hiv_aids.gifSimbarashe National Network, a Mhondoro-based centre for people living with HIV and Aids, is providing free tuition through distance education to vulnerable children.

 

The centre’s director, founder and HIV and Aids Activist, Richman Rangwani, said the programme is funded by World Education Programme with voluntary trained staff providing tuition.

 

Rangwani however appealed for irrigation facilities for the eight hectares of land at the centre.

 

Mhondoro-Ngezi Legislator, Cde Bright Matonga who was visiting the centre hailed the Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe for his policies that are meant to mitigate the effects of HIV and Aids.

 

Simbarashe National Network Centre has 156 vulnerable children grouped into three study levels.