Set alongside the powerful Zambezi River, Binga is home to *8,002 older men and women over the age of 60. Our 2400 beneficiaries are supported by our team of dedicated staff and volunteers in Sikalenge, Binga, Sinakoma, Siachilaba and Siansudu wards. Undetterred by the rough terrain our team travel on foot or bicycle to serve the older community spread across this vast district.
The capital city of Zimbabwe is home to *69,476 men and women over 60. It is also home to our country courdinators who coordinate everything from logistics to stakeholder engagement. This team has an infectious can do attitude towards managing , reporting and reviewing all our programmes countrywide.
Zikomo, muli bwanji? Greetings from our implementation partners in Lilongwe. *87,417 men and women over 60 make their home in Lilongwe. Gogo foundation run our sponsored programs in Mitundu where they serve 29 villages. This innovative and dedicated team are joy to partner with.
Our team in the big apple manages our media needs, fundraising efforts and oversee our big event planning globally.This creative and innovative team have a good eye for detail.
They have under their belt our annual United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) side-event, Chosen women's empowerment retreat and "Counting The Gains" an AFRSD 2020 event that Triumph Africa organised and co-hosted alongside United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), the Zimbabwean Government and Helpage International.
Home the outstandingly beautiful and mysterious Chinhoyi Caves. Chinhoyi is home to *2,483 men and women over the age of 60. Our Chinhoyi team are supported by Gogo Huanto (Registered Community Healthworker) as they serve the older community in both the city of Chinhoyi and Banket Township. This vibrant team has a passion for music and often have live music performance on their day centre days.
Awareness-raising, advocacy, and influencing policy are central toTriumph Afrca's work. We welcome the Older Person's Act in Zimbabwe and the universal pension scheme in Malawi. More work lies ahead to ensure effective implementation and review.
Triumph Africa subsribes to the UNDP 2030 Agenda and commitment to 'Leave no one behind'. We also join in the call for a UN Convention on the rights of older people.
Triumph Africa's advocacy efforts continue on local, national as well as on a global level. From speaking to individuals, traditional leaders, government and platfoms including UNECA, Commonwealth Heads of Government our team is commiteted to raising awarenes about the welfare and welbeing of older people in Africa
In working towards our vision and aims, we will demonstrate the following values: