We have over 26 projects in communities in Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Botswana that focus on Community Empowerment, Education, and Conversation. Some of the main challenges that we have identified in these three focus areas include: unemployment, a lack of job opportunities, food scarcity, a lack of critical skills, poor education and health care infrastructure and resourcing, low school attendance, and dropouts due to financial constraints, wildlife poaching and preserving natural resources.
We implement various projects in schools which include improving infrastructure, feeding programs, and scholarships. The installation of boreholes, solar power, and ablution facilities helps to create a safe and fully functional learning facility for students. Our feeding programs provide meals to learners who come to school hungry. This is helping their nutrition and, assists them to concentrate and focus at school. Our scholarships are paying for school fees for learners in financial need.
Our aim is to provide equal educational opportunities. By improving school facilities, the environment is conducive for learning and contributes to learners completing school, finding employment opportunities, and breaking the cycle of poverty. Funds raised go towards supporting projects which include: safari guides training, educational scholarships for grade 7 and 9 learners at Mangwara school and infrastructure development that improves classroom solar power and ablution facilities