Zanoncedo started with only five volunteers in 2012 who selflessly dedicated their time, walking long distances to serve the community. In 2014 the numbers of volunteers grew to twenty-five and the first funding was received from SCAT in 2015 for administration which opened more doors. Teen pregnancies have been reduced as the number of
young people accessing family planning and condoms increased. Zanoncedo’s home based care and health campaigns also led to a decline in treatment default rates.
Windisa Jimana could not find work but the Empowerment Centre in Zanoncedo helped her to improve her skills in order to find employment. The full story here.