Agape Family Care's #Girl Child:She Can campaign was birthed by Prophetess Ruth Makandiwa to stop the girl from being a victim and take charge of her life to become the woman sent forth by God to show the excellence, perfection and virtues of Him who has called us out of darkness into His marvellous light. #GirlChild:SheCan!
By identifying existing vulnerable community schools, we provide assistance through provision of educational materials and textbooks, construction of additional classrooms/libraries, renovations whilst improving access to hygiene through improving ablution facilities and improving access to clean, safe
drinking water. Our priority is rural school communities.
Education is an essential part of intellectual freedom, and one of its main values is improving how students view, exist in and participate in the world. We are pleased that our Patron and Founder- Ruth Makandiwa has made dreams a reality for many University students whose future was bleak. #investingineducation
Access to safe water is foundational to the development of any community. Every day in our communities countless people suffer from a lack of access to clean, safe water. In addressing this need Agape Family Care has been establishing reliable and safe water sources within communities in Rural and Urban Zimbabwe.
EDUCATION IS POWER
Education is a powerful tool in the fight against poverty. By facilitating for the education of underprivileged children, we empower them to transform their families as well as their communities.
The Agape Family Care Team had a grocery hamper for Gogo Zariro as well as a bag of Maize. This provision had come at the right time since Gogo Zariro professed that she did not have anything to eat for herself and her small family.
After having taken a tour of the Home the Mutare City Agape Family Care Team extended love from Ruth Makandiwa by donating New Bedding, Bed Linen, Groceries, Clothing, Kitchen Utensils and Sanitary Wares.
God created all of us in a special and inimitable manner. Amongst us are minority groups with wonderful people who have a hearing impairment; others may call them disabled but we believe that God enabled them to stand out distinctively.
The Bulawayo Agape Family Care team made a donation of groceries that will cater for the students’ meals when they are away from home so they do not have to sleep hungry or subject themselves to more vulnerability owing to hunger.
Having seen the sad state that Auxillia was in, the Agape Family Care team promptly took action and purchased a full uniform set for Auxillia as well as groceries that were handed over to her grandmother.
This special group of mothers was treated to a delicious luncheon and each of them received a special Mothers’ Day gift which comprised of a pair of Tennis Shoes, a Blanket, a Grocery Hamper and a sack of maize.