CAAP Board and Staff Members
To improve of quality of life of the poor and vulnerable people of children, youth, women and men in communities
CAAP Trust was established in 2016 by a group of Zimbabwean people who are highly motivated and committed for contributing their time, skills and energies for the development and empowerment of socially disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in Zimbabwe and addressing poverty issues and gender based discriminations.
CAAP is a development organization. It’s a non-government, not-for-profit and non-sectarian, non-partisan organisation working for social development of vulnerable and less developed people. It’s a human-centred NGO. CAAP could also be labelled as an implementing organisation which designs and implements various developmental projects with the financial and technical support of international donor agencies and the government.
CAAP exist to identify and research on developmental needs and constraints of poor and vulnerable people specifically of women, children, youth, men, orphans, people with disability and the elderly in communities and formulate needs responsive interventions in the areas of: Education, Sports & Culture; Health & HIV/AIDS; Gender; Food Security & Livelihoods; Water and Sanitation; Disaster; Environment; Technology and Economic Empowerment. Responds to natural and man-made disasters where the need is imperative by providing different types of relief and recovery assistance in-line with humanitarian response and management standards.