About Us

Diocese of Mutare Community Care Programme (DOMCCP) is a community based organisation working in Manicaland Province of Zimbabwe. Established in 1992 as a Trust, the original focus of DOMCCP was set on reducing the impact of HIV and AIDS through the home-based care programme. This was at a time when there was no anti-retroviral treatment (ART) and many HIV positive people were discharged from healthcare facilities to the care of their families at home. However, the passage of time witnessed an evolution of the AIDS pandemic and the advent of anti-retroviral treatment, which reduced the burden of care from communities. This saw DOMCCP transforming its focus and strategies to address contemporary health and development challenges of communities, especially the marginalized. In 2015, DOMCCP was registered as a Private Voluntary Organisation (PVO) in compliance with the laws of Zimbabwe, showing our serious intention to continue serving the needy with greater accountability within the confines of the law. Our work is guided by successive five-year strategic plans which seek to address challenges facing the people that we work with, in order to improve their lives

Our Vision

Healthy, empowered and productive communities

 

Our Mission

Empower communities to own their development for sustainability and improved standards of life

Areas of Intervention

Pillar 1:
Health and wellbeing
Pillar 2:
Social development and rights
Pillar 3:
Climate change, emergency and resilience
Pillar 4:
Sexual and Gender Based Violence
Pillar 5:
Women Empowerment
Pillar 6:
Inclusion of people living with special abilities
Pillar 7:
Child marriages
Pillar 8:
Water and Sanitary Health
Pillar 9:
Advocacy