Mwana Trust

Mwana Trust

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HOPE U WILL COME AND EDUCATE YOUNG GIRLS IN MAKONDE DISTRICT
Thanks guys ia m delighted to share child related issues with you,continue doing great work of serving the ovcs n disadvantage d children in your area.were are you based .

Mwana Trust is a faith-based and non-profit organisation which works towards empowering and promoting the rights of the children.

Operating as usual

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 01/11/2021

Theater can be regarded as the greatest of all art forms , the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another human being the sense of what is to be human being ...Youth Alive Zimbabwe partnered with Mwana Trust and @simukai_child_protection during a speak out concert which was hosted at Chigombwe Primary School . The children participated in a "Speak Out Concert" which included drama, poetry , music and quiz . The concert was conducted under the theme “Speak Out Until Someone Listens“. Children were encouraged to speak out any forms of child abuse which they may encounter. We also taught these young souls on child rights and their responsibilities as children.

25/10/2021

Happy Monday 😁😁to every child! Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.#righttoeducation @mwanasikanawanhas @factzimbabwe @simukai_child_protection @hopeforkidszimbabwe @childline_zimbabwe @youthalivezim @unicefzimbabwe

Happy Monday 😁😁to every child! Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.#righttoeducation @mwanasikanawanhas @factzimbabwe @simukai_child_protection @hopeforkidszimbabwe @childline_zimbabwe @youthalivezim @unicefzimbabwe

15/10/2021

Feed a child today so they can see tomorrow !

Feed a child today so they can see tomorrow !

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 15/10/2021

Tomorrow 🌅deserves these children👬👭 too...We continue to fight child hunger. Children facing hunger are more likely to be hospitalized and they face higher risks of health conditions. And as they grow, children who missed meals are more likely to have problems in schools and other social situations. Yesterday at Munyarari Primary School, we gave 20 beneficiaries food hampers which consisted of 10kg maize meal, 2 litres cooking oil, a bottle of peanut butter, 2kg rice, 2kg sugar,1 kg salt , 5kgs of soya chunks/mince, 500g vaseline, box of matches and a bar of green bar soap. @olatralalaa @factzimbabwe; @unicefzimbabwe @simukai_child_protection @martinii_mango @hopeforkidszimbabwe @[email protected]

11/10/2021

Today we join the rest of the world in celebrating #International Day of the Girl Child . The day is an international observance day declared by the United Nations, it is also called the Day of Girls . October 11, 2012, was the first Day of the Girl Child. The reason behind the celebration of International Day of the Girl Child is to give proper education, healthcare, learning, opportunities to young girls👩🏾‍⚕️👩🏾‍⚕️!

Today we join the rest of the world in celebrating #International Day of the Girl Child . The day is an international observance day declared by the United Nations, it is also called the Day of Girls . October 11, 2012, was the first Day of the Girl Child. The reason behind the celebration of International Day of the Girl Child is to give proper education, healthcare, learning, opportunities to young girls👩🏾‍⚕️👩🏾‍⚕️!

11/10/2021

It is through education 📚that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor👩🏾‍⚕️,that the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine👨🏾‍💼, It is what we make out of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another

It is through education 📚that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor👩🏾‍⚕️,that the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine👨🏾‍💼, It is what we make out of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 05/10/2021

Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy, and sustainable human development.
In Zimbabwe, Children in the remote areas do not have the privilege to access digital learning. As their peers are busy learning online, they remain secluded. @mwanasikanawanhas @simukai_child_protection @factzimbabwe @hopeforkidszimbabwe @olatralalaa @savethechildrenlac @childline_zimbabwe @youthalivezim @kuman_gosten

28/09/2021

Jubilation for the children !😄😄😄...We finished up our Project of Let there Be Light . This project was aimed at giving out solar lights systems to the beneficiaries so that they can do their school work at night while in the comfort of their homes🏘🏘. Education is a basic human right for all and is important for everyone to make the most of their lives. ... Having an education helps people to access all of their other human rights. Education 📚📚improves 💯an individual's chances in life and helps to tackle poverty. @mwanasikanawanhas @factzimbabwe @planinternationalzimbabwe @hopeforkidszimbabwe @africanchildfund @olatralalaa @[email protected]

Jubilation for the children !😄😄😄...We finished up our Project of Let there Be Light . This project was aimed at giving out solar lights systems to the beneficiaries so that they can do their school work at night while in the comfort of their homes🏘🏘. Education is a basic human right for all and is important for everyone to make the most of their lives. ... Having an education helps people to access all of their other human rights. Education 📚📚improves 💯an individual's chances in life and helps to tackle poverty. @mwanasikanawanhas @factzimbabwe @planinternationalzimbabwe @hopeforkidszimbabwe @africanchildfund @olatralalaa @[email protected]

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 14/09/2021

Director, privilidged to attend an interactive meeting with the Provincial Education Director, Manicaland. Thank you team Educational Coaliation of Zimbabwe (ECOZI) for the faclitation.
Discussion mainly focused on education status before and after opening of schools.

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 13/09/2021

Just because a child's parents are poor or uneducated is no reason to deprive the child of basic human rights to education , health care and proper nutrition. This is Tsitsi (Not real name ) and her mother in Gombakomba where they are currently staying in a dilapidated house due to poverty.

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 13/09/2021

The Programs Officer, Desmond interacting with boys on issues of abuses 👱‍♂️👱‍♂️at Chitakatira Primary School .

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 13/09/2021

As a way of establishing strong relationships between our beneficiaries, the guardians and the organization at large, our Programs team spent time visiting our benefiiaries in their home setups in Mutare rural communities.The home visits gives our Programs team a glimpse into the lives of the children we support in relation to their family struggles, what they are lacking and any difficult challenges.

13/09/2021

Our beneficiaries happy to be back in school after a long national lock down. Stay safe always! SANITIZE, MASK UP AND MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE!

Our beneficiaries happy to be back in school after a long national lock down. Stay safe always! SANITIZE, MASK UP AND MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE!

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 31/08/2021

📣 Welcome to our family of 7 in Gombakomba 🪨🌞 No source of income, and parents wondering around the streets with the oldest boy. The only way for those children to get an education is through NGOs like ours. Just praying for a miracle 🙏🏾

❗️Malnutrition and poverty. Unfortunately those terrible two make the most toxic pair. Their child is a “cooking-oil lamp”, the only source of light, beside Moon and the stars, during the dark African nights.

❓What’s that? A knot in a cap. It’s supposed to be a Kerosene lamp, but the only thing reminding of it is that the short knot. Instead of using paraffin they use remains of a gifted cooking oil.

💯 We need more positive stories of the permanent change. Sometimes there has to be patience, but most importantly we need to act together. Write to us if you want to help this specific family, even by donating for a bit of land. Right now they don’t even have their own space for a sustainable vegetable garden. If we help them at the start, later they’ll thrive, we promise you that 🙌🏾

27/08/2021

So proud of our boys 💛

Part no.2

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 27/08/2021

Part no.1

🛖 Here are some other pictures from Gombakomba ⛰Allen and his brothers despite living in extreme poverty, still find a lot of ways to have fun and enjoy unique and crucial time of their childhood 🌞 During free time they love to slide down the hill with their 4-wheel machine made from scratch by the 12-year old 🪵 We are always happy to see them smiling and being so creative 🧡

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 25/08/2021

Welcome to a modest cottage in a mountainous Gombakomba⛰🛖

A few years ago, we came to know Anesu and Allen through our community roots. Their parents left them without a word 7 years ago. People say they run off to South Africa, but no one ever heard from them. Two babies raised by “Gogo” grandmother, we took under our wings 🧡

Surprisingly, only a week ago on a routine home visit we found out that abandoned were four, not two children. 7 and 9 year olds for all this time haven’t been going to school 📚Why?

Because Gogo was ashamed to ask for more help. I quote“Ndainyara kuunza vana vese kuMwana Trust ndaiona sekunge ndavaremedza” 🙏🏾

There is hope and solutions for their difficult situation. Having big garden and a perfect place for a fish pond, we can help them rise and sustain for themselves with such a rich potential they have 🌳🍋🥬🌽🐟

💪🏾 New projects coming soon!

#help #children #africa #sustainable #childrenrights @unicefzimbabwe @fao @unicefafrica @unicef @whozimbabwe @savethechildren

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 17/08/2021

Xerodoma. Meet Blessing and his little sister. Neighbors say they’ve been cursed and planned on getting rid of them. A doctor once told them they have skin cancer, so probably will die soon. But that’s not true. They have a chance to live a good life.

🆘 Main disturbance is the paralyzing pain they feel when they are doomed to spend a whole day chopping wood (as it is their only source of income). Pain comes from their extreme sensitivity to UV rays coming from sunlight. Longer and regular exposure without proper protection can even harm their nervous systems.

💚 What can help? The answer is simple - SPF 50+ balm. Or even hats 🧢 and clothes covering most of their body. Considering their dad left them, they can’t even afford to buy more than one long-sleeve shirt 👕

🙏🏾 If you’d like to help this family write to us, even small help makes the difference. 🙏🏾 #helpme #health #live #africa @unicef @unicefzimbabwe #savechild #equality #humanrights #childrenrights

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 09/08/2021

Our 65 children beneficiaries at Mount Dangare now have solar lights to access the knowledge they have a right to acquire 📚📝

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 05/08/2021

Some of our beloved beneficiaries with a headmaster Mauswa inquiring into the future 🇿🇼

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 05/08/2021

On the hill of Mount Dangare ⛰ in Mutare rural district, there is a school for over 1000 children. Having their best interest at heart in difficult #covid_19 times, we wanted to brighten their nights with solar lights ☀️ The knowledge they lose during the day due to impassable epidemic restrictions, they now might regain with books in the comfort of their homes. Giving them solution now, we give them #hope for the future. #strongertogether

02/08/2021

Welcoming today Alex from 🇵🇱, our strong group of workers and volunteers is ready to take on a new challenge! Coming soon 🙏🏾✨

Welcoming today Alex from 🇵🇱, our strong group of workers and volunteers is ready to take on a new challenge! Coming soon 🙏🏾✨

29/07/2021

Let there be light ! Appreciation from one of the beneficiaries at Zimunya Primary School
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29/07/2021

Let there be light ! One of the students expressing her gratitude towards the donationation of Solar Lights at Zimunya Primary School.
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29/07/2021

Let there be light . One of the beneficiaries at Chitakatira Primary School giving thanks after receiving the solar light.
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Photos from Mwana Trust's post 29/07/2021

Let there be light ! Solar lights to support education in rural areas of Mutare Zimbabwe at Gombakomba Primary School.
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Photos from Mwana Trust's post 29/07/2021

Let there be light ! Lighting up education in rural areas with solar lights . Mwana Trust beneficiaries at Munyarari Primary School.
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Photos from Mwana Trust's post 29/07/2021

Let there be light! Give light : Solar lights for all children and communities in Mutare-Zimbabwe. Mwana Trust beneficiaries at Zimunya Primary School receiving their solar lights.
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Photos from Mwana Trust's post 29/07/2021

Let there be light !Distrubution of Solar lights at Chitakatira Primary School. Providing Solar lights not only saves money , it can empower pupils to make a real difference to the school and communities at large.
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Photos from Mwana Trust's post 29/07/2021

Let there be light project! Students at Rowa Primary School after receiving their solar lights system. Solar Power : lighting up schools and lessons in Mutare District.
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Mwana Trust updated their address. 18/07/2021

Mwana Trust updated their address.

Mwana Trust updated their address.

14/07/2021

Covid 19 response to some of our beneficiaries!

Covid 19 response to some of our beneficiaries!

Photos from Mwana Trust's post 16/06/2021

“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way it treats its children”. Mwana Trust celebrates 16 June, the International day of the African Child under the theme “30 years after the adoption of the Charter: accelerate the implementation of the Agenda 2040 for an African fit for children”. International day of the African Child was set aside to raise awareness of the importance of education for children in Africa. The day does not only honor the participants of the Soweto Uprising in 1976 but also raise awareness of the need for improvement of the education of African children. We as Mwana Trust take this opportunity to celebrate our efforts in enriching African children’s lives during this tough time of Covid 19 pandemic, raising awareness to their daily needs food, education, menstrual hygiene, clothes and their well-being and also advocating for their rights. For it is said, “it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men”.

Our Impact

Since 2009, our interventions has reached over 15 000 children. Mwana Trust ensures that the most vulnerable children have protection, are able to access services and be part of decisions affecting their lives. We have achieved this through partnership with communities, individuals, like-minded CSOs and CBOs and government of Zimbabwe

Achievements:

Mwana Trust has contributed immensely to the reduction of new cases of HIV and STIs, improving nutritional status of OVCs and increased access to equitable quality education for OVCs through education scholarship funding and scholastic support

Strengthened the capacity of communities to support vulnerable families and children.

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So proud of our boys 💛
Knowledge is Power
Mt. Dangare Primary School

Website

mwanatrust.org

Address


Mutare

General information

The aims and objectives of the Trust are generally: a) To assist the underprivileged youths of the Manicaland Province communities with educational scholarships, food and clothing. b) To promote, raise awareness on the prevention, of HIV, life saving medicines. c) To promote a healthy diet. d) To empower youths to become self reliant and self sufficient through provision of income generating skills. e) To source anti-retroviral drugs to tested and recommended AIDS victims. f) To promote the use of faith in the strengthening family and community care orphans and vulnerable children hand in hand with the local churches. g) Carry out any other activities in line with the objectives and aims enunciated above.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 13:00
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