Author Archives: Ratidzo Trust
Say ‘PANTS’ to period poverty!
Help us say ‘PANTS’ to period poverty. We are wanting to send enough re-usable sanitary kits & period pants to cover 600 girls at 5 rural schools in Sanyati – The kits and pants last the girls 3 years and … Continue reading
4 Years Old!
Celebrating 4 years of helping to change lives! Thank you everyone who has supported our work, we would not have been able to do any of this without you.
We wanted to say a big thank you to Big Yellow Self Storage (Guildford) for giving us some free storage space. This will be a great help to the charity and allow us to not only store donations but also … Continue reading
New Year Fishes
Happy New Year everyone, this will be our final update before we head back to the UK next week. Strangely looking forward to some cold weather, although that will probably only last a few days! The last two weeks have … Continue reading
This is a blog from December 2019, due to connection problems in Zimbabwe we were unable to post it. I guess the highlight of the last month (Well for me anyway, maybe not Edline) was being asked to be guest … Continue reading
We met up with our two German volunteers in Harare, (well one was on our flight from Dubai). They have settled in well and are hard workers. Like us all the heat is a challenge, so early morning working is … Continue reading
Lean on me!
We are delighted to have linked up with Southampton Hospital Minor Injuries Unit who have kindly donated crutches, walking frames and walking sticks to our “Lean on me” campaign. A big thank you Southampton Hospital Minor Injuries Unit! Now we … Continue reading
Colony Bar Wars!
Bees entered two of our trap boxes a couple of weeks ago, just a few days apart. So it was very exciting to move them to the hives at the weekend. One colony was fairly strong with combs already being…
Laura’s days are numbered!
Cyclone Idai hit parts of Zimbabwe very badly last month, luckily we were not near the areas worst affected. Only catching the edge of things and a few days of poor weather. Others were not so lucky and many lost … Continue reading