First Lady’s Angel Of Hope Foundation Receives Sponsorship From India
The First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa’s charitable work through her Angel of Hope Foundation has pulled in global consideration, with the Indian government swearing to help the establishment with sewing machines.
This came out when the Indian representative to Zimbabwe Mr. Vijay Khanduja met the First Lady, Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa in Harare this Tuesday.
“We are humbled on how you are improving the lives of many especially those from underprivileged and marginalized communities through your organization so we feel that it is prudent to assist you with sewing machines. I just want to check what type of machines you want,” said the Indian ambassador.
At the heart of the Mother of the Nation is the obligation to empower women with training skills to assure self-reliance.
“It is high time that we empower women with training so that they start they are own projects to become self-sufficient and use their hands to fend for their children,”explained Amai Mnangagwa.
The First Lady has been surveying the necessities of different networks, with grade schools like Simukai in Seke and Maypack of Mazowe, the most recent to profit in the wake of accepting school regalia planned and sewn by the mother of the country.
In the interim, the Indian diplomat has further revealed that the transfer of Covid-19 vaccines promised by India is expected to arrive in Zimbabwe in about fourteen days’ time.
India and Zimbabwe share solid ties which date back to the times of the country’s liberation struggle.
In territories of business, the cutting-edge India-Africa Incubation Center in Harare’s Waterfalls suburb which offers preparation to business people from different areas is a genuine model.
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