Below are some of the students we have helped along the way

Below is a video of a poem Munhu students made to thank the various people who have helped them by donating both money and goods.

Munhu supports over 1200 students who would otherwise not receive an education that has the potential to change their lives for the better. Some of these students are orphans left in the care of poor relatives who cannot support themselves or their own families, let alone support their wards. Other students come from poor families

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Mthokozisi graduated in 2013 with a BA Honors Degree in Language and Communication from Lupane University. Mthokozisi sent his appreciation to Munhu by saying the following: “My dream is to develop as a communication specialist and also excel as an academic. I owe all this to your selfless deeds and your commitment to empowering the disadvantaged



Rudo is one of the most successful students sponsored by Munhu. She shows commitment and dedication to her studies and she is doing very well at school.

Daisylyn M

Daisylyn, 19 years old, comes from a poor family and is being raised by a single mother. She is in Form 6 at a local boarding school. She wrote Ordinary Level Examinations  in 2014 and passed 8 of the 9 subjects that she sat for: 1 A, 5 Bs, 2 Cs, and 1D. Munhu has been supporting Daisylyn’s education since

Elizabeth B


Elizabeth is now 15 years old and is in Form 3. She lives with her widowed mother and grandmother. Her father died when she was young. Munhu has been supporting Elizabeth’s education since 2011. Elizabeth will be sitting for Ordinary Level Examinations in 2016. She enjoys school and is one of the top 5 students in her class.

Israel M

Israel M

      Israel is now 16 years old and is in Form 3 at a local day school. His father died and he lives with his mother and 6 brothers and sisters. Israel wants to go to university to study medicine and become a doctor. He is touched by the plight of the orphans in his

Kudakwashe C

Kudakwashe is now 14 years old and is in Form 2 at a local day school. His mother died and his grandmother takes care of him and his 2 brothers. The grandmother is an unemployed widow who struggles to feed and clothe her grandchildren from subsistence farming. Kudakwashe wants to study to become a doctor. He wants

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