What we do
Empowering mothers with disabilities
We train women who have differently-abled children, by so doing we do projects such as dishwasher making, vaseline, form bath and other training such as diet. We train the women, when we train the women we give them chemicals to make dishwashers and sell the rest so that they can make money after selling the products to take care of their kids.Support the cause
Impacting Lives in the Community
It’s never too late "I started learning braille in 2012 when I was 15, moreover, my parents never knew that the visually impaired can also go to school and make it in life. Like the bible says in Mathew 19 v 26 ‘…but with God, all things are possible’, this verse has been my greatest motivation," Ropa said. She is inspired by Abraham Muteta, who is also visually impaired and a human rights advocate as she also inspires to be a lawyer,
Loyiso Sola’s story. Loyiso Sola, an orphaned nineteen year old young man resides in the old hostels of Sidojiwe in Bulawayo. Sidojiwe flats, located in Donnington industrial area of Bulawayo were built during the colonial era (1950s) to accommodate Bachelors.
Why mePrisca Maneswa (11) was born in 2010 and at four months, it was discovered that she had hydrocephalus and she was then referred to Mutare Provincial hospital for treatment. She attended school normally and graduated from early childhood education. Prisca’s mother is a 30 year old peasant who survives on buying and selling
Helping people to
interact with God’s word
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“I have just completed my o’ level studies at Cyrene secondary school, however I haven’t managed to collect my results due to financial problems, I owe the school money hence my failure to collect my results. My mother’s younger sister who resides in Botswana is the one who has been paying for my fees.