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    Weʼve raised £0 to To help to fund the construction of the early child development two classroom block at a rural primary school in Gokwe South in Zimbabwe

    Wembley, United Kingdom
    Funded on Sunday, 5th November 2017

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    Manyepa primary school is perched in a poverty stricken part of Zimbabwe with minimum facilities. The parents are subsistence farmers who depend on agriculture. Rainfall patterns are erratic, and therefore harvests are poor. These people want their children to go school but they cannot afford to raise money to buy construction materials. Your contribution will help to unlock the hidden talents in these children at an early age. Be part of a success story. Together let's make a difference to this community

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        Shaky Sitole

        Shaky Sitole

        Wembley, United Kingdom

        My name is Shaky Sitole and I am a former student of this primary. I attended school between 1973-1979. I visited the school and I was horrified to find young kids learning under a tree. I contributed to moulding of bricks. Now I want your help to get funds to construct the bloc

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