Ending Poverty is #1 in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals We provide opportunities for growth and income in a variety of ways.
We built a Men's Workshop so men can develop woodworking skills. Each time we visit we introduce new equipment so the men can learn new skills. Many of these men have been gainfully employed by construction companies because of their experience in this workshop.
One of the items produced in the workshop are coffins. In this photo a coffin is being delivered to a customer.
The Women and Children's Center is a wonderful example of how men and women came together to create something in an equal partnership.
The building on the right is the Center where women meet to sew, knit and weave baskets. The hut on the left is their kitchen.
163 women have joined the Center.
A chicken project is being built so the women will be able to sell eggs and in-turn have funds to purchase supplies for the Center. The women sew school uniforms for profit which they share.
The piggery project in Mberengwa is managed by women. The project is highly successful and the income from the project not only provides income for the women, it also provides funds for construction supplies for the school that will soon be built.