TFYP story: Memory
Posted in Stories from Zimbabwe
1 November 2021
My name is Memory Murambadoro (above left), I am aged 19. l am the first born in a family of four, two girls and two boys and I live with my mother and my stepfather. I don’t know my real father. My stepfather refused to take care of me. I did my primary level at St Francis Nhema Primary School in Shurugwi. My mother was not able to pay my school fees on her own. I faced food challenges and she was not able to buy clothes for me. When I was in grade seven in 2015 I was taken by Tariro For Young People. Tariro paid all my fees in arrears. I passed my grade seven and I went to Daramombe High School. I did my O level and I passed thirteen subjects. Now I’m doing my A level studies (Maths, Physics and Chemistry) at Daramombe High School.
l am looking forward to studying pharmacy at University level. So far I have faced no challenges in Tariro. I am being provided with food, clothes, school fees, studying materials like a laptop and whatever a child needs in his life. I hope Tariro will keep on taking care of children. I also wish Tariro could build houses for children in a place like Shurugwi so that they could live as a family. When I finish my studies I want to help other children in Tariro for them to achieve their educational studies. I want to thank all the trustees in Tariro for the love and care. My life has changed so much!Read all News