is in their source register.  - For Crown Agents
       
     

October 17, 2018: Community Health Nurse Mr Matare (L) and Senior community health nurse Uteya conduct the monthly data verification process at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district. The process is to access whether what was declared on the T5 register tallies with what is in their source register. - For Crown Agents

 October 17, 2018: A view of data imputing on a tablet that is used at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district.  - For Crown Agents
       
     

October 17, 2018: A view of data imputing on a tablet that is used at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district. - For Crown Agents

 October 17, 2018: Nurse Mhepo takes stock of the drug stocks at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district. -  For Crown Agents
       
     

October 17, 2018: Nurse Mhepo takes stock of the drug stocks at Jari Health Clinic in Chirau in Zvimba district. - For Crown Agents

 Esther Mwale, a teen connector at Marie Stopes Zambia’s Divine Diva Centre, celebrates with her hockey teammates. -  For Marie Stopes International UK
       
     

Esther Mwale, a teen connector at Marie Stopes Zambia’s Divine Diva Centre, celebrates with her hockey teammates. - For Marie Stopes International UK

 Witness runs a garage in Mashawa with his friend and  business partner Patmos Masocha, who he met when both were in VSO-supported  vocational training while serving sentences in Mutimurefu  Prison. Here Witness speaks to a customer about his car. -  VSO International UK
       
     

Witness runs a garage in Mashawa with his friend and business partner Patmos Masocha, who he met when both were in VSO-supported vocational training while serving sentences in Mutimurefu Prison. Here Witness speaks to a customer about his car. - VSO International UK

 Patmos Masocha, (41) runs a garage in Mashawa with his friend and  business partner Witness, who he met when both were in VSO-supported  vocational training while serving sentences in Mutimurefu  Prison. Here Patmos helps a young intern at his garage to repair a car. -  VSO International UK
       
     

Patmos Masocha, (41) runs a garage in Mashawa with his friend and business partner Witness, who he met when both were in VSO-supported vocational training while serving sentences in Mutimurefu Prison. Here Patmos helps a young intern at his garage to repair a car. - VSO International UK

 Prison uniforms laid out to dry on the floor of the yard at Mutimurefu Prison. -  VSO International UK
       
     

Prison uniforms laid out to dry on the floor of the yard at Mutimurefu Prison. - VSO International UK

 A student practices his skills in the welding department of Harare Central Prison. -  VSO International UK
       
     

A student practices his skills in the welding department of Harare Central Prison. - VSO International UK

 Female inmates at Chikurubi Female Prison tend to chickens. -  VSO International UK
       
     

Female inmates at Chikurubi Female Prison tend to chickens. - VSO International UK

 CeSHHAR outreach worker Tanyaradzwa Gwanzura. According to Tanyaradzwa, the Sisters with A Voice Clinic in Mbare attracts up to 300 new clients a month. -  Gates Foundation
       
     

CeSHHAR outreach worker Tanyaradzwa Gwanzura. According to Tanyaradzwa, the Sisters with A Voice Clinic in Mbare attracts up to 300 new clients a month. - Gates Foundation

 Belinda Chikerema, an intern at the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in Mbare, demonstrates how to use a female condom to clients at the clinic on July 6, 2018. The clinic provides primary health care, contraception, management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and HIV testing and referral for antiretrovial therapy (ART) to sex workers in Harare.  - Gates Foundation
       
     

Belinda Chikerema, an intern at the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in Mbare, demonstrates how to use a female condom to clients at the clinic on July 6, 2018. The clinic provides primary health care, contraception, management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and HIV testing and referral for antiretrovial therapy (ART) to sex workers in Harare. - Gates Foundation

 Bathabile Nyathi (27) is a sex worker who joined the trade at the age of 16 and started going to the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in 2009 when she was mocked at a local clinic after having contracted an STI. “The Sisters Clinic are safe spaces for young women who sell sex to find themselves, express themselves and realize their dreams through support without being judged for what they do.” -  Gates Foundation
       
     

Bathabile Nyathi (27) is a sex worker who joined the trade at the age of 16 and started going to the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in 2009 when she was mocked at a local clinic after having contracted an STI. “The Sisters Clinic are safe spaces for young women who sell sex to find themselves, express themselves and realize their dreams through support without being judged for what they do.” - Gates Foundation

 Bathabile Nyathi (27) is a sex worker who joined the trade at the age of 16. At some point in her life she became addicted to drugs and alcohol until she was imprisoned for stabbing a client who had attacked her. “When I was on drugs they (tattoos) were a symbol for loving myself and not giving a f**ck to anyone in the world.” -  Gates Foundation
       
     

Bathabile Nyathi (27) is a sex worker who joined the trade at the age of 16. At some point in her life she became addicted to drugs and alcohol until she was imprisoned for stabbing a client who had attacked her. “When I was on drugs they (tattoos) were a symbol for loving myself and not giving a f**ck to anyone in the world.” - Gates Foundation

 Bekezela Ncube (24) is an intern at the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in Bulawayo. “ Through the training at Sisters Clinic, I am empowered to promote safe sex something I could not do before. Young women are vulnerable and at risk because they are not empowered to negotiate for safer sex.” -  Gates Foundation
       
     

Bekezela Ncube (24) is an intern at the Sisters with a Voice Clinic in Bulawayo. “ Through the training at Sisters Clinic, I am empowered to promote safe sex something I could not do before. Young women are vulnerable and at risk because they are not empowered to negotiate for safer sex.” - Gates Foundation

 November 3, 2017 - The sun rises over Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare.  - For UNDP
       
     

November 3, 2017 - The sun rises over Zimbabwe’s capital city, Harare. - For UNDP

 November 4, 2017: Sarah Zhanet (49) sits for a portrait in her room in Old Mabvuku, in Harare, Zimbabwe. Sarah has been on ART since 2001 and credits her late brother, Peter Joaneti (portrait next to Jesus) for helping her accept her status and seek treatment.  - For UNDP
       
     

November 4, 2017: Sarah Zhanet (49) sits for a portrait in her room in Old Mabvuku, in Harare, Zimbabwe. Sarah has been on ART since 2001 and credits her late brother, Peter Joaneti (portrait next to Jesus) for helping her accept her status and seek treatment. - For UNDP

 November 3, 2017: Lloyd Whinya (18) poses for a portrait at an adolescent support centre at Wilkins Hospital in Harare, Zimbabwe. Lloyd is a Community Adolescent Treatment Supporter who helps HIV positive teens make it to their review appointments, offer counselling services and co-ordinates support group meetings.  - For UNDP
       
     

November 3, 2017: Lloyd Whinya (18) poses for a portrait at an adolescent support centre at Wilkins Hospital in Harare, Zimbabwe. Lloyd is a Community Adolescent Treatment Supporter who helps HIV positive teens make it to their review appointments, offer counselling services and co-ordinates support group meetings. - For UNDP

 November 7, 2017: Melisa Little (30) is a commercial sex worker who has been on ART since she found out about her status in 2015. “With clients who want to have unprotected sex, I tell them that I am on ART and that if they have a family, I don’t want to endanger them.”  - For UNDP
       
     

November 7, 2017: Melisa Little (30) is a commercial sex worker who has been on ART since she found out about her status in 2015. “With clients who want to have unprotected sex, I tell them that I am on ART and that if they have a family, I don’t want to endanger them.” - For UNDP

 September 5, 2017: Mr Bandawa, a member of Sungano group, chops firewood in preparation of lighting a fire to keep the group's chickens warm overnight in Gokwe South. Sungano group is a 9 member group of people from Bandawa community in Gokwe South who run a chicken project, with support from MeDRa and All We Can, to enable them to earn a living for their families.    - For All We Can
       
     

September 5, 2017: Mr Bandawa, a member of Sungano group, chops firewood in preparation of lighting a fire to keep the group's chickens warm overnight in Gokwe South. Sungano group is a 9 member group of people from Bandawa community in Gokwe South who run a chicken project, with support from MeDRa and All We Can, to enable them to earn a living for their families.  - For All We Can

 September 5, 2017: Mr Bandawa and Regai, who are members of Sungano group, work together to take care of the group's chickens in Gokwe South.   - For All We Can
       
     

September 5, 2017: Mr Bandawa and Regai, who are members of Sungano group, work together to take care of the group's chickens in Gokwe South. - For All We Can

 September 5, 2017: Regai, a member of Sungano group, cleans the group's chicken coop.   - For All We Can
       
     

September 5, 2017: Regai, a member of Sungano group, cleans the group's chicken coop. - For All We Can

 September 6, 2017: Some members of Sungano group, prepare stress packs for the group's chickens.   - For All We Can
       
     

September 6, 2017: Some members of Sungano group, prepare stress packs for the group's chickens. - For All We Can

 September 6, 2017: Gogo King, Sungano group treasurer, poses for a portrait at her home in Bandawa, Gokwe South, Zimbabwe.  - For All We Can
       
     

September 6, 2017: Gogo King, Sungano group treasurer, poses for a portrait at her home in Bandawa, Gokwe South, Zimbabwe. - For All We Can

 September 6, 2017: Sungano group members Regai (yellow vest) and Thulani (red t-shirt) chat at a chicken market in Gokwe South, Zimbabwe.  - For All We Can
       
     

September 6, 2017: Sungano group members Regai (yellow vest) and Thulani (red t-shirt) chat at a chicken market in Gokwe South, Zimbabwe. - For All We Can

 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five, a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe in her office in Belvedere, Harare.       - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five, a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe in her office in Belvedere, Harare.      - For Marie Stopes International

 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five, affectionately known as DJ Loop by her listeners, speaks during one of her weekly radio show programs on SRHR issues at Star FM Zimbabwe. Every week DJ Loop can be heard across the country on Star FM and Radio Zimbabwe giving vital information on family planning.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five, affectionately known as DJ Loop by her listeners, speaks during one of her weekly radio show programs on SRHR issues at Star FM Zimbabwe. Every week DJ Loop can be heard across the country on Star FM and Radio Zimbabwe giving vital information on family planning. - For Marie Stopes International

 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five (R), a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe, talks to women during a door-to-door community mobilisation exercise in Caledonia outside Harare, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five (R), a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe, talks to women during a door-to-door community mobilisation exercise in Caledonia outside Harare, Zimbabwe. - For Marie Stopes International

 August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five (L), a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe, listens while Taona Sande, a client, speaks during a door-to-door community visit in Caledonia outside Harare, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

August 21, 2017: Eugenia Five (L), a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe, listens while Taona Sande, a client, speaks during a door-to-door community visit in Caledonia outside Harare, Zimbabwe. - For Marie Stopes International

 August 21, 2017: “My greatest moments from working with Marie Stopes is where I have been able to work with people doing mobilisation activities in areas which are very difficult to reach.” - Eugenia Five, a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

August 21, 2017: “My greatest moments from working with Marie Stopes is where I have been able to work with people doing mobilisation activities in areas which are very difficult to reach.” - Eugenia Five, a call centre coordinator with Population Services Zimbabwe. - For Marie Stopes International

 January 9, 2017:  "As I look at the work we are doing as Marie Stopes in the communities, the numbers of women that access our services and we look at the number of maternal morbidity which is decreasing, I believe the hand of Marie Stopes is there because we reaching underserved communities."   (Mirriam Simbanegavi)  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 9, 2017:  "As I look at the work we are doing as Marie Stopes in the communities, the numbers of women that access our services and we look at the number of maternal morbidity which is decreasing, I believe the hand of Marie Stopes is there because we reaching underserved communities." (Mirriam Simbanegavi) - For Marie Stopes International

 January 09, 2017: Women socialise while waiting to access family planning services at a Marie Stopes International outreach centre at the peri-urban suburb of Epworth in Harare, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 09, 2017: Women socialise while waiting to access family planning services at a Marie Stopes International outreach centre at the peri-urban suburb of Epworth in Harare, Zimbabwe. - For Marie Stopes International

 January 11, 2017: Outreach team leader for Mashonaland East, Lovemore Manyemwe, explains how the loop method of contraception works during a group counseling session at Charehwa Clinic in Kagande, Mutoko, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 11, 2017: Outreach team leader for Mashonaland East, Lovemore Manyemwe, explains how the loop method of contraception works during a group counseling session at Charehwa Clinic in Kagande, Mutoko, Zimbabwe. - For Marie Stopes International

 January 09, 2017: "I want to have my next child when I get married. For now I want to plan my future, look for work, go back to school and ensure I can take care of the child I already have." - Kudzai Mujuru (19)  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 09, 2017: "I want to have my next child when I get married. For now I want to plan my future, look for work, go back to school and ensure I can take care of the child I already have." - Kudzai Mujuru (19) - For Marie Stopes International

 January 11, 2017: Tarisai Ndemera (C) shares a joke with fellow women while waiting to access family planning services at a Population Services Zimbabwe outreach site in Kagande, Mutoko.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 11, 2017: Tarisai Ndemera (C) shares a joke with fellow women while waiting to access family planning services at a Population Services Zimbabwe outreach site in Kagande, Mutoko. - For Marie Stopes International

 January 10, 2017: A portrait of Nancy Makokoro in Mutoko.  For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 10, 2017: A portrait of Nancy Makokoro in Mutoko. For Marie Stopes International

 January 10, 2017: A MSI registration table at an outreach site at Mushimbo Clinic In Mutoko, Zimbabwe.  For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 10, 2017: A MSI registration table at an outreach site at Mushimbo Clinic In Mutoko, Zimbabwe. For Marie Stopes International

 January 11, 2017: "I have been able to make developments for my family and myself. I saved enough money to build a bigger house for my family at our home kwaCharehwa, which we completed last year." (Ronia Machado)  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 11, 2017: "I have been able to make developments for my family and myself. I saved enough money to build a bigger house for my family at our home kwaCharehwa, which we completed last year." (Ronia Machado) - For Marie Stopes International

 January 10, 2017: MSI Mashonaland East nurse provider Eve Chirengwa (R) speaks to clients during a group  counseling session at Mushimbo Clinic in Mutoko, Zimbabwe.  - For Marie Stopes International
       
     

January 10, 2017: MSI Mashonaland East nurse provider Eve Chirengwa (R) speaks to clients during a group  counseling session at Mushimbo Clinic in Mutoko, Zimbabwe. - For Marie Stopes International

 Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, at her home in Zaka District, Ward 4 in Masvingo. With a family of 11, Tsungirirai Madziro receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family.  - For CARE International UK
       
     

Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, at her home in Zaka District, Ward 4 in Masvingo. With a family of 11, Tsungirirai Madziro receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family. - For CARE International UK

 Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family of 11 in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe.  - For CARE International UK
       
     

Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family of 11 in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. - For CARE International UK

 From left to right: Samuel Madziro, Tsungirirai Madziro, Ranita Nyaravaza, Dorcus Chimedza, Terrence Madziro, Wayni Madziro, Kimmy Mbukwa, Washe Madziro and Candy Mbukwa. Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family of 11 in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe.  - For CARE International UK
       
     

From left to right: Samuel Madziro, Tsungirirai Madziro, Ranita Nyaravaza, Dorcus Chimedza, Terrence Madziro, Wayni Madziro, Kimmy Mbukwa, Washe Madziro and Candy Mbukwa. Tsungirirai Madziro, a CARE cash transfer project beneficiary, receives US$77 a month via a cash transfer to her SIM card from CARE, which helps her cater for the nutritional needs of her family of 11 in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. - For CARE International UK

 Lizzy Hofisi (L) and her husband Robert Hofisi share a light moment while selecting peanuts from their garden at their home in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Mr and Mrs Hofisi are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school.  - For CARE International UK
       
     

Lizzy Hofisi (L) and her husband Robert Hofisi share a light moment while selecting peanuts from their garden at their home in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Mr and Mrs Hofisi are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school. - For CARE International UK

 Lizzy Hofisi selects peanuts from her home garden in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Lizzy and her husband, Robert Hofisi, are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school.  - For CARE International UK
       
     

Lizzy Hofisi selects peanuts from her home garden in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Lizzy and her husband, Robert Hofisi, are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school. - For CARE International UK

 Lizzy Hofisi tends to her home garden in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Lizzy and her husband, Robert Hofisi, are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school.  - For CARE International UK
       
     

Lizzy Hofisi tends to her home garden in Zaka District, Ward 4, Masvingo, Zimbabwe. Lizzy and her husband, Robert Hofisi, are beneficiaries of the CARE cash transfer project which has helped them take their 3 children to school. - For CARE International UK

 August 5, 2015: A man on TB treatment shows the medication he used take during a peer educator visit at his home in Mufakosi.  - For International Aids Alliance
       
     

August 5, 2015: A man on TB treatment shows the medication he used take during a peer educator visit at his home in Mufakosi. - For International Aids Alliance

 August 1, 2015: Friends greet each other after a workshop on SRHR in Harare. -  For International Aids Alliance
       
     

August 1, 2015: Friends greet each other after a workshop on SRHR in Harare. - For International Aids Alliance

 August 1, 2015: Transwomen getting dressed.  - For International Aids Alliance
       
     

August 1, 2015: Transwomen getting dressed. - For International Aids Alliance

 November 11, 2015: Members of the Feminist Action Campaigners (FACers) dance in protest of the curtailing of women's right to self-expression at a local bar in Harare.  - For the FACers
       
     

November 11, 2015: Members of the Feminist Action Campaigners (FACers) dance in protest of the curtailing of women's right to self-expression at a local bar in Harare. - For the FACers

 December 1, 2015: A member of the Feminist Action Campaigners (FACers) dances during the women's music festival, PanguPangu, in Harare.  - For the FACers
       
     

December 1, 2015: A member of the Feminist Action Campaigners (FACers) dances during the women's music festival, PanguPangu, in Harare. - For the FACers