Sometime last year our Executive Director, Mr. Collin Nyabadza was approached by one American lady, Holli Omori of a USA based organization, the S.E.L.F. Project. The purpose of the contact was to see if she and some of her staff could visit Zimbabwe under the auspices of the Collin Nyabadza Children’s Voice Charitable Trust. Their aim was to visit the country and be
placed at some of our schools that we support and get to coach various sporting disciplines. The two started exchanging notes. However, the visit did not materialize at that time.
This year, Holli once more got in touch with Mr. Nyabadza and Mr. Siqhubumthetho Dube our Board Chairperson and the three started mapping out the way forward in order to make the trip a reality. After all the modalities had been completed Ms. Omori and another staff from their organization, Ms. Hannah Wasserman arrived in Zimbabwe on the 16 th of July, 2017. The following therefore is an article chronicling their Zimbabwean mission:
A United States of America based organization, the S.E.L.F. Project partnered the Collin Nyabadza Children’s Voice Charitable Trust (CNCVCT) to help three rural schools in Bubi District in running sports leadership activities. The S.E.L.F Project is a 501(c)3 American organization which stands for Sports Education Leadership Foundation. They strongly believe in helping boost children and young people’s self-esteem through sports so as to become more assertive in life. Their approach is similar to that of the CNCVCT…..