Zimbabweans in the diaspora are continuously heeding the call by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to come back home to invest and rebuild the nation.

The latest group is a team of Christians in America who want to build a school and a hospital.

The group, working under the banner: ‘Churches Without Walls,’ says it is more than prepared to build a school for street kids and a hospital to improve social service.

“We just need land from the government and we will fund the project and transform the lives of people living in the street,” said Mr Solomon Tembo, a representative of the group.

The group is reported to have ventured into other charitable works in North America and is ready to improve social services back home.

The response from the diaspora is a clear testimony that policies by the new government have promoted investor confidence.