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£440raised of £1,000 target by 13 supporters

    Weʼve raised £440 to help raise £1k for a 2-week educational residential tour for the 35 underprivileged rural school kids in Byo for 13 -27 August 2018

    Sheffield, UK
    Funded on Thursday, 30th August 2018

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    Story

    In most country there is a "forgotten world" and the underpriviledged kids in the rural Zimbabwe fall under that category. Mopane Foundation International is supporting 35 kids; 5 from Shurugwi, 12 from Kezi, 6 from Tsholotsho, 7 from Nkayi & 5 from Matopo.

    These kids have minimal or no access to current educational facilities their counterparts in the rest of country or world have. In the 21st century most havent visited anywhere further that the nearest school for a sports competition. Most know footbal, netball and running as the only sports available; they see a headteacher, policeman, a teacher and nurse as the most lucrative careers as thats what there are limited to. That is the mindset our organisation, Mopane Foundation International wish to change through this trip where these kids can see the city, spend their time exporing the industries and talking to professionals working within those industries, spend time finding out about the other world through cultural exchanges from kids in the city and from abroad (3 kids from England confirmed spending time with them). They will also be kids & play, party and sightsee.

    The funds raised will cover their day to day expenses for the duration of 2 weeks

    -Accomodation for 39 (35 kids & 4 teachers) - $1100 (paid)

    -Bus hire to move about in Byo (qouted at $100/day)

    -mealie-meal & rice (pledged)

    -Meats, Matemba, Sugarbeans,

    -Vegetables

    -Breakfast items ( teabags, eggs, sugar, bread, milk, butter, baked beans, Jam, Peanut butter)

    -Cooking oil & condiments

    - Cordial juices & drinking water

    -Washing Powder

    - Bathsoaps, toothpaste, vaseline, bath towels & face clothes

    - tissues

    - Blankets

    - activities costs etc

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    • Nomsa Neke5 months ago
      Nomsa Neke

      Nomsa Neke

      5 months ago
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    Page last updated on: 7/12/2018 7:18 AM

    Supporters

    13

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 5, 2018

      Hope the trip is successful

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 3, 2018

      I’m so proud of everything you’re doing you brilliant woman! You inspire me beyond words. -baby girl

      £200.00

    • Nozipho Moyo

      Nozipho Moyo

      Jul 3, 2018

      Inkosi ibusise umsebenzi wenu.

      £50.00

    • Kezi Bean

      Kezi Bean

      Jul 2, 2018

      I loved field trips as a kid, and putting a little cash towards opening up options for a group of fellow Zimbo’s is a joy!

      £30.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 2, 2018

    • Sithembile Dlodlo

      Sithembile Dlodlo

      Jun 30, 2018

      We hope everything goes well . From the Dlodlos

      £30.00

    • Shabaan

      Shabaan

      Jun 29, 2018

      All the best with the good work that you do Sis Nomsa. Love Shabaan

      £10.00

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    Nomsa Neke

    Nomsa Neke

    Sheffield, UK

    Am Nomsa Neke, the project leader for Mopane Foundation, registered charity number 1167272 that supports underprivileged orphans in rural Zimbabwe with basic educational necessities. We also aim to go beyond keeping them in school by nurturing them.

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