School Fees for 40 Young Girls in Zimbabwe

May 8, 2012

Second Term - The Winter


The winter months are chilly and dry with cold nights and semi-warm days and May is the start of winter.  This is when the summer crop reserves keep people going.  Schools are back from the first break and starting second term, and so are the girls funded by your generosity. 

We have received photos of some of the ASAP assisted girls who are attending Munyuku School and share them with you now:

Leona Ndonye, born in 1996, is in Form three at Munyuku Secondary School.  Both of her parents are deceased.

Rutendo Kubuya, born September 1997, is in Form two at Munyuku Secondary School.  She is one of four children being raised by her mother.

Kampira Moreblessing, born December 1998, is a Form one student at Munyuku Secondary School. She is one of four children with both their parents deceased.

All of us at ASAP Africa thank you for all of your donations, large and small, to help these deserving girls stay in school.  Please continue to give generously.


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Project Leader

Elizabeth Bara

Executive Director
Peachtree City, GA United States

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Map of School Fees for 40 Young Girls in Zimbabwe