Friends of Amanzi Yimpilo Project

Seeds for Africa.

A humanitarian organisation based in Kent County, the United Kingdom. The grant was used to buy garden forks, shovels, picks, a wheelbarrow, various types of seeds which included tomatoes, cabbages, rape, carrots etc. Our contact at Seeds for Africa, Amanda Gerrard.

Christ's Hospital School (Horsham, West Success, England)

The school has been inviting Albert to conduct poetry workshops for some time now. Fayida AW Jailler, who is a student leader, helped in holding a charity ball for the project.

Wine to Water

Doc Hendley managed to fund the drilling of water. The drilling took place from 17 to 18 August, 2011.
Doc Hendley managed to fund the drilling of water.
Peter Osgood's charity

Peter Osgood's charity held The Ossie and Hutch Memorial Race, and among other charities, donated to UkuzalaKunye. Peter's wife Lynn! In 2008, she invited Albert Nyathi and Imbongi to entertain during The Ossie and Hutch Memorial Race Day. Peter, the King of Stamford Bridge, took photos withAlbert Nyathi in 2005 at Stanford Bridge. Albert was working with children of various race backgrounds, on poetry against racism in football. This was the launching of the Black History Month and Chelsea was playing Bolton. Peter appears with Albert in Albert's new poetry collection entitled Echoes from Zimbabwe, published byLion Press (UK)Unfortunately Peter DOD2006..

The Solar Powered Pumping System

The Austrian EmbassY provided funding for the solar powered pumping system. The installation took place on 13 and 14 November, 2011. When the water finally came out of the ground gushing during testing time, villagers, marvelled AT seeing water oozing out without anyone physically pumping..

Beneficiaries of the project

The total number of orphans so far is 54 from 4 lines that form the Simbuka village, minus one more line. From the trend shown around, each line has over 10 orphans. We can safely say that PK 4 has probably a minimum of 10 orphans, which means that the total population of orphans in Simbuka village is minimum 64. Fairly soon, all statistics will be available.


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