Update from Father Nicolas’ trip to Zimbabwe October 2018

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What’s happening in Zimbabwe at the moment? And how is it affecting the Tariro kids? I’m just back from visiting them all. I’ve written more below about the wonderful things the children are doing and how they are progressing. I … Continued

Tariro summer update newsletter – stories from Zimbabwe

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Dear Friends, Do you ever wonder if it is worth going on supporting Tariro? I hope not, but here are a few reasons why we value your support and would really like you to continue: In Shurugwi there are two delightful … Continued

The inaugural Tariro Youth Camp for 2018

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Dear Friends, The house in Harare run by the Tariro Youth Project (TYP) with its 17 young people has been a really great success. The boys and girls are growing up well, healed from their traumatic pasts and looking forward to a … Continued

A renewed grant

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We are delighted to share our good news that the Fellowship of St John has renewed a really generous grant they have been making to us over the past three years. The FSJ are the successors to the Society of … Continued

Pennies in a jar for Tariro

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Adlington St Paul’s School are supporting Tariro. A teacher writes: During Lent, we have decided to give up our spare pennies, which is called ‘Pennies In A Jar’. This is happening throughout school and each class has a jar for collecting … Continued