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ZATA Project
9763 East Crestline Circle
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111


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The ZATA (Zimbabwe AIDS Treatment Assistance) Project is an IRS section 501©3 non-profit organization established in Denver, Colorado in cooperation with the University of Colorado Denver and University of California San Diego AIDS experts.

Physician scientists from the University of Colorado Denver and University of California San Diego collaborate with investigators at the University of Zimbabwe in on-going clinical research programs to improve the care and treatment of people with AIDS in Zimbabwe. This collaboration has resulted in funding from a number of governmental and private organizations to conduct research studies to fine the most effective combination of antiretroviral drugs to treat Zimbabwean AIDS patients. Once patients in the study complete their role, they must purchase the drugs on their own, and most cannot afford them.

The purpose of the ZATA Project is to provide antiretroviral drugs and medical care to HIV/AIDS infected patients once they have complete their role in the medical research studies by closely working with the University of Zimbabwe medical faculty to purchase the most cost-effective therapies that will help the most people. 

The ZATA Project distinguishes its fund-raising by selling original Zimbabwean art and artifacts at sponsored events, auctions or sales in private galleries and homes, and on our website. The ZATA Project also solicits grants and funding from corporations and private individuals.