Vanavevhu provides for Zimbabwe’s children orphaned by AIDS the resources that a parent would otherwise provide: food, education, and health care.

We are dedicated to the development of at-risk youth by providing education and training that ensures a measurable improvement in their lives.

We give child heads the chance to overcome the obstacles they face as a consequence of the AIDS pandemic, economic crisis, and political uncertainty.

Recent News

On June 13th, sixteen Vanavevhu participants graduated from the REPSSI Tree of Life Program. The program helps our youth acknowledge and embrace the skills that have enabled them to successfully face the challenges of poverty, conflict and the impact of HIV/AIDS in their lives.




Dr. Godson Gatsha, an education consultant in Southern Africa, spent several days at Vanavevhu working with staff and participants to formally assess the progress of our youth and our program.We are also fortunate to have Fungai Katiniji working with us to develop partnerships with local social services offices in Bulawayo. These connections will help ease some of the bureaucratic challenges our participants may face in the aftermath of a parent’s death.

Dr. David E. Kopsell and students in the Agricultural Department of Illinois State University have connected with Tim Klückow and our youth to establish best practices for the market garden including shade requirements, and watering and harvesting schedules for our current and future crops.

Read about all the good things that are happening at V2 Enterprises in our most recent update and sign up to follow our progress in future newsletters.