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Friday, February 28, 2014
Community looks after its own
A community has started taking care of the less privileged by sewing uniforms for orphaned school children as well as assisting with their food. This is a result of the partnership between the local Area Development Programme (ADP) and the churches around the area.A group of children brave the scorching October afternoon heat to queue and to receive a well labelled pack. On closer look, one sees that the pack, bearing the recipient’s name, is a modest home sewn school uniform, a set of exercise books and other stationery, as well as a pair of sandals.
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Life Course Immunization project improving the health of marginalized communities in Zimbabwe
Life Course Immunization project improving the health of marginalized communities in Zimbabwe
The Channels of Hope model being implemented under the Pfizer Foundation-funded “Life Course Immunisation” project is transforming the lives of marginalized communities in Gokwe. Channels of Hope is a methodology World Vision uses to mobilise community leaders, and especially faith leaders, to respond to core issues affecting their communities such as HIV and AIDS, gender equity, gender-based violence, child protection and other important social issues.
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