Presbytery of Zimbabwe Ministry for Children at Risk - April 2018 Update
This project was formerly known as “Lovemore Home.”
Progress Report for the Lovemore Boys
Allow me to begin by extending profound greetings from the Lovemore boys’ family to our beloved partners, The Outreach Foundation and the Presbytery of Zimbabwe (POZ). Thank you so much for offering spiritual, material, emotional and financial support. Indeed, this support has made us very happy and we want to give glory and honor to the Almighty God.
Student Transfer Issues Settled
Nyasha Runodada transferred from Glen Forest High School to Mhondoro Presbyterian High School at the beginning of 2018. He is happy and has settled well in school. School fees for Nyasha were high due to the costs of supplies and other school fee requirements for a first-time student, but he will be paying the same fees as the boys at Mhondoro for the following terms. Many thanks to our treasurer, Victoria Chatikobo, who works hard to ensure all payments are made on time.
Brandon Muganhiri is living in Domboshawa doing form two (sophomore) and residing with his uncle. It appears that he is in good health as well as good hands. According to the information we received from the Parirehwa High School, Brandon’s behavior is good which has resulted in him being chosen to be a prefect. He is a promising leader and very responsible. He opted to remain at his current school rather than transfer to a boarding school. The presbytery will continue helping with school fees as well as uniforms and other scholastic needs.
Brandon, Simbarashe and Milan
These boys have written their O-levels (high school). They did well, passed, and are now doing their A-Level (advanced).We thank God that the courts ruled in favor of not requiring the students to repeat the English exam.
As the new term begins, all the boys are settled in school and have promised to work hard to improve their results in the upcoming terms.
Presbytery Mum Rev. Gleness Mumbi
Read more about the Presbytery of Zimbabwe Ministry for Children at Risk HERE.
The Outreach Foundation is seeking $10,000 to accompany the Presbytery of Zimbabwe in equipping these children with skills through education.