The First Lady, Cde Auxillia Mnangagwa’s visit to the Doma community has created goodwill between the Doma people and the government.
On her second day of the tour, the First Lady visited another community of the Doma people in Mariga village.
She engaged the community at personal level and issues of domestic violence, HIV and AIDS took centre stage.
Women revealed how they suffer from emotional, verbal and physical abuse from men.
The First Lady tasted a number of dishes prepared by locals, a development that has strengthened relations between her and the marginalised Doma people.
The delicious traditional dishes saw a number of people queuing to taste the food.
The First Lady toured the only school in the community, Mariga primary school where different age groups from 3 years to 20 years are attending the early childhood development level.
What is of concern is that these students are being taught by a volunteer from the community as the school was condemned by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education due to the type of building materials a local church used to construct the school.