Project #10979

A Roof for Magaya School Kids - After a Storm

by Rozaria Memorial Trust
Oct 3, 2013

Update - With Roofing We May Beat the Rains

Magaya School, Block 1
Magaya School, Block 1

The students of Magaya Primary School will possibly be in new classrooms before the on-set of the rainy season this year. The two class-room blocks have have now been raised from the foundation levels and the wall are up.

The headmistress of the school greeted the Board of Trustees for RMT with pride in her eyes, and some measure of content with progress achieved. "With roofing, we may beat the rains and out children will have a decent place for the last of term classes", stressed Mr Shepherd Mapiki, a strong community supporter and Committee member of the Magaya Former Student Association.

In these photos we share below, we share in the moment of pride. We definitely know that this could not have been achieved without all the support and solidarity. We now have a shorter distance go, roofing, floors, plastering, painting and furnishing. Thanks to all people of goodwill who make this possible with us.


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Organization Information

Rozaria Memorial Trust

Location: Murewa - Zimbabwe
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Kudakwashe Dizha
RMT, Coordinator
Murewa, Zimbabwe

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