Gore rapera (2019), ndakakwanisa kupindawo mu group re Angel of Hope Foundation rekudzidzisa Madzimai ku gadzira ma reusable sanitary pads, mushure mekunge tadzidziswa kugadzira ma pads ndakabva ndawanawo basa. Izvezvi ndakukwanisa kuchengeta nekuendesa vana kuzvikoro. Ndinotenda Angel of Hope Foundation nekundipa mukana wakadai.
I was informed by my superintended at Hupenyu hutsva children’s home, that Angel of Hope Foundation is rolling out a programme called “Young Women In Male Dominated Trades” for young women from Children’s homes to equip them with different skills in Motor mechanics, Plumbing etc so that they live decent lives post their institutionalization at children’s homes. Through this initiative I learnt that no job is meant for men only and nothing is impossible when you work hard in life. As we speak I am now working as an Auto Electrician.
The main objective of this event was to help student girls to be innovative, skilled ,use their hands and not to indulge in illicit deals and rely on ‘blessers’.To contribute to the economy through working and standing up for themselves. Motivational speakers educated them on different projects and skills they could undertake to eradicate poverty, and urged the tertiary institutes’…
The First Lady of Zimbabwe, Her Excellency, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa, initiated a programme that provides adolescent girls and young women with safe spaces for knowledge sharing, generating a sense of belonging, increasing individual self-esteem, build social skills and break barriers to service and institutional access. Life-changing sessions in various life skills topics are delivered including sessions where the participants have…
The First Lady of Zimbabwe, Her Excellency, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa launched the first-ever Zimbabwe Food and Culture Festival. Zimbabwe Food and Culture Festival is a celebration of our authentic Zimbabwean lifestyle. Through the festival, we celebrated and showcased the evolution and value of authentic Zimbabwean food, drink, languages, arts, and way of life. Acting Dean of African Diplomats and Algerian…
Harare, 6 February 2019 – The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has urged public health facilities to integrate health services to ensure women are provided with an opportunity for cervical cancer screening as early detection is important in enabling treatment before the cancer spreads. Speaking at the World Cancer Day commemorations at Kowoyo Clinic in Goromonzi District in Mashonaland East,…
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