A big thank you to our supporters of this project, your support is invaluable to what we are trying to achieve.
Unfortunately due to a lower than expected level of fundraising ALERT has not been able to provide any supplies to the lion Guardians at this point. We hope to improve the success of our fundraising efforts in order to help this project succeed, we hope you will continue to help us so we can help them.
We will continue to publicise this project on social media over the next few months, in an attempt to bring the campaign to the attention of new donors who will also want to help provide the needed supplies. ALERT is aiming to considerably increase the amount of funds raised.
Jun 6, 2019
It's been a quiet time.
By Stuart Armstrong. - Project Leader.
Due to a lower than expected level of funding ALERT has not been able to provide any supplies to the Children. We hope to improve the success of our fundraising efforts in order to help these Children, we hope you will help us to help them along the way.
We will be pushing this project on social media over the next few months, in an attempt bring the campaign to the attention of new donors who want to help provide educational materials for the children of Zimbabwe.
ALERT is aiming to considerably increase the amount of funds raised. Using social media as the main channel to identify possible future donors and direct them to the Give 300 Zimbabwean Children an Education page.
Mar 8, 2019
The future continues to look bright at Masuwe Primary, Zimbabwe.
By Stuart Armstrong - Project Manager
Handing over the educational materials
We would like to take a minute to apologise for the lack of photographs, our staff on the ground lacked a photographer at the time and this resulted in low quality photographs, if you would like the photos please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
However we cannot thank you enough, your generosity is unbelievable and has made such a difference to the lives of the children of Masuwe Primary School. They were so happy to get back to school and start working with all the new books, pens and colouring materials.
The 900 exercise books received have allowed the children to complete their class work, homework and have all their study notes in one convenient location and not spread out on different pieces of paper. The students were not the only people that benefitted from your donations, eight teachers received pens for marking, helping and correcting the students hard work.
Students in the early child development class received crayons for colouring to get their creative mind rushing with a selection of vibrant colours at their disposal. Their confidence is on the up and their cognitive, motor and social skills are all growing.
The students that have been writing received pens for them to complete their homework and class exercises. The school library also received sixty six books! Which has allowed the students to hone their reading abilities and work on processing the information the books have to provide. Colouring books were also supplied and this has allowed the early development class to get to work with their crayons and experiment with all the different colour patterns.
Unfortunately we do not conduct teaching assistance at the school so we cannot update you on the performance and marks of the children.
From everyone at ALERT and the Staff at Masuwe Primary School, again we cannot say thank you enough. Let's keep the momentum going! Our next goal - two new classrooms!