Faced with 94 percent unemployment, Zimbabwean youth don’t have much of a future. Most spend their days hanging out on street corners dreaming, hoping, and planning ways to cross the border to work illegally in South Africa. We have begun a vocational training program for the 200 young people we work with. We currently offer training in woodworking, construction, welding, sewing and computers, as well as resume-writing and job performance.

The young people who receive training will have dual possibilities: finding employment or creating their own employment. We expect that those who work on sewing will open small home businesses making school uniforms, which are high demand. Our metalworking trainees are already receiving orders for decorative items for local safari lodges. And we expect parallel results with the other programs so that they will produce livelihoods for themselves and their future families.

 

human services

Fundraisers

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    Ijeoma Dabengwa

    US$297 raised

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    Mzuzile Ngwenya

    US$266 raised

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    Nandi Nkomo

    US$191 raised

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    Busi Ngwenya

    US$4 raised

4 Fundraiser projects

Donations

  1. Ilene Bilenky

    31 October 2021

    US$100
  2. Victoria Paschali

    8 September 2013

    £20
  3. Lisa Yvette Chiferere-Shoniwa

    7 September 2013

    £20
40 Donations

Fundraiser projects

4 Fundraiser projects

Zimkids Walkathon

By Mzuzile Ngwenya

Walking the Thames Path on Sat 7 September to raise much needed funds for the orphans at Zimkids ...

85.5% Completed
£171 raised
£200 Target
0 DAYS

ZimKids Sponsored Walk Sunday, 28 October 2012

By Ijeoma Dabengwa

No rain, no snow, no sleet, no hail, nothing... no nothing... can stop six amazing ladies and a l...

100% Completed
£185 raised
£150 Target
0 DAYS

Walking for Zimkids

By Busi Ngwenya

Participating in a 10 mile sponsored walk to raise funds for Zimkids Orphan Trust. It's happening...

34% Completed
R34 raised
R100 Target
0 DAYS

ZimKids Sponsored Walk Saturday 7th September 2013

By Nandi Nkomo

Thames 10 mile Sponsored Walk Please note that we will be meeting at Cutty Sark for Maritime Gre...

40% Completed
£120 raised
£300 Target
0 DAYS