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Touching story of Karara Primary School Through our Family Strengthening programme, Karara Primary School located in Mashonaland Central Province was identified as a school in desperate need. The school established in 2017 has a total enrolment of 196 children aged between 5 to 14 years. Since its establishment Karara Primary school has had zero pass rate ...
Transforming & Strengthening Families Vulnerability deprives children of something as simple as choice but through SOSCVZ’s family strengthening program,Ntombikhayise’s children have been granted the power of choice-to acquire an education. Ishmael had no option but to miss school for years because her single mother could not afford to take him and his little brother ...
Sky is the limit for our care leaver— Gift Dzorai Some care leavers experience challenges when integrating from care into the community and some end up homeless. However, Gift Dzorai’s experience was different, when he was exited from care at the age of 19 years from the SOS Children’s Village Zimbabwe. He had a fair transition to emerging adulthood. Three ...
Defying all Odds presented by COVID 19 Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced uncertainty into major aspects of national and global society, including for schools. For example, school closures last year impacted heavily on student achievement. Even now, education leaders must grapple with seemingly impossible choices that balance health risks associated with in-person learning against the educational needs ...
SOS Children's Villages Zimbabwe Transforming lives Luckson Kadungure is a young man aged 20 and he is the eldest in a family of five children. Luckson has solely taken the responsibility of fending for the family considering that his father is mentally challenged. His father has been in this condition for almost 15 years and this ...
Every Child belongs to a Family!!! SOSCVZ embarked on a supplementary feeding programme in partnership with Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conversation Trust. We distributed Epap to underprivileged children, most of whom walk long distances to school in Hwedza. The distributions were done at Numwa and Chizungu Primary Schools. In the picture below gogo Clara (not her ...
A Special Sculpture gift from one of our Youths Sculpture’s Appreciative Essay By Ngonidzashe Mwanjira – 20 years old Mrs. Tiafora Ngwenya Family Care Coordinator Bindura holding her special gift A brief Visual Description of the Sculpture The “Mother’s Head” sculpture (23 -26 Dec. 2020) by Ngonidzashe Mwanjira is carved out of the Green Opal stone from Chiweshe (rural town in Zimbabwe). Generally ...
Mama Clara My children refer to Rujeko as brother and I call him my son. He has his SOS family, his biological family and us, his heart family! We met three years ago when I discovered that he was related to one of my long term foster daughters. Now, happily, ...

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