| ACFE Stories

MEET JOANAH AND ELIZABETH

A family working hard to 

secure an education

Joanah was born on September 6, 2003. She resides at Stand Number 8, Village 11, Musena. Her disabled father passed away on July 22, 2019, leaving Joanah under the care of her widowed mother, Auxilia Mahachi. Her mother suffers from back problems that prevent her from assisting Joanah financially and most of the money for her education was spent on medical expenses for her father. Joanah was able to acquire BEAM funds in primary school but was cut off at the secondary education level. Her talents include farming, cycling, and singing. She intends to work hard and become an Agricultural Extension Office

The mother of Elizabeth and Joanah speak to Stanley Ndambakuwa about their challenges
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I am heartbroken with the stories that I witnessed, but I am hopeful that we are here now and we can do something about it.

(Board Chairperson, Morongwa Makgamatho)

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I am inspired by the potential of young people, and I know that despite the challenges they face every day, education opportunities will change their lives. (President & CEO, Stanley Ndambakuwa)

ACFE Scholarship beneficiary, Leticia Murandu

Leticia MURANDU

An Athlete who wants to become a Nurse.

ACFE Scholarship beneficiary, Elizabeth Mangwadi

Elizabeth MANGWADI

I was born in a polygamous family, I missed the opportunity to go to school.

ACFE Scholarship beneficiary, Joanah Mapisa and Elizabeth Bandera

Joanah MAPISA & Elizabeth BANDERA

A family working hard to secure an education

ACFE Scholarship beneficiary, Ellen Masenge

Ellen MASENGE

Girls will change the world

ACFE Scholarship beneficiary, Tsungai Mugari

Tsungai MUGARI

A career in hospitality - to change the world.

ACFE Scholarship beneficiary, Alice Takavingeyi

Alice TAKAVINGEYI

Bold and Beautiful: I want to become a Soldier

The stories that touched our hearts

HOW DO WE HELP CHILDREN WHO ARE OUT OF SCHOOL?

TUITION & FEES
TUITION & FEES

Due to financial constraints in remote rural areas in Zimbabwe, most kids would not go to school if no one helps them.

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STATIONERY
STATIONERY

To support inside-the-classroom activities we also provide students with stationery.

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SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM
SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM

Most children have to miss classes because of hunger. That's why we give them food - so they can focus on their studies.

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SCHOOL SHOES
SCHOOL SHOES

Our kids have to walk very long distances to school. That's why providing them with school shoes makes the long journey possible.

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SCHOOL UNIFORMS
SCHOOL UNIFORMS

We provide school uniforms as a requirement for the children to attend school.

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HEALTH SUPPORT
HEALTH SUPPORT

100% of our students come from unemployed and impoverished families. We support their health needs to make sure they stay in school.

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