Kim is a young man who came from Chiredzi approximately 145km North East of LCV in Chikombedzi, Zimbabwe.
Solar panels and solar heat generators being put into LCV and Edenvale – our key donor kindly put up $10,000. Everyone is sincerely grateful.
After completing high school I went on to study at the university of Zimbabwe’s medical school.
After completing my internship and a 2 year stint in the military I decided to go back to Chikombedzi to give back to the community that had raised me.
I worked as a medical officer and subsequently medical superintendent.
This was truly a satisfying period in my career.
Field trips are an important part of our governance so that we know what’s going on in country. Four affiliated AFADU members have travelled to LCV and Chikombedzi in the last year.
Some of these are orphans, some require out of home care due to domestic and family violence and a few reside at LCV so they are able to get the primary school education the need.
There are over 200 LCV and local children now attending the LCV primary school. AFADU pays for half of the 10 teachers at the school. Read More