Child Registry Donates Roofing Material To Rural School
18 March 2021
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By Honest Makanyire|Child Registry has donated roofing material to Machokoto Secondary School in Masvingo Province as part of efforts to augment the education system in the country.

The roof was destroyed by hailstorm.Child Registry will also refurbish the school blocks and toilets.

Child Registry, in consultation with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, will carry out programmes to assist schools across the country in various capacities.

“We are going to replicate the idea of helping schools across the whole country through the Ministry of Primary and Secondary education.

Child Registry will procure laptops for the school -which are going to be used by students,” Child Registry said in a statement.

According to a letter written to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education by Child Registry representative in Zimbabwe, Noel Mavura, the organisation seeks to empower and equip future generations through supporting learning processes.

Below is part of the letter :
…Our vision resonates with the Africa Union Agenda
of 2063 and the United Nations sustainable development goals of 2030.

Child Registry Ltd provides solutions to the region’s educational problems through various initiatives
from grassroots level to corporate partnerships for the benefit of Zimbabwe and Africa at large.

It is an organization that is mainly concerned with the welfare of children in Africa. Child Registry is a Sponsored Organization by various African/US/UK & European Regulated Institutions that contribute
for the Betterment & Prosperity of all Registered Children in Africa through African Child Prosperity
Fund (ACPF).

The ACPF is a Structured Investment Vehicle that gives every parent an equal
opportunity to contribute towards their’s child’s future so that he/she may have resources for a
better & brighter tomorrow.

We bought building material for Machokoto Secondary School in Mwenezi District,
through the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education district office.

It is our utmost desire to
replicate such generosity to various schools in the 10 provinces across the country hence we are requesting
to work with your Ministry for simplified coordination.

On the other hand, Child Registry has unique
initiatives for teachers in Zimbabwe. The initiatives include support in computer literacy for the educational
advancement, offering courses at a cost of US $1 and other crucial services which
benefits the entire sector.

Thank you for working with us in uplifting our vision because we believe there is no
other time other than today to plant the tree or seed and harvest in 25 years as opposed to wait hoping for good luck…

Machokoto Secondary School head said he was happy with Child Registry ‘s efforts to support the educational institution.

“We really appreciate Child Registry’s efforts to support us and we hope that they will continue to support us,” the head of Machokoto Secondary School said.