Every day in Zimbabwe, 400 people die of AIDS-related diseases, creating a growing population of orphans and vulnerable children who are either raised by relatives or forced to fend for themselves. People with HIV face a near 100% unemployment rate, while orphans and vulnerable children often can’t afford to go to school. An estimated 1.7 million people are facing hunger, and poor nutrition means that anti-retroviral treatment for HIV often fails. There is widespread stigma and discrimination and a lack of access to services for people with HIV. Livelihoods interventions for these groups are often ineffective, uncoordinated and unsustainable.