By Tiritose Trust
My friend, Helene and I arrived in Harare in September 2018, working on an international project concerning reduction of the prevalence of HIV among adolescents in Zimbabwe.
Over the past 2 months Zimbabwe has been hit with intermittent fuel shortages which have caused a few hiccups in the transport sector across the country.
If this is your first time travelling to Zimbabwe or you’re now a regular visitor here’s some information that you might need to know before and during your trip! – Thanks us later
The youth of Zimbabwe are an integral part of our vision at Tiritose. One of the very first initiatives we got underway had to involve the youth and students. The HeartBeat project focuses on developing the concept of servant leadership within the Zimbabwean youth.
September is always an exciting month for the art fanatics in Zimbabwe and those visiting the country for the first time.
As has become customary on a Saturday afternoon, I take nature walks and hikes mostly to clear my head while the birds sing to me. It’s a great escape from the busy streets in the City of Harare.
I came across the work of the Kapnek Trust through their Board Member Dr. Chiura, who is an Advisor on the work I am doing with Tiritose.
So, when you first arrive, particularly if it’s your first trip to Africa, everything is very different. The roads, the heat, the people, the environment and general ambience is a sense sensation.
Many Zimbabwean students drop out of school because their families can no longer afford tuition and the associated educational costs. This is an issue one American medical intern affiliated with Tiritose wanted to see change.
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