Please join us by fundraising for your race. It’s really easy to set up your own fundraising page for ZLP. Just create an account or sign in and you can set up your page through this link: http://www.justgiving.com/fundraising-page/creation/?cid=3048415&eid=6429875 The money that you raise will go straight to ZLP.
This Christmas we are asking you to give just a small donation to help us support our hospitals in Zimbabwe. Just click on the donate button on this page and help us buy them what they need.
ZLP members prepared the latest shipment of donations heading for Zimbabwe. A variety of supporters contributed to bring together a list of items including… 18 emergency bags for life saving equipment 300 + catheter tubes Over 100 injection and insulin syringes Oxygen tubes Over 100 blood tests needles 8 big and small clinic waste bins […]
ZLP is delighted to announce it has won the annual EPUT Quality Improvement award for the work done to help improve mental health services in Zimbabwe. You can read more about this on the EPUT website by clicking this link.
Blood pressure monitors that were recently donated by ZLP were gratefully received by all recipients in Zimbabwe. This generous donation of arm and wrist blood pressure monitors was from a private individual, Phil Ross from Essex, UK and ZLP funded the shipping to Zimbabwe and safe delivery of the monitors. Some monitors were given to […]
You can view some pictures of the ZLP workshops that took place in Harare over the week of 23rd September 2019 here
Donations are an important part of the project’s work. Medical equipment, pre-owned or purchased with donation money are put straight to use in the hospitals. This year we donated equipment worth in excess of £20,000. If you would like to support our project with donations you can use the donate page.
Oliver’s participation in ZLP activities has once again been recognised by his employer. You can read their article via this link.
This year, Blessing Vambe accompanied the ZLP team on the week long trip to Zimbabwe. Find out about Blessing’s experience via his Blog – link here
EPUT have published an article on the team’s recent visit to Harare and Bulawayo, and the recognition by the Zimbabwe government.