NZEVE Deaf Children's Centre

NZEVE Deaf Children's Centre

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Mutare auditins will be n the 7th of March 2020.

For inquiries + Registration contact: 0778105172 | 0774372076 | 0783251311
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What an amazing time we had. So proud of our deaf youth researchers!!
What a journey! Well done to these young women.. Their determination and drive is an inspiration!
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NZEVE is an organisation of deaf and hearing people, that promotes the rights of children and youth with disabilities to participate fully in society

Operating as usual

Timeline Photos 23/09/2021

We sign for human rights
The right to dignity, equal opportunity, and respect for one’s abilities. Sanganai Project provides education and vocational skills training to deaf youth.
Goodman completed his primary education at a school where he learnt sign language, but couldn’t go on to secondary school because he lost both parents at an early age. There are very few opportunities for deaf youth without secondary education. Goodman joined Sanganai Project and learned Carpentry, Business and Life Skills. He successfully completed the Class 3 Trade Test for carpentry in 2019. With Mentorship and continued training, he has been running a carpentry project at home, enabling him to live an independent life and grow his business.

We sign for human rights
The right to dignity, equal opportunity, and respect for one’s abilities. Sanganai Project provides education and vocational skills training to deaf youth.
Goodman completed his primary education at a school where he learnt sign language, but couldn’t go on to secondary school because he lost both parents at an early age. There are very few opportunities for deaf youth without secondary education. Goodman joined Sanganai Project and learned Carpentry, Business and Life Skills. He successfully completed the Class 3 Trade Test for carpentry in 2019. With Mentorship and continued training, he has been running a carpentry project at home, enabling him to live an independent life and grow his business.

Timeline Photos 22/09/2021

Sign languages for all Deaf learners
The sooner the better!! Nzeve strives to reach deaf children through our early identification and intervention programmes. The young children learn sign language with their parents at the ECD centre, giving them access to language both at school and at home. #deaf #signlanguage #children

Sign languages for all Deaf learners
The sooner the better!! Nzeve strives to reach deaf children through our early identification and intervention programmes. The young children learn sign language with their parents at the ECD centre, giving them access to language both at school and at home. #deaf #signlanguage #children

Timeline Photos 21/09/2021

Sustainable Deaf Leadership
Deaf mentors play an important role in promoting deaf awareness and acceptance in communities. At Nzeve, they work closely with parents, children and youth; sharing information and using their stories to build confidence among other deaf youth and children #leadership #sustainable #importantrole #deaf

Sustainable Deaf Leadership
Deaf mentors play an important role in promoting deaf awareness and acceptance in communities. At Nzeve, they work closely with parents, children and youth; sharing information and using their stories to build confidence among other deaf youth and children #leadership #sustainable #importantrole #deaf

Timeline Photos 20/09/2021

SEPTEMBER IS DEAF AWARENESS WEEK
Andrew Foster came to Africa from USA and started the first school for the Deaf in Ghana. He went on to start 31 more schools for the deaf all over Africa. He also established training programs in Zimbabwe.
Sadly in 1987 he died in an aeroplane crash in Rwanda.
Read more on https://lght.ly/ad35go4
#deafawareness

SEPTEMBER IS DEAF AWARENESS WEEK
Andrew Foster came to Africa from USA and started the first school for the Deaf in Ghana. He went on to start 31 more schools for the deaf all over Africa. He also established training programs in Zimbabwe.
Sadly in 1987 he died in an aeroplane crash in Rwanda.
Read more on https://lght.ly/ad35go4
#deafawareness

Timeline Photos 20/09/2021

In Zimbabwe, both Morgenster Mission and Loreto Schools for the deaf were opened in 1947. Loreto later moved to Emerald Hill in Harare. #deafawareness #zimbabwe #deaf

In Zimbabwe, both Morgenster Mission and Loreto Schools for the deaf were opened in 1947. Loreto later moved to Emerald Hill in Harare. #deafawareness #zimbabwe #deaf

Timeline Photos 20/09/2021

#deafawareness

#deafawareness

Read On! - Books for 200 deaf children in Zimbabwe 16/09/2021

Read On! - Books for 200 deaf children in Zimbabwe

Thank you to our wonderful supporters for your gifts for our latest project on GlobalGiving!
We appreciate you all - can't wait to get colourful picture books into the hands of deaf children here in Zimbabwe.
Please help us reach our target - we're into the last 24 hours for matching funds.
http://goto.gg/54060.

Read On! - Books for 200 deaf children in Zimbabwe Deaf children in Zimbabwe have been out of school for 12 out of the last 18 months. There are no libraries, no online lessons, and no resources for home schooling. Nzeve will provide picture books for deaf children in Manicaland province of Zimbabwe to borrow, so they can enjoy learning with their f...

Timeline Photos 12/09/2021

The September 2021 Little by Little Campaign is a five-day crowdfunding campaign taking place from September 13-17 to help GlobalGiving partners around the world create a network of donors. All eligible donations up to $50 will be matched at 50% during the campaign, and funds will not run out!
Funds raised will help us get books into the hands of deaf children in Zimbabwe!🤲🏿🤲🏿👍🏿 https://lght.ly/mjh3ej9

The September 2021 Little by Little Campaign is a five-day crowdfunding campaign taking place from September 13-17 to help GlobalGiving partners around the world create a network of donors. All eligible donations up to $50 will be matched at 50% during the campaign, and funds will not run out!
Funds raised will help us get books into the hands of deaf children in Zimbabwe!🤲🏿🤲🏿👍🏿 https://lght.ly/mjh3ej9

Timeline Photos 11/09/2021

Deaf children learn through their eyes - that's why they love books that are brightly coloured and they are attracted to pictures they can associate with. Borrowing books from the box becomes the highlight of the week! Brothers and sisters also want to see and sharing a book can start a conversation. https://lght.ly/chbi17k

Deaf children learn through their eyes - that's why they love books that are brightly coloured and they are attracted to pictures they can associate with. Borrowing books from the box becomes the highlight of the week! Brothers and sisters also want to see and sharing a book can start a conversation. https://lght.ly/chbi17k

Timeline Photos 10/09/2021

At Nzeve we work with teachers of the deaf. Most classes only have a few textbooks and no picture or story books. We want to give classes a book box so they can borrow books whether school is open or not. They can look at the book with their families and start to love learning through pictures and reading.
We want deaf children to be readers! https://lght.ly/i3ecn56

At Nzeve we work with teachers of the deaf. Most classes only have a few textbooks and no picture or story books. We want to give classes a book box so they can borrow books whether school is open or not. They can look at the book with their families and start to love learning through pictures and reading.
We want deaf children to be readers! https://lght.ly/i3ecn56

Photos from NZEVE Deaf Children's Centre's post 09/09/2021

We’re excited to be taking part in the GlobalGiving #LittlebyLittle campaign from 14-18 Sept to support a global movement of generosity. Keep an eye on our social channels for more details over the next days.
Will you help us put a book in the hands of a deaf child in Zimbabwe? https://lght.ly/46l48dj

Photos from NZEVE Deaf Children's Centre's post 08/09/2021

Deaf children in Zimbabwe have just gone back to school after another 3 months out of school.
Most have missed 12 months in the last 18. They are getting further and further behind.
Most do not have phones, computers or even books at home. Take a look at our project. https://lght.ly/3fa27g3
#books #zimbabwe #home

Growing up deaf in Zimbabwe: a personal perspective 22/07/2021

Growing up deaf in Zimbabwe: a personal perspective

Growing up deaf in Zimbabwe: a personal perspective
Published Date: 13 Jul 2021
National Deaf Children's Society volunteer Munya Ziyenge shares his experience of growing up deaf in Zimbabwe. Lack of early diagnosis or support at school made life difficult, but his family’s support has been invaluable.

https://www.ndcs.org.uk/deaf-child-worldwide/deaf-child-worldwide-blog/growing-up-deaf-in-zimbabwe-a-personal-perspective/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=pure360&utm_campaign=dcw_general&utm_content=jul_newsletter

Munya Ziyenge has been volunteering as a deaf presenter for the National Deaf Children’s Society since 2016. He presents to families of deaf children about his personal experience growing up deaf. Munya enjoys volunteering and meeting other deaf people.

Munya’s family friend who helped diagnose him as deaf is Libby Foster, who runs an organisation called Nzeve in Zimbabwe.

Growing up deaf in Zimbabwe: a personal perspective Check out this page on this Website!

[07/17/21]   Thanks to all our generous supporters we have almost reached our target for our Deaf Leaders project on Global Giving!
We are so grateful to you all.

Training leaders in Zimbabwe's Deaf Community 14/07/2021

Training leaders in Zimbabwe's Deaf Community

Don't you love to get value for your money? Don't you want your gift to have a great impact?
Our generous donors on 14th July Bonus Day can get their donations maximised through matching gifts from GlobalGiving! Please mark the day and get in quick- starting 9am EDT/2pm BST. https://lght.ly/99g562j

Training leaders in Zimbabwe's Deaf Community How can a deaf person be a confident leader? 30 young deaf men and women from urban and rural Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe will be reached through workshops to develop their confidence, problem solving, planning, team building and facilitation skills. You gift will enable deaf men and women to le...

Timeline Photos 13/07/2021

Rumbi is a deaf lady living near Nzeve Deaf Centre. She used to complain that life in Mutare was boring - she wanted to move back to the capital, Harare, where she had more deaf friends. Rumbi came to work at Nzeve- learning about mentorship, counselling and teaching young deaf children and their parents. Recently I reminded Rumbi of how she used to be bored - she laughed and explained nowadays she was very busy and had met so many visitors, deaf people and children. Her life as a leader of the Deaf community was full! We want to develop more leaders in the Deaf community - you can be a part of this....... https://lght.ly/h1cjmii

Rumbi is a deaf lady living near Nzeve Deaf Centre. She used to complain that life in Mutare was boring - she wanted to move back to the capital, Harare, where she had more deaf friends. Rumbi came to work at Nzeve- learning about mentorship, counselling and teaching young deaf children and their parents. Recently I reminded Rumbi of how she used to be bored - she laughed and explained nowadays she was very busy and had met so many visitors, deaf people and children. Her life as a leader of the Deaf community was full! We want to develop more leaders in the Deaf community - you can be a part of this....... https://lght.ly/h1cjmii

Photos from NZEVE Deaf Children's Centre's post 13/07/2021

Deaf people at Nzeve run the youth project and are essential workers in the preschool programme. Other deaf youth were trained as mentors and visit families of young deaf children. They trained with parents and came to a greater understanding of each others experiences.
We want to train more leaders to reach rural deaf youth and help to develop social groups. #leaders #youth

Training leaders in Zimbabwe's Deaf Community 12/07/2021

Training leaders in Zimbabwe's Deaf Community

130 individuals supported Nzeve campaigns in the last year! That really put our centre in the East of Zimbabwe on the map.
We are so grateful to all our donors and supporters - we missed our visitors because of COVID, but you showed your support through crowd funding- thank you.
Children went back to school in March and youth came back to our training project. In our new project we want to train young leaders in the Deaf community, so their "voices" are heard. https://lght.ly/j1gdbpl

Training leaders in Zimbabwe's Deaf Community How can a deaf person be a confident leader? 30 young deaf men and women from urban and rural Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe will be reached through workshops to develop their confidence, problem solving, planning, team building and facilitation skills. You gift will enable deaf men and women to le...

04/07/2021

Nzeve AGM Saturday 10th July 2021

Nzeve AGM Saturday 10th July 2021

Photos from NZEVE Deaf Children's Centre's post 19/02/2021

The deaf community often miss out on information shared on most media platforms. Today Diamond FM together with Care have come to Nzeve Deaf Centre to share information on Covid with the deaf

26/01/2021

2020 was quite a year! and 2021 looks like it will bring similar challenges. But we are proud to be able to share our badge awarded to us by Global Giving for our work in 2020.
Its not really 'just for us - its for everyone who contributed to our work in 2020! A really big thank you to you all.

25/11/2020

Please support our campaign for deaf youth this year on Giving Tuesday, Dec 1st and double your impact with a matching grant from Global Giving https://lght.ly/ofc2el5

23/11/2020

It's Thanksgiving this week.
We are so grateful to all our supporters this year. We are saying a big thank you to you all! #thanksgiving #supporter #thank

31/10/2020

Parent to Parent support is important in promoting early intervention for children with disabilities.
Congratulations to our group of Parent Mentors who completed the Early Intervention Course.
Thank you Templer Foundation

#earlyintervention #disabilityinclusion #children #templerfoundation

06/10/2020

Today is Global Smile Day!
Smile and say Hello to a deaf child today!
Our kids are back! All seems a bit different with social distancing and masks/visors! But we are coping and learning. We are practising to smile with our eyes! #deaf

30/09/2020

Deaf Women and Girls are at higher risk of violence. Empower deaf women and girls, make information accessible to the Deaf! #deafwomen #empower #womenandgirls

27/09/2020

Facial expressions are part of Sign Language.
Enable better communication by wearing a mask that allows your facial expressions to be seen.
Celebrate International Week of the Deaf! #bettercommunication #wearingamask #signlanguage

26/09/2020

My hands, my voice!
Celebrate Sign Language!
Celebrate International Week of the Deaf!

24/09/2020

Stronger together!
Celebrate Deafness! Celebrate International Week of the Deaf! #deaf #deafness #internationalday

24/09/2020

Stronger together!
Celebrate Deafness! Celebrate International Week of the Deaf! #deaf #deafness #internationalday

23/09/2020

Celebrating International Week of the Deaf!
Let's promote parent and family involvement!

22/09/2020

Celebrating International Week of the Deaf!
Celebrating Sign Language!

21/09/2020

It's Deaf Awareness Month and International Week of the Deaf!!
We will be sharing some messages with you to raise awareness about issues affecting Deaf people in Zimbabwe.
Celebrate this week with us, and help us raise awareness by sharing the messages that most impact you.❤️

globalgiving.org 14/09/2020

Hands On! Equip Deaf youth to work in Zimbabwe

Shamiso, a young deaf lady, never went to school. "How can she go to school if she cannot speak or hear?" her family said. Last year we met Shami and invited to an event at Nzeve. At first she was shy. She had no way to communicate, but she soon picked up sign language - at last she had a way to communicate, people who understood her situation and a place to go each day. Shami joined Sanganai youth project and she arrives early each morning with a big smile on her face! She is learning sewing and making good progress. Deaf people can do anything hearing people can do - except hear, but they need the opportunity. Please support our campaign for deaf youth like Shamiso. https://lght.ly/ofc2el5

globalgiving.org Sanganai means "e;Come together"e; the inspiration for Sanganai Project aimed at bringing deaf youth together to build a stronger deaf community through vocational and skills training. Youth are mentored and taught practical skills. Partnerships are fostered with local companies to give deaf...

13/09/2020

This week youth at Sanganai Project are making face masks, aprons and harvesting cabbages. There's lots of work going on. We are excited about the Little by Little campaign on GlobalGiving https://lght.ly/0458i70 Any donations up to US$50 will be matched at 50% for the next 5 days 14-18th September. Great opportunity to increase your impact and equip Deaf youth in Zimbabwe to work.

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New Training Centre
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Mutare
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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
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