VINCENT the VERiTABLE:
Nhasi Zvemangwana (Today for Tomorrow) in Zimbabwe is putting a dent in those HIV positive stats by teaching kids age 6-12 every day after school facts about HIV and AIDS. how to make safe choices, develop character, take responsibility and become leaders in their community.
Vincent, now 18, was one of the programs first to be taught when he was in the third grade. Today, he highly regarded as a peer educator as he volunteer teaches for the program. He has proved to be a reliable and committed volunteer passionate about reaching out to children by sharing from his own experiences. He is a Training Team Member and one of the many success stories of this HOPE for AIDS program in Zimbabwe.
This year, his final challenge…passing Mathematics. He has his eyes set to secure a vacancy to train in wood technology at the local university. Godspeed, Vincent!
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Stuff a Home-Based Care Kit this year before you hit the Stocking. It’ll last longer!
Shiferaw and his mission in Ethiopia.