Non Food Items (NFI) Distribution – Beitbridge
Before distribution people not observing social distancing. Lesson on social distance is to be unpacked before receiving NFIs. Hand washing station being set up for beneficiaries to use before receiving their NFIs. Safe drinking water sources are gendered thereby encouraging women participation in Community Health Clubs, a platform used to provide education on issues of GBV.
The platform offers ways of dealing with disease outbreaks. Women empowerment is reinforced through right based approach to programming and gender social inclusion for people living with Disability. Beneficiaries to this include child headed families and those vulnerable. The coming in of a piped water scheme will enhance provision of water thereby limiting the interaction of women with water barons. Beitbridge has a lot of water barons and they are at times reported to have enticed women to bed as women seek favours at congested water points.