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Mutare is Zimbabwe’s fourth largest city. In spite of growing numbers of children, there were no new classrooms built by the Government for nearly 20 years. A few years ago, the United Baptist Church of Zimbabwe was granted a site in Mutare by the local council to build a school, which Mission Direct has partnered with them to build since 2012. Joshua Dhube School now currently has over 400 students, yet needs further development to be able to move children up a year and allow room for younger children to join. Eventually, it is hoped to build 16 classrooms on the site, with over 700 pupils.
Hope for AIDS is an HIV/AIDS ministry assisting those living with HIV/AIDS, including AIDS orphans.
With the help of our volunteers, a venue for Hope for AIDS has been built to house the Today for Tomorrow programme. Today for Tomorrow targets children between 6 and 12 years affected directly or indirectly by HIV, helping them to cope.
The feeding programme at Moffat Hall which provides children that have been orphaned by Aids with a meal.
Providing a home for orphaned children, with a farm on site which helps to provide income to support the children and the project.