Across the world people with albinism are often victims of stigma with hostility towards them being prevalent. Due to misconceptions and myths about them, people with albinism experience daily threats to life, social stigma and isolation.
As part of its charitable interventions; Noble Hands Zimbabwe Trust chose to be an agent of change that would contribute to society and ensure that people with albinism wouldn’t be excluded because they look different. Formed and registered in 2020 Noble Hands Zimbabwe Trust’s sole purpose is to improve lives in the society.
Partnering with Agape Family Care as part of the Together in the Same World Campaign; a donation of Sunscreens, Cooking Oil, Sugar, Rice, Flour, Sugar Beans, Laundry Soap and Mealie Meal was made to the institute in support of its programs of empowering the vulnerable. This donation will also ensure the most disadvantaged and vulnerable families are able to give their children the right kind of food and care needed to stay healthy.