Danhiko Projects

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Danhiko project is a civic society organisation which works with people living with disability through providing education ,vocational skills and shelter to those living with impairments.

Danhiko is a shona word which means steps, a ladder in which the disabled, the disadvantaged or anyone else could climb from the ground to meet the summit of their aspirations and ability. It was this concept in mind that the Danhiko Project was established soon after Zimbabwe attained its Independence on 18 April 1981.

It was established in Mbare, a suburb in the central district of Harare and moved to its present location in 1982 as it was realized more space was required as the disused kitchen that housed it proved to be small.

Initially, Danhiko Project was established to provide education and skills training as well as rehabilitation to ex-combatants who had abandoned their education midway in order to take part in the war of liberation.

Since they were now grown ups and could not get into formal schools and ome had become disabled due to injuries sustained in the war, there was need to establish an educational institution of their own.

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