A promising start and a future full of hope
On July 26 2010, we shared with you a post on Jane J. Well, we come back again with the good news that Jane is now at university. Back then, she was doing form four. When she joined Tariro she showed great academic potential such that Fadzi, our former program coordinator said “with proper guidance and support, Jane will achieve her intended career goals.” We are glad that she has kept her focus and has managed to climb the ladder of academic success, We are thankful for your continued support of Tariro’s work and we can rejoice in another success story in the making.
Jane couldn’t hide her joy the day she left for the Midlands State University to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management. In her words, she was thankful for the work that Tariro and you, our supporters are doing for her and other children in our program, “..firstly when i lost my parents i thought that life was going to end but i thank God that he provided me with you guys…thank you for paying my fees, may God bless you...” said Jane with tears of gratitude flowing down her cheeks.
A call for more support
As we rejoice in this and other girls’ stories we would like to extend to you an offer to partner with us on our mission of educating and empowering girls in Zimbabwean communities affected by HIV/AIDS. Your donations are a critical in enabling us to meet this end especially now that we have more students in university than before.
You can also make a one-time donation to Tariro through JustGive, or by sending us a check at:
Tariro: Hope and Health for Zimbabwe’s Orphans
PO Box 50273
Eugene, OR, 97405
Once again, it’s a big thank you to to those of you who have been supporting us throughout the years!