Zimbabwe Educational Trust (ZET)

Supporting Zimbabwean communities to keep children in school and out of poverty.
Give 200 orphans in Zimbabwe access to education
 
You can change a child's life, you can provide them with education and you can help them escape the vicious poverty cycle that is a reality for many Zimbabwean orphans. Without the legal help that they need to secure basic documents, too many Zimbabwean Orphans cannot register in schools, take exams and access the benefits and inheritance that will lift them out of poverty and into a future of progress. We can change that, but we need your help. project reportread updates from the field
Give education & training to Zimbabwean girls
 
Based in Harare, the Rafiki Girls' Centre provide vocational training to some of Harare's most disadvantaged and vulnerable young women. In addition to academic training, they provide emotional, psychological and social support - empowering disadvantaged women and promote gender equality. Rafiki has supported over 700 young women since the turn of the century, 90% of whom are now in employment or have continued on into further education, this is a remarkable achievement. project reportread updates from the field
Train Primary Teachers in Conservation Agriculture
 
One in three Zimbabwean children suffers from chronic malnutrition (Unicef, 2010). In parallel grain production per hectare has fallen by 60% in Zimbabwe over the last 5 decades. ZET's partner Foundations for Farming trains primary school teachers in conservation agriculture. Lessons to school children improve their agricultural skills and knowledge; plus improve nutrition. As part of the project nutritional gardens at school contribute food to free school meals.Donations to 2 schools in Harare. project reportread updates from the field
Give education to 80 survivors of rape in Zimbabwe
 
1 in every 3 girls under the age of 18 in Zimbabwe suffers from sexual abuse. In some cases, girls can be left pregnant and homeless. With your help we can support these girls with a safe living environment, counselling and emotional support, and through the provision of education so that they can go on to support themselves in adulthood. project reportread updates from the field
Help Thembi inherit her mother's house
 
*Thembi is an orphan living in Bulawayo who became pregnant at 15 after being raped by her uncle. When Thembi went to the police, she was forced out of her home and received death threats from her family for bringing charges against the uncle. We need $600 to pay the legal fees so that Thembi can legally inherit the house owned by her late mother and provide a safe home for her and her child. *NB not real name. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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