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Timely donation for Samahuru High Combined Science students

by Staff reporter
03 Nov 2018 at 09:09hrs | Views
Samahuru High School in Tsholotsho District has received aid to make learning Combined Science a bit easier, paChikoro reported.

On Thursday 25 October 2018, Rising Hope Foundation and St George's College (Harare) donated learning materials with the hope that it would inspire learners to develop an interest in science. It has enabled the exam candidates  to be equipped to take their Combined Science practical exam scheduled for October 30, 2018, as well as allow the science department to be  equipped for science classes of learners.

The handover celebration was addressed by the school's Head Mr Muziwandile Dube, Rising Hope Foundation representative Mr Thulani Dube, Combined Science teachers at the school Mr Busani Karambo and Mr Tatenda Pangeti. Brian Msipa and Grace Moyo, learners at Samahuru High School, showcased a few science experiments they had prepared for the day with enthusiasm.

Grace Moyo (left) and Brian Msipa (right) showcased a few science experiments

Despite the lack of physical and educational resources, the school is run by an excellent management team and enthusiastic and passionate teachers.
"We [Rising Hope Foundation] are very proud to support this school because of its talented learners and the school's dedicated teachers and management. You deserve all the support you can get from our organisation" said Mr Thulani Dube.

Mr Thulani Dube articulated Miss Ntandose Hlabangana's vision-the Founder of Rising Hope Foundation, which is to "Raise a hope for tomorrow's future, today" through assisting in improving and producing more conducive learning environments at schools in lack of resources, providing necessary education assistance and alleviating poverty by assisting orphans, widows, women, youth and vulnerable groups acquire knowledge and skills to empower themselves in the Matabeleland Province, in Zimbabwe, but not limited to it. He said the donation is meant to help learners prepare for their exams and he stressed that when they are doing experiments they should find solutions for the exercise at hand and even after school, they should be able to come up with solutions which trouble the communities, the country and contribute towards making the world a better place. He encouraged them to study hard and work hard so they can have a better life.

Mr Muziwandile Dube Samahuru Headmaster (left) receives donation from Mr Thulani Dube of Rising Hope Foundation

Mr Muziwandile Dube, Samahuru High School Head, said as a school, 'We are grateful to Rising Hope Foundation and St George's College for this donation. It is uplifting to find people who have a passion for learners. Our school mission statements says: To develop learners spiritually, mentally, physically and socially for productive service in this world and in the world to come. "Mr M Dube challenged  learners  to work hard, pass and be productive in life.

Source - pachikoro