A Foundation-sponsored building project
Two Classrooms for Muda School
During a visit to Zimbabwe in 2012 the trustees were shown around the high school building in Muda. The sight of school children being educated in a condemned building provided a new challenge - to raise sufficient funds to build two new classrooms.
In December 2013, following intensive fundraising activities by the charity, the foundations for two new classrooms were laid, The local village community made the bricks and local builders were employed for the the construction work. Click here to view our builders at work
The walls were completed by the time the project co-ordinator, Steve Louis, along with Anna Mudeka and some trustees, visited the site in 2014. The classrooms were completed in 2015.
A Toilet Block for Muda School
In order to make it possible for older girls to attend school, the Foundation raised sufficient funds to sponsor the building of a toilet block. This project was started late in 2015 and completed in 2016.
As a result of these projects, pupil enrolment at Muda has increased four-fold, representing a major success story for the Foundation.