Rozaria Memorial Trust

RMT was founded in 2007 in memory of the late Mbuya Rozaria Marumisa Dizha (1923 - 2006). She lived 27 years as a widow and her life was an embodiment of hard work, caring, sharing, innovation, self-reliance and creativity. In her lifetime she invested in education, entrepreneurship and community care. RMT advocates for the empowerment and rights of women, children and young people. It supports innovative actions in health, education and entrepreneurship for women and young people in rural communities.
Jun 16, 2015

Winter is Upon Us-Warmth of the Kids a Priority

Dear Rozaria Memorial Trust Development Partner


We acknowledge your partnership with us for the past two ayears as we worked together towards the construction of two classroom blocks at Magaya Primary School. We have moved milestones in the period under review as we managed to construct two classroom blocks. The two blocks have been roofed but flooring, glazing and outside plastering is still to be done. However it is with heavy heart that we report that despite the current state of the classrooms, the students are already using them as the school has acute shortage of learning space.

In the last quarter no much progress has been achieved towards the completion of the work under review. We remain with some hanging work to make the project complete and for us to officially hand over the classroom blocks to the school. The bulk of the work has been done, what only remains is the flooring, plastering, glazing and painting of the two classroom blocks. The completion of the project will not only enhance the learning environment at the school but will also be critical in improving the children enrolment at the school. Recent trends have seen the school losing a bigger number of kids to neighbouring schools because of lack of classrooms. This has been negatively affecting the cash flow at the school in the process hampering infrastructure development.

We are now at the heart of winter but the kids are learning in classroom that are without window panes and which are dust. This has a negative bearing to the health of the children and their educational performance.
Your continued support and interest to this project makes us to realise our dream of providing better learning facilities for the students at Magaya Primary School. For any comments and suggestions, please feel free to contact us at rozaria@africaonline.co.zw or rozariamemorialtrust@hotmail.com
Best regards
Kudakwashe Dizha
Coordinator
Rozaria Memorial Trust
+263-775-336291

Jun 16, 2015

Winter is Upon Us-Warmth of the Kids a Priority


Dear Rozaria Memorial Trust Development Partner


We acknowledge your partnership with us for the past two and half years as we worked with together towards the construction of two classroom blocks at Magaya Primary School. We have moved milestones in the period under review as we managed to construct two classroom blocks. The two blocks have been roofed but flooring, glazing and outside plastering is still to be done. However it is with heavy heart that despite the current state of the classrooms, the students are already using them as the school has acute shortage of classroom blocks.


In the last quarter no much progress has been achieved towards the completion of the work under review. We remain with hanging work to make the project complete and for us to officially hand over the classroom blocks to the school. The bulk of the work has been done, what only remains is the flooring, plastering, glazing and painting of the two classroom blocks. The completion of the project will enhance the not only enhance the learning environment at the school but will also be critical in improving the children enrolment at the school. Recent trends have seen the school losing a bigger number of kids to neighbouring school because of lack of classrooms. This has been negatively affecting the cash flow at the school.


We are now at the heart of winter but the kids are learning in classroom that are without window panes and which are dust. This has a negative bearing to the health of the children and their educational performance.


Your continued support and interest to this project makes us to realise our dream of providing better learning facilities for the students at Magaya Primary School. For any comments and suggestions, please feel free to contact us at rozaria@africaonline.co.zw or rozariamemorialtrust@hotmail.com
Best regards
Kudakwashe Dizha
Coordinator
Rozaria Memorial Trust
+263-775-336291

Mar 13, 2015

The Kids are Now in Class but---

The Kids are Now in Class but---


Dear Rozaria Memorial Trust Development Partner


The year 2015 is the year to complete the project we started together in 2013; the construction of two classroom blocks at Magaya Primary School. We have moved milestones in the past two years which resulted in the two classroom blocks with two (2) classes each being built up to roof level. Your donations have been essential in covering for the labour costs for the project complimenting the gesture of Australian Embassy which donated the building materials to the school.


In the last quarter we managed to plaster the inside of both the two classroom blocks. We are happy that Magaya Primary School contributed to the project through a small grant on School Development it received from the government. The path and targets for the next four months are clear; all the classroom blocks should be floored, plastered outside, glazed and painted. This is essential in providing a liveable environment for the learning of the kids and also for the retention of critical staff members. We are confident that the completion of the project will help to improve the students’ enrolment and pass rate at the school.


As we write this report, the students at Magaya Primary School are already learning in the uncompleted classroom blocks as one of the old blocks at the school is no longer habitable. All the four classrooms on the blocks which are still under construction are occupied; this tells the critical need for the completion of the project. The students are being exposed to wind and dust as there are no floors and window panes.


Your continued support and interest to this project makes us to realise our dream of providing better learning facilities for the students at Magaya Primary School. For any comments and suggestions, please feel free to contact us at rozaria@africaonline.co.zw or rozariamemorialtrust@hotmail.com


Best regards
Kudakwashe Dizha
Coordinator
Rozaria Memorial Trust
+263-775-336291

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