Friday, August 9, 2019

Touch One: Touch Many

Nhaka Foundation is proud to play a part in numerous early childhood development programs aimed at preparing children for the future. This is done through a community-based approach that includes projects in education, health, food security and psychosocial support for children aged between 0 – 8 years of age. The Foundation has been in existence since 2008 and has recently embarked on its biggest and most exciting program thus far having partnered with Mozambique’s Wona Sanana, an NGO registered in Mozambique since 2003 with a focus on the implementation of participatory education programmes in preschools and primary schools and capacity building in the communities.  Our partnership with Wona Sanana is bolstered by yet another partnership we have with TDH-Germany and the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) Germany to ensure the flow of much needed resources that will realise the dreams and aspirations of communities to have secure, stable and safe school infrastructure.
In Zimbabwe, Nhaka Foundation is currently busy with the projects that will see many communities benefit from the construction of Early Childhood Development centres as well as feeding schemes and nutrition gardening projects aimed at spearheading the organisation’s preferred core ethos – Access to learning, play and healthy feeding both at school and at home.  In Zimbabwe’s Manicaland province this is being done in Mutare’s Southern District community of Chitakatira as well as Seke District’s Budiriro situated in Mashonaland South while in Mozambique, the province of Maputo is the site for implementation.
Love transcends geographical boundaries and the story of Nhaka Foundation touching one and touching many is just taking yet another interesting twist. Please follow our detailed activities on our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) as well as the Nhaka Foundation Blog on our website and be sure to walk with us as we reach out and partner with as many communities as we can.