by Ropafadzo P4 26/02/18
SAVE the Children an independent organisation focused on children’s affairs, last week donated eleven desktops, three laptops and a printer to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education valued at $11 028 to improve the quality of the learning environment for children. In a speech read on her behalf Save the Children director Ms Sarah Blin said her organisation was working in partnership with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education across 10 inaccessible districts in the country. Currently, were are working in partnership with the ministry across 10 of the most hard to reach districts, these are Mbire, Rushinga, Binga, Gokwe North and South, Hwange, Matobo, Beitbridge, Muzarabani and Harare said Ms Blin. ‘l am pleased to inform you that Save the Children has been supporting the ministry across the districts to improve the quality of the learning environment for children through infrastructure development and repairs, provision of learning and teaching materials, in service training for teachers especially on literacy and numeracy.