Build the USAP Community School in Zimbabwe Back at school Book Donation Matson, Olive and Damascent on last day at school

Education Matters

Org #35277
Vetted since 2016 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Staff Favorite Site Visit Verified
2016
year founded
$299,052
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
4
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Education Matters matches talent with opportunity. We believe that youth hold the keys to the future, and we are here to help motivated students realize their dreams through education. Our Programs Include: USAP Community School USAPCS identifies high-achieving, low-income students with demonstrated leadership potential and an ethos of giving. Our unique Quaker school community prepares these students to apply for admission and scholarship to top colleges and universities in the United States and elsewhere with the aim of returning home to Zimbabwe to build society. Student Athlete Cohort Education Matters' Student Athlete Cohort works with exceptional high school student athletes to... read more

Project Leaders
Rebecca  Zeigler Mano
Rebecca Zeigler Mano
Rufaro Nyoni
Rufaro Nyoni
Eve Gatawa
Eve Gatawa
Team
Rebecca M Zeigler Mano, Collence Nyazenga, James W Linville, Rufaro Nyoni
Organization Information
23 Connaught Road
Avondale
Harare, 00000
Zimbabwe
+263-8677111889
Organization Information
23 Connaught Road
Avondale
Harare, 00000
Zimbabwe
+263-8677111889

Project Reports

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Apr 26, 2021
Glad to be back on campus for Term 1
Greetings from USAP Community School! We are writing as we complete our first month back physically at our campus in Goromonzi!  Schools resumed in March 2021 for the first term as the government...
Apr 26, 2021
Glad to be back on campus for Term 1!
Greetings from USAP Community School! We are physically back on campus and have just completed the first month of our first term! We welcomed our second cohort of 24 students who were forced to...
Apr 25, 2021
Glad to be back on campus for Term 1!
We are physically back on our temporary campus and have just completed the first month of our first term! We welcomed our second cohort of 24 students who were forced to compete their orientation and...
 
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