ZOC also pay school fees for children who otherwise could not afford them.

It’s estimated that 1.5 million children need help to access education in Zimbabwe. School fees, provision of materials, school uniforms and other basic equipment and a huge loss of qualified, experienced teachers are all major issues.

On average, primary schools cost around US$50 per term, with secondary education in cities/towns costing approximately US$100 per term ( 3 months )      UNICEF reports that fees are normally around USD $20 – $40 per term for a child of primary school age  in rural areas.

Can you please help us by committing to pay the school fees for one or more children each term?


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