DAPP in partnership with TB Alert received funding from UKAID to implement a three year (2015-2018) TC TB/HIV project titled Reducing HIV and TB Burden by addressing stigma and improving awareness, diagnosis and treatment services amongst rural communities in two districts of Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe. DAPP Zimbabwe and TB Alert worked in the two districts of Chimanimani and Mutasa to conduct active case detection, screen people at their door steps, provided testing, counseling, referral services and home-based care. The project also provided nutritional support and transport for MDR TB patients. The projects approach used the WHO operational guidance on integrating community based TB activities and which are similar to those in the ENGAGE TB. The main objective of the study was to establish baseline levels of knowledge, attitude and behaviour, about TB, and HIV in Chimanimani and Mutasa. The activities which were done by Jimat include: Preparation of inception report; Desk review of existing data; Development and administration of data collection tools; Face-to-face interviews using structured questionnaire; Focus group discussions; Individual semi-structured interviews; and Preparation of final report