What we do:
Provide grants to poor rural schools to build proper classrooms and teachers houses, buy school furniture, sports equipment, computers and other essential items
Provide poor rural schools with grants for the provision of water and sanitation facilities
Provide grants/funds to orphans and other vulnerable rural children for educational related purposes/needs
Provide funds for children who sometimes have to undergo major and life threatening and expensive surgical operations but do not have the funds to do so
Promote volunteer activities among children and youth, so as to inculcate the spirit of giving back to their own communities
Promote sexual and reproductive health of girl children
Assist schools and authorities on how best to create conducive teaching and learning environment through leadership seminars
Assist youth with funds where possible, for self-help activities that would help them shun criminal activities
Assist struggling rural women where possible, with grants to start income generating projects to enable them send their children to school
Provide Special Needs schools/classes with grants to buy equipment
Our team also provides motivational speaking to schools, organisations and to young people. We have a combined total of over 60 years experience in development work among us. We would therefore love to share some of our experiences with others, on how to build stronger rural communities.
Director Collin Nyabadza has over ten years living in Canada and cherishes sharing some of his experiences with fellow Zimbabweans on how children in these developed countries come first and foremost and are given all the opportunity to succeed. By the same token, he also cherishes sharing his Zimbabwean experiences with Canadian communities, especially young people, for the future of every nation is depends largely on the values embedded upon its youth.
The bulk of our team members are school heads or have served as such before. Hence, they would gladly share their expertise and experiences with heads of other rural schools in a bid to help them push their own schools forward.