Following a storm which destroyed Magaya Primary structures, RMT working collaboratively with Magaya Old Students Association (MOSA) seeks to rehabilitate the school. We intend to construct one block for primary school. The school located in Murewa, Zimbabwe has a total enrollment 1,000 students and the quality of education is affected by lack of facilities. This effort will compliment the contributions by UNICEF who are providing books to the school, as well as volunteer labor services provided by the community.
The project will enable at least 300 children out of 1,000 to have a decent learning environment. MOSA has engaged the expertise of local builders and other laborers to carry out the actual work.It will be part of the community contribution to compliment the materials already received from the Australian Embassy and the much needed volunteer contribution by the community.Through this project we will be able to provide some payment for the builders and purchase the other still building material.
It is anticipated that through this project at least 300 students will have a conducive and friendly learning spaces and will improve the morale of the teaching staff at Magaya school, thus enhancing overall performance, and potentially enrolment. “I do this with my heart, I volunteer with MOSA as Secretary, because it is through the 4 walls at Magaya School that made me whom I am today”, stressed Shepherd Mapiki, Secretary, Magaya Old Students Association, who is working closely with RMT on this project. The community is inviting friends and well wishers to render some support, donations and other gifts, directly to the school or through Global Giving.