Frontline Institute (Zimbabwe)
The Frontline Institute was established in Zimbabwe in 1993. It trains Humana People to People key staff to be in the front line of development and to fight against dehumanising phenomena such as poverty, illiteracy and diseases, and to become Global Activists and Citizens in the process.
The students are chosen among employees in Humana People to People projects, who show commitment to development. The students receive scholarships, paid by Humana People to People members. The aim of the project is to train enough activists to fulfil the current needs at the Humana projects and to pave the way for expansion with more projects and in fields of development. The project has trained 5,180 students since its inception, and it reaches thousands of people through its program at school in the local communities around Frontline Institute, and across countries in southern Africa.