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Where the Sugar Bugs live

There was a positive disruption of activity at Rugare Orphan Care yesterday when JW Oliver and our Pastoral Care Team visited the center. As it is a social norm in Zimbabwe that one does not visit a friend or relative…

The barbershop project

The Police Camp at Highfields is the country’s second-largest police camp, housing about 600 police officers. Mike Johnson and Will Cooper went on a tour of the barbershop that was set up to serve the camp’s residents as well as…

The Pink Project

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Nyararai Children’s Trust

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