School Fees for 40 Young Girls in Zimbabwe

Mar 12, 2013

The Deserving Girls You Have Helped


Mid January saw a new school year start in Zimbabwe.  The well deserving girls that ASAP is assisting with their school fees have been selected. Their names and photos are below:


Thembinkosi age13,  father is a pensioner, mother in rural area  She stays with a brother who has 3 children


Paraffin   age14  father is late, Mother is a low paid nurse’s aid


Shamiso   age17  both parents are late


Mureyani   age 15 both parents not working


Nyasha   age 15 from a broken home


Tariro  age 16 both parents late


These girls all attend St. Dominic’s High School in Mutare, Zimbabwe where they get a very good education.  You will notice that there are no fancy hairstyles allowed.  The girls are strongly encouraged to focus on their studies with few distractions.  Just by being in school gives these girls an advantage in life.  They have much less chance of contracting AIDS and much greater chance of a better life. Your support is instrumental in making this happen. Thank you.


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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