Help Us in Building a classroom Block

Fundraising campaign by Choolwe Mukuli
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We are calling for your support/donations in our quest to help build a classroom block for Kabuba secondary school (a remote school in Binga District-Zimbabwe) to help improve the quality of learning for 330 students. Kabuba secondary was established in 2012 to relieve local pupils from walking long distances, approximately 32km, to and from the next school (Lusulu). Kabuba is a rural and undeserved community sharing its boundary with Chizaria National Park (home of the big 5) posing young learners to the dangers of wildlife conflict while travelling during awkward hours to and from Lusulu. An average of 92% of villagers in this community are unemployed hence rendering them incapacitated to raise enough funds to complete the building of a standardized/formal classroom to house dedicated learners.This tragedy has resulted in learners/teachers conducting lessons in open spaces and/or under temporary structures (made of dagga and wooden poles) as evidenced by pictures. To date ,no organization has shown interest in supporting Kabuba hence the launch of this campaign.

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I am the founder and CEO of NAP Elite Trust, a charitable organization which was founded in 2019 by local Tonga people to uplift education, health and

I am the founder and CEO of NAP Elite Trust, a charitable organization which was founded in 2019 by local Tonga people to uplift education, health and

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  • MAITWA Maitwa
  • Donated on Apr 25, 2020
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Apr 17

Help Me Build a Classroom Block for Kabuba Secondary

Update posted by Choolwe Mukuli at 08:33 pm

Kabuba is in the romote and underserved rural areas of Binga district. The school was established in 2012 to relieve the children from walking 32 km to the nearest secondary school. About 98% villagers of kabuba are unemployed and earn a living through subsistence farming . As such they find

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  • MAITWA Maitwa
  • Donated on Apr 25, 2020
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US$1.00
raised of $8,600.00 goal
0% Funded
1 Donors

No more donations are being accepted at this time. Please contact the campaign owner if you would like to discuss further funding opportunities