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On the boarder of Zimbabwe and Mozambique, there are hundreds of thousands of unexploded land mines that were planted during the 70s by the Rhodesian army. As a result Zimbabwe is still “one of the most highly mine-impacted countries in the world, in terms of the density of mines”…. “There are mines within close proximity to houses, schools, clinics and access to agricultural land on the border.”
When I visited Zimbabwe in April 2019 I met dozens of land blast victims who had lost their limbs. They were requesting wheel chairs, crutches and trade training programmes so they could rebuild and live and independent life. I promised I would let our community know of their plight and do what i could to raise some funds for them on my return.
In October 2019, I return with Starlight Global who are taking a group of 34 delegates from the UK and the USA to Zimbabwe for a holiday and cultural experience.
The fund raiser is aimed at raising some funds for us to take and present too the victims as a donation of our love and our care.
If you are able to attend our entertaining musical event or buy a ticket in support, you will be contributing towards this worthy cause.
See the following video for more information