Free Divine International Trust

Free Divine International Trust An NGO in Zimbabwe that focuses on Crime Prevention, Rehabilitation and Re-integration of ex-inmates into the society. 2.1.1 To focus on crime prevention and rehabilitation of ex-convicts.
2.1.2 To create crime preventing awareness through seminars and workshops.
2.1.3 To come up with a formula to re-integrate offenders back into society.
2.1.4 To organize programs for ex convicts when they intermingle with members of the society.
2.1.5 To promote self sustaining projects among convicts.
2.1.6 To facilitate in non violent conflict resolution and self sustainable projects among members of the society in order to curb crime.
2.1.7 To educate the society on the dangers of crime and its effects on the individual, family community and the country.

14/04/2014

We would like to thank all who took part in the march and clean-up campaign. Our sponsors - ZIMRA and Innovative and partnering organizations - OCOFT, Prison Fellowship, Zimbabwe Women for Hope, thank you for this worthy cause. Ex-inmates who participated, City Council for providing cleaning materials. Many thanks to Biggie Tembo Jr for gracing the occasion entertaining public with yester-year music. It was all good, CRIME PREVENTION BEGINS WITH ME!

07/04/2014

FDIT will be having a an Awareness March and Clean-up Campaign in Harare CBD on Friday 11 April 2014. The march which will commence at Corner Robert Mugabe and Leopod Takawira at 10am ends at 1st Street marching along RMugabe Way. The march will be led by the Prison Band with Inmates from Chikurubi Prisons, Ex-inmates and other supporting members of other organizations such as Zimbabwe Prison Fellowship, ZACRO, PORA amongst others. The clean-up will done along First Street. The aim of the march is to raise awareness on crime and encourage society to accept the ex-offenders back into society so as to reduce re-offending. We would also like to invite those who were released by Amnesty to participate in the campaign. FDIT will be preparing a documentary based on the research made on how society have so far viewed the ex-offenders. Willing members of the public are welcome to join the organization in giving their views on reintergration of ex-offenders into society. Those willing to share their views should join in the campaign, as we are also bringing Music Artists to weigh-in with their views in regard with this matter. The march and clean-up will end at 12pm.

For more details contact on 0713 630 852 or 0713 891 266
or [email protected]

16/03/2014

Why cant we just prevent crime? It is everyone's responsibility to prevent crime! It Begins with me!

18/02/2014

Zimbabwe is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and sexual exploitation; large scale migration of Zimbabweans to surrounding countries - as they flee a progressively more desperate situation at home - has increased; rural Zimbabwean men, women, and children are trafficked internally to farms for agricultural labor and domestic servitude and to cities for domestic labor and commercial sexual exploi...tation; young men and boys are trafficked to South Africa for farm work, often laboring for months in South Africa without pay before "employers" have them arrested and deported as illegal immigrants; young women and girls are lured abroad with false employment offers that result in involuntary domestic servitude or commercial sexual exploitation; men, women, and children from neighboring states are trafficked through Zimbabwe en route to South Africa ...LETS PREVENT CRIME TOGETHER! ITS MY RESPONSIBILITY AS AN INDIVIDUAL!See More

18/02/2014

FDIT will be carrying out a Volunteer Recuit in all Provinces of Zimbabwe in April 2014. If you have qualifications in Social Work/ Sciences, preferably in Law, Psychology, and any other related field do not hesitate to send your resume (cv) now to [email protected] and indicate this ref# VFDIT2014. Those with experience in working with NGOs will have added advantage. Female candidates also encouraged to apply.

23/01/2014

Crime is affecting everyone, so whose responsibility to prevent it? Police or ?????? Think about it! Do you really care for your community?

21/01/2014

Crime has become a cause for concern for Zimbabwean society, there is need for a collective approach to fight crime. Lets bring up ideas together to fight this monster!

02/12/2013
http://www.fdit.org.zw/

FDIT is appealing for donations from willing individuals, corporates and NGOs to set up its offices in one of the Zimbabwean Low Density Suburbs as of 2014. An NGO that was started by ex-inmates and wishes to scale its operations in a more professional manner. This organization is registered under the PVO Act as a Trust. If interested in this cause kindly indicate by sending your response and details to email: [email protected] or. visit our website on www.fdit.org.zw . Lets all join the cause of fighting crime!

02/12/2013
http://www.fdit.org.zw/

FDIT is appealing for donations from willing individuals, corporates and NGOs to set up its offices in one of the Zimbabwean Low Density Suburbs as of 2014. An NGO that was started by ex-inmates and wishes to scale its operations in a more professional manner. This organization is registered under the PVO Act as a Trust. If interested in this cause kindly indicate by sending your response and details to email: [email protected] or. visit our website on www.fdit.org.zw . Lets all join the cause of fighting crime!

21/11/2013

It is our commitment to fight crime through rehabilitation of ex-inmates. Did you know that many crimes committed are habitual? yes usually ex-offenders do have a record of committing either similar or advanced crime than before. It is our duty to prevent crime.

18/11/2013

How best can we fight crime, looking especially at ex-inmates? can they not help us fight crime? what's your view on that?

Address

Harare
+263

Products

1. Crime Prevention Seminars
2. Crime Prevention through Choral Music by Ex-inmates
3. Road Show Campaigns
4. Counseling Sessions
5. Exhibitions on Crime Prevention
6. Project Sustainability Awareness campaigns to ex-inmates

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