We built a rural early learning centre in Zimbabwe that was inspired by seeing children walk long distances to school, they would cross busy roads that are potentially.
This school is currently extremely basic, two hall classrooms with chalk boards, plastic chairs, minor learning aids amongst other things.
The school was meant to open in the beginning of 2020, however as a result of the Pandemic, we ended up opening it in 2021. We're still busy working on it to get it to its full functionality.
We have enrolled Seventy Five boys and girls, who are all being taught by two teachers that we're currently paying full time.
We also consistently provide a full meal a day to these kids in order to ensure performance and healthy brain growth.
Tackling Educational Needs
We are so grateful for our humble beginnings. We are products of bursary schemes which helped some of us to complete our tertiary education.
Somebody somewhere believed in us and in return, we run a few mentoring programs for the youth and do motivational speaking at previously disadvantaged schools. We plan on spending our time in the future formalizing this structure.
No girl child should miss school because she is at that time of the month, we donate sanitary towels every month to disadvantaged schools in Musina, Limpopo.
This is a simple but effective initiative that contributes to girls staying in school.
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