Over the years since 2004 we’ve had many triumphs and successes. In this second decade of contribution we continue on to strengthen the impact of our activities.
We aim to contribute towards the creation of a brighter future for children in the developing world and empower them all to reach their full potential.
To have a positive impact on the lives of children we approach our programmes holistically, hold children at the heart of everything we do and involve the community as much as we can.
Smiles .... and we are still counting 🙂
Families have been handed the tools by IMBA and are now self reliant
Kids take part in our Sports, Arts & Music activities
Children that partake in our programmes now have 3 meals a day & are going to school
Our family care programmes provide a carefully balanced setting for orphaned and abandoned children to grow up in. We do so by assisting households in the local communities with income generating activities. For those children that have been left to their own fate and have no close living relatives we have created a home-feel care solution at IMBA.
In addition to providing hands on training opportunities for participants in our community based child care programmes, our vegetable produce, meat, eggs, grinding mill service, crafts and sculpture sales have successfully earned us vital financial resources to continue operating our core programmes and activities.
Get yourself a nice piece of art or goodie Made@IMBA! Stone Art portraying esteemed values in the Shona culture of family, love, life and nature. Gorgeously knitted products in partnerhsip with Gogo-Olive. T-shirts, scarfs and handy bags coming soon! Go to shop >>
Our sports, arts and music (SAM) programme at IMBA has come a long way since those first day and is now Chitungwiza famous. Hundreds of kids enthusiastically attend weekly and voluntary coaches dedicate entire afternoons to imparting individual and group development skills.
Our projects seek to travel the extra miles to ensure long term settlement by handing people the tools to achieve self sustenance and enable them to care for their children in our community based family care programme. We aim to foster economic mobility for the communities supporting the children we work with.
If you feel you would like to support the work that we do through making an online donation then we would be delighted! Any donation, big or small, really does make a difference and will go directly to the work of IMBA. You will improve, enable, help, assist and empower the lives of children, youths and women!
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How to contribute
If you feel you would like to support the work that we do through making a donation then we would be delighted! Any donation, big or small, really does make a difference and will go directly to the work of IMBA. You will improve, enable, help and empower the lives of children, youths and women!
If you have surplus sporting equipment, computers, shipping containers (that we can astonishingly turn into e.g. a computer centre) or any other kind that you think could help us further develop our project, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
For everyone in the world, personal development is important and in light of this we welcome you to enlighten us on areas in your own expertise that you think may be helpful to enriching the lives of the peoples we work with. Please contact us on:
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